Bacup Cemetery opened in April 1862, and to date more than 40,000 interments have been carried out within the 17 acre grounds. Further expansion land is available to the south of the cemetery as and when required.
Bacup is the oldest of the Council’s cemeteries. Before the cemetery opened in (...)
Bacup Pride were formed in September 2011 by a group of like-minded volunteers with the aims of improving the appearance of the fabric of the town, discouraging Crime and Antisocial behaviour, fostering Community Spirit and to promote and celebrate the history and heritage of Bacup and Stacksteads and the wider (...)
Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary is a charity committed to caring for dogs, cats, farm animals and small pets. No animal at the sanctuary is ever put to sleep except on veterinary advice. Our aim is to find happy loving homes for many of our dogs, cats, rabbits and small animals and (...)
Burnley & District Canine Society provide ringcraft and socialisation classes every 2nd Tuesday at 7pm. Currently closed due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Civic Pride Rossendale (Gardening, Litter Picking, Rewilding and other projects) covers the Rawtenstall, Crawshawbooth, Waterfoot and Edenfield areas. We have helped create and now maintain many Community Gardens that help to brighten up the area for the local residents, but also creates an attractive setting to showcase the surrounding moorlands (...)
The East Lancashire Bat Group is dedicated to the conservation of bats in the boroughs of Blackburn with Darwen, Ribble Valley, Hyndburn, Pendle, Burnley, and Rossendale that make up Pennine Lancashire.
Our membership is open to all with an interest in bats.We aim to help to conserve bats, their (...)
The Blackburn & East Lancashire Beekeepers Association are a group of beekeepers in East Lancashire, North West England. The aim of our group is to assist and educate beekeepers, to encourage beekeeping as a hobby, and to promote natural beekeeping methods.
New beekeepers are always welcome to join us. Please (...)
Free Lane Allotments are situated in the village of Helmshore in the Rossendale Valley which is located on the edge of the Lancashire countryside.
The allotment site contains 48 plots of varying size and the plot holders form the Free Lane Community Allotment Society.
Rossendale Borough Council has from April (...)
We are a Community Group set up to help re-develop the Childrens’ Play and Park recreational areas in the local Park popularly known as “Snig Hole”. The Group represents the residents and community of the village of Helmshore in the Borough of Rossendale, Lancashire.
Snig Hole Park (officially called Helmshore (...)
Goodshaw Playground is one of 44 children’s playgrounds in the Rossendale area maintained by the council.
Toilets: No, Car Park: No, Age range: Junior, Toddlers: No
Equipment: Cradle Swing, See Saw, Tread barrel
Information kindly provided by Rossendale Borough Council – Aug 2016
To report a parks issue you can contact (...)