Monthly Archives: June 2014

Spending 48 hours in Rossendale – what would you suggest?

To promote the Rossendale Valley effectively to prospective visitors, it has to be right to draw on the local knowledge of the Rossendale community to provide ideas and recommendations for how they would spend 48 hours of quality time in … Continue reading

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Tiffin In The Dell – A Victorian Treat

The history and heritage of Healey Dell┬ámeans so much to the people of Rochdale, Rossendale and beyond that the trustees could not see this beautiful old building become another empty shell. They had a vision for the old ‘visitor centre’, … Continue reading

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Stubbylee Park – A Bacup Beauty

Stubbylee and Moorlands Park is set in beautiful countryside just outside Bacup Town Centre. It is a haven of peace and beauty, but with surprising sights around each corner.     The Park has many recreational areas including a football … Continue reading

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