Published on November 3, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Published on November 3, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Published on October 13, 2021 at 2:55 pm
Rossendale Council are celebrating after Stubbylee Park in Bacup has been awarded a prestigious Green Flag.
The award is the international quality mark for parks and green spaces and this year marks the schemes Silver Jubilee.
After 18 months that have seen parks and green spaces play a vital role for people through lockdowns as a place to relax, exercise and meet friends and family safely, the news that Stubbylee has achieved the Green Flag Award is testament to the hard work and dedication of the council team and volunteers that have made the park a great space that everyone can enjoy.
Published on October 1, 2021 at 10:19 am
AN HISTORIC community building is the first to receive a grant from the Bacup High Street Heritage Action Zone (HAZ).
In 2020 Rossendale Council was successful in securing £1.08 million from Historic England for a four-year project to repurpose old buildings and underused floor space.
The ABD Centre in Burnley Road was built as a Liberal Club in 1892 and the building and furniture cost £5,000 – £2,000 of which was provided by John Henry Maden – one of the town’s benefactors and a former JP, a Liberal Councillor, County Councillor, Mayor of Bacup and MP for Rossendale.
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Published on September 16, 2021 at 11:07 am
Areas within the new South Pennines Park are singing from the same hymn sheet – as stencilled lyrics have started to appear to visitor hot spots.
So far, the blue ‘graffiti’ featuring the final verse of the song ‘Chimneys, Moors and Me’ by folk due O’Hooley and Tidow has appeared outside the Kala Sangam Arts Centre in Bradford, Sunnyhurst Woods in Darwen, Bacup town centre in Rossendale and Towneley Park in Burnley – all areas within the new South Pennines Park.
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Published on September 10, 2020 at 8:04 am
An ambitious plan to secure a vibrant sustainable future for Bacup town centre is being submitted for millions of pounds of government regeneration funding.
Already businesses, residents and visitors have witnessed a rebirth in the town thanks to works carried out with Townscape Heritage Initiative money which was secured by Rossendale Borough Council (RBC).
Published on March 4, 2020 at 4:36 pm
The leader of Rossendale Council has welcomed progress on Bacup’s multi-million pound bid to improve the town centre.
At tonight’s Cabinet, councillors will receive a report outlining progress on the bid and some very initial concept ideas for the town.
Bacup is in the running for Future High Streets funding and council officers are working closely with councillors, community groups, residents and businesses to put together a credible bid to government.
Published on February 3, 2020 at 10:50 am
The Council has received an application to establish a neighbourhood forum for Bacup and Stacksteads.
Prior to formalising this, we are required to both publicise the request and invite comments about whether this group should be able to prepare the neighbourhood plan and if the boundary being proposed for the neighbourhood area is correct.
Published on January 29, 2020 at 9:12 am
A new breakfast club and drop in has been launched to engage and assist residents from the Bacup area to make a difference to their lives.
The Brew and Breakfast Club, based at Trinity Baptist Church on Market Street, Bacup, will be open every Thursday from 10-noon.
It is being organised by Rossendale Works and Rossendale Futures, employability projects set up by Rossendale Council and Active Lancashire and the Department of Work of Pensions
At the first meeting, partner agencies led round table discussions to consider local issues and ways the new club could try to tackle them.
Published on December 16, 2019 at 2:39 pm
Hundreds of people are supportive of ambitious plans to transform Bacup.
The Council launched the consultation to get views of residents and businesses on the Bacup 2040 vision last month as part its bid to the Future High Street fund.
In August, Rosendale Council welcomed news that Bacup has been included in an expanded list of towns that have progressed in a bid to benefit from the fund.
Published on November 19, 2019 at 9:43 am
Rossendale is set to glitter this Christmas as festive lights turn on across the borough.
Fun performances, parades and tasty food will entertain the crowds before the lights turn on to mark the official start of Christmas.
Whitworth is first to light up on Sunday, November 24th at the Civic Hall at 6pm.