The truth is, if you've clicked onto this website, you already know
something about Hoyland's most recognised landmark - Lowe Stand.
If not, then feel free to click on the History section of this site, and delve into the history and facts of the stand.
The Friends of Hoyland Lowe Stand are committed to promote further awareness of the landmark and raise funds, which hopefully
in turn, can be used to protect it's future and also start on a long journey of perhaps one day, restoring Hoyland's pride...
- To increase awareness of the landmark - locally & nationally.
- To protect the landmark from a sale that wouldn't benefit the Stand.
- To protect the landmark from decay and potential collapse.
- To work with Barnsley MBC to ensure the interests of the Stand always come first if any adjacent land to it is sold
- And Finally....To one day hopefully restore it...
Lowe Stand, Hoyland, Barnsley >>>>
Built around 1750 for the Marquis of Rockingham - for the probable use as a hunting lodge.
|Click to see larger image....
|What The Stand May Look Like Once Complete
Picture above is a CAD view of how the restored stand could look - see other photos from this set on the Gallery
Hoyland Christmas Fayre!
Saturday 7th December, 2013
9am - 6pm.
> Visit Santa in the
> Live Jazz Band.
> Christmas Tree Light Up.
> Brass Band.
> Funfair Rides For
A real local effort - all for The Hoyland Lowe Stand Trust.
To BMBC, The Lift Centre, Beggar & Gentleman and Perrins Bar for their support).
Wish to be a Volunteer for The Lowe Stand Trust?
Then why not!
If you can spare the occaisional afternoon at a local event, or would like to become involved further, please don't
hesitate to contact us.
It doesn't matter if it's only a couple of hours a month, the more help, the better!
Don't be afraid to contact us - we're all local, friendly people!