Bacup Credit Union is a community savings and loans co-operative, where members pool their savings and responsibly lend to one another. You can save as little as you want each week or month (up to a maximum of £15,000) and borrow responsibly. They offer savings and great value loans plus (...)
The objective of Freehold Cottage is to provide a pleasant and secure home for six people with a mental illness, perhaps exacerbated by a drug related problem, who will benefit from an environment which ensures privacy, dignity, independence, choice, rights and fulfilment.
The ladies of Hallfold United Reformed Church meet regularly throughout the year. We enjoy meals, guest speakers, outings and the good company of each other. Our Tuesday ‘exercise to music’ sessions have proved popular.
All ladies are invited to join us in the church hall at 8pm for an hour of (...)
Healey House is run by Healey Care Ltd, a well-established, privately owned company providing a comprehensive range of support services for adults who have learning disabilities and may have behaviours which are a challenge to services.
Holt Mill House is situated in Whitworth, within easy reach of the local facilities and public transport. The home is registered for three people and is adjacent to out Day Service building at Holt Mill.
Millgate House is part of an organisation that is a registered charity, overseen by a trustee management committee. It is a care home without nursing care that can look after up to eight young adults with learning and physical disabilities. It is also registered to provide personal care to younger people (...)
The objective of the Charity is to promote the education (including social and physical traming) of persons who are resident in, or who attend, or have immediately preceding the grant of any benefits, attended any school in the area of the Ancient Parish of Rochdale. The charity (...)
Our major project promises some transformational impacts for communities in the Whitworth area of Rossendale. Spodden Valley Revealed is exploring the long timeline of human settlement there, through an engagement programme involving local people of all ages, and a range of exciting artist commissions.
St Bartholomew’s CE Primary School is set in beautiful surroundings with views across Whitworth and the hills. Above the roofs and treetops we can see the tower of St Bartholomew’s church, with which we have very close links. You are encouraged to visit our school to see for yourself the (...)
Sunnyside is an eight-bed, single storey building. Over 30 years, it has earned itself an excellent reputation. The environment at Sunnyside is welcoming and friendly, helping you feel ‘at home’ rather than ‘in a home’.
University of the Third Age – U3A Whitworth and district is part of the University of the Third Age (U3A) movement which is a unique and exciting organisation which provides, through its U3As, life-enhancing and life-changing opportunities. Retired and semi-retired people come together and learn together, not for qualifications but (...)
We are a really friendly group of people here at Whitworth Scout Group and we try to ensure that we cover a wide range of activities that both our Young Members and also our Adult Volunteers will enjoy taking part in.
Scouting exists to actively engage and support young people in (...)
Whitworth Cemetery was opened for burials in 1879. The site caters for Catholic, Church of England and Non Conformist burials. It also has a refurbished chapel for hire which can seat around 48 people.
The dedicated garden of remembrance offers an alternative site for the burial of cremated remains in addition (...)
Our vision statement for Whitworth Community High School is simple: to become an outstanding school. Our focus for 2015-2016 continues to be ‘Climbing Higher’ which reflects our commitment to continue to raise aspirations, raise achievement and thus raise results.
Following on from our successful Ofsted inspection and improved GCSE examination success, (...)
Whitworth Historical Society is located at the Whitworth Heritage Museum on North Street, Whitworth, in the Borough of Rossendale. The museum is open to the public from 2 to 4pm on Saturdays, and 7.30 to 9.30pm on Tuesdays, and at other times by prior arrangement.
Whitworth Library is one of a number of libraries provided by Lancashire County Council.
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.
Whitworth Medical Centre is a friendly NHS health centre situated in the beautiful Whitworth valley. We can be found on Market Street, across the road from A J Nuttall’s Pharmacy and next-door to the Co-op. We cater for individuals and families living anywhere along the Whitworth valley from Stacksteads to (...)
Whitworth Methodist Church is a Church serving the local community offering community activities including a Thursday morning coffee drop-in, a once-monthly healing service, a once-monthly prayer breakfast, and other activities. Please get in touch for more details.
Whitworth Sports Council is here to help Sporting Clubs achieve their goal, If you are setting up a club or if your club needs Advice, help with training, club mark acreditation or mabe funds, please get in touch we will be able to help.
Whitworth Town Council was formed in 1974 following the reorganisation of local government in England. Prior to this date, Whitworth Urban District Council was the administrative body in the Valley, but was abolished following the reorganisation.
In Whitworth, local government services are provided by three local authorities – Whitworth Town (...)