We are a Rawtenstall based scout group open to all boys and girls aged 6 to 14 years with links to district sections for older young people.
From archery and acting to street sports and zorbing, being a Scout gives you the chance to get stuck into loads of activities you wouldn’t normally get to do.
The Age UK Shop Rawtenstall is one of just over 450 Age UK charity shops throughout the UK, offering a wide and ever-changing range of goods at very reasonable prices. Each shop provides a gateway to the whole charity and they are recycling centres too.
At Alder Grange Community & Technical School (AGS), Sixth Form Centre (AG6) and inclusion centre (AG+) you will find an outstanding educational community dedicated to the successful development of the whole child and young person. Naturally, academic progress and attainment are extremely important to us, and you will find our results reflect (...)
All Saints RC High School is a school where the Catholic faith is taught, lived and celebrated. We will educate the whole person spiritually, morally and intellectually. We embrace Catholic values in all we do and in all our relationships. We will identify and cater for the individual student’s needs (...)
Barnardo’s transforms the lives of the most vulnerable children across the UK through the work of our services, campaigning and research expertise. We believe we can bring out the very best in every child whether the issue is child poverty, sexual exploitation, disability or domestic violence.
The Rossendale Debt Centre provides a free, home based debt counselling service for those in unmanageable debt within the BB4 and OL13 postcodes. If you feel weighed down by debt, we can help. CAP helps people regardless of their religious beliefs. Our service is not suitable for those who are (...)
Cherry Tree Lodge is a family run care home in Rawtenstall, Lancashire. Established in 1985 we have been delivering care services to the local community for over 30 years. Within our homely setting we provide our residents with a quality of life that is as normal as possible.
Community Voice Ltd is a not for profit family organisation who currently provide services to over 30,000 people nationwide. Our objective is to be of benefit to the community and in particular to provide assistance and support to older, disabled or vulnerable people requiring assistance and support to remain safely (...)
Cribden House School offers a fresh start to primary aged children who need intensive support in order to experience success in their learning and we celebrate every small step towards achievement. We are proud of our achievements and the whole school team are determined to continue on the journey to (...)
David Gould Opticians have two optical practices in the Rossendale Valley, located on Bank Street Rawtenstall, and Deardengate Haslingden.
Founded by David & Diane Gould (both qualified contact lens opticians) in 2003, David Gould Opticians, work with experienced, qualified independent optometrists using some of the latest examination equipment to provide (...)
An NHS GP Practice based in Rawtenstall, Padiham and Nelson all of which are located in the Rossendale valley, Burnley and Pendle localities and operates within the East Lancashire CCG boundaries. The General Practitioners have the patients’ needs at the heart of everything we do,
The First Choice Credit Union Rawtenstall Service Point is one of a number of satellite offices available throughout our common bond area where you can deposit money in to your savings account or to make repayments for your loan. You can also become a member at one of our (...)
“Heightside House is registered to provide nursing care for up to 78 people who have mental health care needs. The home comprises three separate units; The House, The Mews and Close Care. Each unit has private and communal accommodation. There is ample car parking within the extensive grounds and access (...)
Home-Start Rossendale, Burnley & Hyndburn offers a unique service. It is a voluntary organisation offering friendship and support to local families with a child up to the age of 13. The families we help have at least one child under 5. This unique service is provided by volunteers, who have been (...)
Ilex View Medical practice was formerly known as Dr Bachh and Partners and has been based in Rawtenstall for over 30 years. We provide General Medical Services to over 7300 patients in the Rossendale Valley.
We are based in the purpose built Rossendale Primary Health Care Centre on the 1st (...)
Inspire East Lancashire offers a range of treatment options and advice for people with substance misuse issues for both drug and alcohol. Inspire East Lancashire offers a range of support groups, 1-2-1 and activities, please telephone for more details and for more information.
The Kay Street Baptist Church is at the heart of the Rossendale Valley and we welcome people of all ages. Our purpose at Kay Street is to Make Christ Known and we have 5 key aims through which we seek to achieve this:
Kay Street Baptist FC is affiliated with Kay Street Baptist Church. They currently have two teams; Kay Street Baptist who compete in the Division Two of the South Manchester & Cheshire Christian Football League and Kay Street Baptist United who compete in Division Four of that league. Training is on (...)
We are a social craft group that meets every Wednesday afternoon at Mr Fitzpatricks Temperance Bar in Rawtenstall. Mainly knitting and crocheting over a nice drink, we support charity groups and make rainbow hats for Babies at the Royal Oldham Hospital.
The Lancashire Family History & Heraldry Society can help you research your Lancashire ancestors.
In 1973 the Lancashire Family History and Heraldry Society was founded as the Rossendale Society for Genealogy and Heraldry, with meetings at Bury and Rawtenstall. When the Society adopted its present title on 1 January 1985, (...)
Longholme Methodist Church is a community of people of all ages who seek to respond to God’s love by sharing the good news of Jesus. We believe we should worship God, care for one another, and our neighbours and help each other to grow in faith.
The M3 Project is a Registered Charity (1154113) that offers a variety of accommodation services and housing advice to homeless and vulnerable young people and families aged 16 to 21. The Charity is based in Rossendale but works with young people across East Lancashire. (Excluding Blackburn with Darwen)
Set amidst the panoramic views of the rossendale countryside, Marl Pits Leisure Centre offers sport and fitness activities for all the family. It has recently had a 2.5million pound investment to (...)
Mind Charity Shop – Rawtenstall, is one of many shops that raise funds for Mind. Mind is a charity, and we couldn’t carry on our work without the support of everyone who donates, fundraises, campaigns or becomes a member. We’re very grateful.
A minor injuries service treats less serious injuries as an alternative to Accident and Emergency. This is a nurse led service able to treat minor injuries, such as lacerations and fractures. Service is located at the Health Centre in Rawtenstall and is open 7 days a week, 8.00am & 8.00pm.
Paul Nuttall Optometrists provide quality and professional eye care services. We offer domiciliary home visits for patients who are unable to attend the practices unaccompanied, please contact either practice for details. All our staff are experienced and highly trained to help you from the eye examination, help choosing a frame (...)
Positive Start is a voluntary youth organisation in Rossendale. We work with youth workers and interested adults to support and assist young persons, particularly from disadvantaged and Black Minority Ethnic (BME) groups, as they strive to achieve and develop their full potential in education, leisure, recreation, health and role within (...)
RAF Air Cadets has something for everyone. 13 – 17 years of age. It gives young people the chance to take part in a huge range of exciting and challenging activities supervised by members of our experienced adult volunteer staff.
If you’re a fan of aviation, action and adventure, (...)
Rawtenstall Chess Club is the only chess club in Rossendale. The Club offers people the opportunity to come and play either competitive chess or just friendly games of chess. The Club caters for all grades of players from new players to players representing Lancashire.
Rawtenstall Library is one of four libraries in Rossendale. Lancashire County Council provide library services from branches and mobile libraries. Making a difference through accessible reading, learning and information. Joining the library is free and you can join at any age.
Rossendale and Darwen Conservative Association is the voluntary body which runs the Conservative party in the constituency of Rossendale and Darwen. The Association is made up of volunteers who give their time to run elections, support the elected members, and run the local branches that make up the Association. The (...)
Rossendale Civic Trust Started in 2001 when Rawtenstall Civic Society merged with the older Haslingden Civic Trust.
Both were founded, like all civic societies, to promote good architecture and town planning of all periods across the area. we endeavour to look to the future without sacrificing our heritage. Introducing progressive (...)
Rossendale Dental Health Centre is an established practice who have served the local community since opening in 2002. Our practice is fully computerised, with fully equipped surgeries and a modern comfortable reception and waiting area.
Our clinical team consists of highly experienced and qualified practitioners, some of whom are specialists (...)
The Rossendale Valley has played an important role in the industrial revolution. From it’s rural forest environment it developed into an industrial force known throughout the world. With stone from its quarries being used in Trafalgar Square, the woollen industry and cotton industry exporting all over the world the (...)
Athletes of all standards are welcome to join our sessions as training is split into various groups relating to age and/or ability. We are a club which competes against other clubs in most of the running and Track and Field disciplines and as such encourage and offer advice to our (...)
Rossendale Hospice was founded in 1988 by and for the people of Rossendale. The Hospice is a registered charity based in the Health Hub on Bacup Road in Rawtenstall, Lancashire. It was formed to provide palliative care for people diagnosed with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.
Rossendale Rays provide sports activities and water based activities for disabled/special needs people of any age and their families to benefit their health and well being. The club hosts an average of 40-50 members along with parents and siblings at each weekly session.
Founded in 1969, Rossendale RUFC has gone from strength to strength. In its early days, games were played on farmland high above Rawtenstall where changing facilities were nonexistent and training venues impossible to find. Standards of rugby were difficult to improve as better and more well-established clubs were reluctant to (...)
Rossendale Special Ski Club (Rosski) is open to any young person in East Lancashire and neighbouring counties with a Learning Disability who either wants to learn to ski or who can ski. We are based at the dry ski slope at Ski Rossendale. We are a very friendly welcoming club (...)
Rossendale Triathlon Club are a friendly and welcoming club with a competitive edge, and of course, home to the great Rossendale Triathlon. Rossendale Triathlon Club was created in 2010 following the success of the Rossendale Triathlon which began in 2005.
Among us you will find Triathletes of all descriptions and abilities (...)
Rossendale Valley Riding Club is a very popular friendly show set in the heart of Rawtenstall, Lancashire. Surrounded by beautiful views, the showground provides the perfect setting for a fun day of showing your horses and ponies.
We offer a great place for both horse and human to show off (...)
Ski Rossendale provides skiing and snowboarding lessons and recreational skiing and snowboarding. We also offer for parties/groups wishing to do the above. They can also engage in a ‘no skill’ activity known as tubing (sledging). As a Social Enterprise we are committed to providing an affordable sporting facility for the (...)
Our aim at Spex Opticians is simple – to give our customers a top quality optical service combined with the best eyeware deals available anywhere in the country. We have modern well-equipped stores, throughout the Lancashire area.
At St James-the-Less RC Primary School we believe that all children thrive in an environment in which they are happy, challenged and secure. Secure in the knowledge they are safe and cared for. Challenged to achieve their best, and happy in the knowledge they are each appreciated for their individuality (...)
At St Mary’s CE Primary School Rawtenstall we aim to provide a happy, secure and supportive learning environment where all the children can develop independence and work hard to make the most of their talents.
We believe a close working relationship between home and school is vital to support each (...)
St Paul’s Constable Lee CE Primary School is a very special place.
We are a friendly, welcoming school with a strong ethos based around our role in the local and global communities. We aim to provide a strong foundation for every child’s future, equipping them with the life skills needed (...)
St Mary’s Church is an Evangelical Anglican church (CofE) in the northeastern part of the Diocese of Manchester. We seek to follow Jesus by learning His ways and by sharing his love with the people of Rawtenstall in the lovely valley of Rossendale, Lancashire.
The Whitaker (previously Rossendale Museum & Art Gallery) is set in a beautiful park at the centre of the Rossendale Valley, Lancashire, UK. The museum displays include interesting local history, painting, and Victorian natural history collections. There is also a very active contemporary art gallery with changing exhibitions.
Wonderful Things is a project run at St Mary’s CE Primary School in Rawtenstall. In July 2013 the school was delighted to be awarded a grant of almost £10,000 by the Big Lottery, in order to run a pilot project. The funding was used to provide an unusual selection of (...)
Youth Zone work with young people aged 12-19 across Lancashire.
We are part of the Wellbeing, Prevention and Early Help Service which enables children and families to access appropriate support as early as possible, to help them maintain their quality of life, prevent any problems getting worse and reduce the (...)