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|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Postcode district||BB1, BB2|
Use of land
Located within the ward are areas of mixed housing, industrial units and open land, including Blackburn Cemetery.
The Little Harwood Clock Tower was unveiled in 1923 and the hourly chime can still be heard in memory of the local lads that fell during the two World Wars. Its gardens are maintained regularly by council gardeners and provide a quiet alternative to the busy Whalley Old Road.
There are two state-funded schools located in the ward of Little Harwood: St Stephen's CE Primary School and Tauheedul Islam Boys' High School. St Stephen's was formed 2010 when an infants and junior school combined on one site on Robinson Street at a multi-coloured rectangular building costing around £7million. Tauheedul Islam Boys' High School is a free school which opened in 2012. There are also two independent schools within the ward of Little Harwood; Madressa-e-Islamia Educational Centre and Jamiatul-llm Wal Huda UK School.