On 29th March we will be taking a day trip to the beautiful and historic town of Ramsbottom a quaint conservation village
Ramsbottom is situated by a tract of fabulous open country and is considered a very desirable dwelling place for professionals who commute to the surrounding towns of: Bury, Bolton, Rochdale , Blackburn.
The town of Ramsbottom was formerly an old mill town there are still many relics of its industrial heritage that remain there today and there is still an old paper mill in operation.
The rolling countryside that surrounds Ramsbottom has lakes, hills and woods; distant Winter Hill rises to 456 feet meaning that this is an ideal for water pursuits, walking, climbing, observing nature.
There are also a number of bridle ways for horse riding.
Those that visit the town can also enjoy a picturesque trip on the East Lancashire Heritage Line running between Ramsbottom and Bury; the broad open countryside views are staggering.
The town of Ramsbottom has a great choice shops and trendy boutiques along with up-market restaurants, cafe’s and stylish bars
Ramsbottom folk are friendly and the town’s atmosphere is relaxed.
Nearby and quickly accessible on the railway is the beautiful Jumbles Reservoir Country Park, also nearby is Gelderwood Country Park and the famous Darwen Tower
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