Monthly Archives: April 2014

Open House at The Whitaker Acoustic Night

MAY BALLS aside, there can only be one event you need to add to the page marked Wednesday the 7th in your busy social diary- Acoustic Night – bring an instrument and take the mic or just come along for … Continue reading

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Accommodation as unique as the Valley

  Rossendale offers some of the best award winning accommodation in the uk, with properties as varied and unique as the valley itself, and to suit every budget. Whether you are visiting the Rossendale Valley for an event, on a … Continue reading

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Why is Rossendale Unique?

Rossendale  is a district with borough status in Lancashire, England, holding a number of small former mill towns centred on the valley of the River Irwell in the industrial North West. Rossendale combines modest size urban development with rural villages and is immediately south of the more populated town of Burnley, east of Blackburn and … Continue reading

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Rossobus – your key to discovering Rossendale

  Rossobus, Rossendale’s own transport facility, provides a range of Rover tickets to accommodate all travel requirements. For individual travellers, a 1 day adult Rover ticket priced at £4.70 and for Families and groups, a Group 1 day Rover Ticket Priced … Continue reading

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Rossendale – The Undiscovered Valley

  Rossendale is so unique that it doesn’t even appear on conventional maps. As you can see above, Rossendale is made up of many towns and villages, each having it own unique character. This Valley leaves visitors stunned by its … Continue reading

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Only In Rossendale – The World Gravy Wrestling Championships

Rossendale is the Valley of unique events and world class sports facilities. The following video is just a taster (pardon the pun) of what it has to offer. This year’s Championships will be held at the Rose n Bowl in … Continue reading

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Jane Horrocks – who is she?

Jane Horrocks was eighteen when she left the small Lancashire town of Rawtenstall to work as an actress in London. Now an unassuming northern backwater, Rawtenstall once lay at the very heart of the British textile industry, a thriving cog … Continue reading

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