Lolworth is a small village of approximately 60 houses and two farms situated south of the A14. Access to the village is limited since Robins Lane, leading from the A14, is a no through road – see google maps.
Although small in size, the village is a vibrant community where volunteers freely give of their time and activities are supported throughout the year.
Robinson Hall, the old Village School, was donated to the village in 1960 and is situated on the village green. It underwent major restoration in 2008 and is available for hire. There is no public house but the Village Club meet every Friday evening when a bar is available.
There is an Anglican church, All Saints Church, which dates from the 13th century. Services are held every Sunday and visitors are welcome.
The BT telephone box was purchased by the Parish in 2010 and has been renovated. It was opened by District Councillor Sue Ellington as a book lending venue at the village show on July 30th 2011. Jo Archer co-ordinates the library.
The village green boasts a multi-play unit for young children and goalposts for older ones.
Next to the green is a hardened area with basketball posts where ball games can be played, a trim trail, outdoor table tennis table and a wild flower meadow – the site of redundant allotments. These, and those in current use, are under the aegis of the TownAcre Charity. Close by is a seat purchased in memory of Tim Lavey, a former Chairman of the Parish Meeting.
Most children attend Swavesey Primary School or Swavesey Village College.