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Listen, Do You Want To Know A Secret? Rossendale Is Fab!

The Rossendale Valley can’t be summed up in a word, but it is beautiful, exhilarating, friendly, challenging, rewarding, peaceful and home of Lee Quarry,the World Gravy Wresting and Black Pudding Throwing Championships and the Rossendale 60’s Festival. Check us out … Continue reading

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Cotton Shed Appeals For Mature Members

The Cotton Shed Theatre Company is a registered charity, taking its inspiration from the renowned London theatre group ‘Chicken shed’, and has as its overriding aim for both audience and theatre member to enjoy, be moved and inspired by a … Continue reading

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The Rossendale Valley Gets A Tourism Boost

  As a result of discussions between The Promoting Rossendale Partnership’s Tourism Communications Group and Marketing Lancashire, the Rossendale Valley  has now been launched on the Visit Lancashire web site. Having a presence on the Visit Lancashire web site will … Continue reading

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Rossendale – The Valley That Keeps On Giving

The Rossendale Valley is a collection of distinct towns and villages, all with communities that have unique characteristics, heritage, history, and traditions. As a consequence, the Valley is able to offer an exceptional range of quality events and activities, reflecting … Continue reading

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Rossendale – Events in abundance

The Image above reflects the typical views from a survey of carried out in Bacup They say that variety is the spice of life, and Rossendale has it in abundance. Not only does the Valley have an amazing heritage, it … Continue reading

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Do You Know That Rossendale has……..

Possibly the greatest range of sporting facilities anywhere in the UK. The Valley offers you Walking Trails, Cycling Trails, a Dry Ski Slope,  Water Skiing and Sailing,  Sports Centres,  4×4 Off Road Motor Cross, Paragliding, Horse Riding and Golf, and to make your … Continue reading

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Discover Internationally Renowned works of art on the Irwell Sculpture Trail

Winding its way from Bacup to Salford Quays, Irwell Sculpture Trail features over 70 artworks by locally, nationally and internationally renowned artists. Extending over 33 miles through Salford, Bury and Rossendale, the trail is the largest sculpture route in the … Continue reading

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Rossendale is like the Lake District, but with an Industrial Heritage

10 miles from Manchester, and right on the motorway network, Rossendale offers to those who visit beautiful countryside, hill farms, numerous accessible reservoirs and quaint villages to explore. Many of the main towns of the Rossendale Valley were built on … Continue reading

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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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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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