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RAMSBOTTOM

 

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THIS WEBSITE WILL BE INACTIVE FROM OCTOBER 31st 2014

FURTHER ENQUIRIES SHOULD SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE OWNER

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An unspoiled Victorian mill town nestled in the West Pennine Moors.  We have a host of interesting Shops and Restaurants, some gaining national recognition.   There is a Heritage Society and a trail to follow the History of the area - Rambles take place regularly.  The more energetic may wish to walk up to Holcombe Village and Peel Tower on Holcombe Hill.  The town is close to the M66 and can be readily accessed by motor car, bus or East Lancashire Railway.

Regular Events take place in the town - Take a look for that special day out.

If you are a resident of Ramsbottom, you will find this site useful for finding out about local Organisations, Amenities and Recreation

At RAMSBOTTOM.NET we also provide dedicated pages (Sub-websites) for local community minded groups such as FORCH (Friends Of Ramsbottom Civic Hall) that need the support of community minded people.

 If you once lived in Ramsbottom and wish to find long lost friends, why not ask Where Are You ?

COMING EVENTS

Also See EVENTS page

 

PIE FESTIVAL

St Paul' Church, Bridge Street

Sunday 19th October 2014

 

AUTUMN FAIR

St Paul' Church, Bridge Street

Saturday 25th October 2014 - 10.30 am

See EVENTS page form details

 

Updated 12th September 2014

 

 

The Grant Arms Hotel

 

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HAWKSHAW & DISTRICT FLOWER CLUB

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LANCASHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST

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SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF RAMSBOTTOM

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It is said that the name Ramsbottom is derived from the expression " The bottom of the valley where the wild garlic (Ramson) grows ".  Now listen to the song that says it all.

 

THE RAMMY SONG

Written, performed and copyrighted by

Dante's Legacy

Following a broadcast on Radio Lancashire's Ted Robbins Show, the group have now released a CD with a collection of the best songs from their 15 years together, including  'The Rammy Song'.

Contact: garethleach@ntlworld.com

 

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