Promote the Valley, Benefit your Business


The Promoting Rossendale Partnership Group is a team of volunteers who are passionate about Rossendale and via the Tourism Communications sub group, are working to promote the many unique aspects of our undiscovered valley. A major review of the group’s action plan has recently been carried out, and all agree that the team’s priority is to attract visitors to the Valley.

Although the main tool at the team’s disposal is the Visit Rossendale web site, which provides the opportunity to inform prospective visitors of what Rossendale has to offer, the Must Visit Rossendale blog, highlights all things unique in the valley, of which there are many.

A web site or blog is only as good as the information it holds and the number of potential visitors it reaches. To that end, we have members of the team who have the skills to constantly update and develop the site and the blog. To achieve the second goal of reaching as many potential visitors as possible, we are calling on businesses, organisations and individuals within the valley to allow us to have a presence on their web site. The group feels that creating a link from your site to the ‘must visit Rossendale’ blog will significantly increase it’s exposure, and ultimately get the message out to more potential visitors.

Promoting Rossendale can only benefit business and the community as a whole, so your support for this initiative may well benefit you. It’s as simple as creating a link on your website to

About Rossendale 60's Festival

The Rossendale 60's Festival is Rossendale Valley wide and includes events in Rawtenstall, Bacup, Haslingden and Whitworth. The Festival’s main aim is to attract and expose visitors to the beauty, heritage and culture of Rossendale. What better way than to create a Festival with a theme that young and old can relate to
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