This is a fun, free, art workshop for the people of Haslingden to be part of a team effort to create a huge ‘townscape’ celebrating what we love about our town and the stories of the people who live here! Come and ‘creatively connect’ with others in your local community, (…)
Community Information for Rossendale
This site provides news and information about community services, events and volunteering for people living or working in Rossendale.
In the directory of services you will find ‘not-for-profit’ organisations and services provided for the benefit of Rossendale citizens. Some of these will be small, local groups supporting a particular cause. Others will be a nearby branch of larger organisations that may have a wider presence.
You can search in a number of ways:
If your group or organisation is not yet included in our directory, or if some information needs adding or changing, please let us know. There are several ways to contact us. Just follow this link!
Here at REAL we compile a calendar of events from in and around your local area. These might by one-off events or be run on a regular basis. Type a keyword into the calendar to see what is available or browse through the calendar to see what is going on on a particular date. Alternatively, see the links to an organisations events on their directory page.
Find out what is happening in local organisations in your local area. You will find the most recent news items listed below. You can also follow us on Twitter @RealforRoss or on Facebook @realrossendale.
Does your community group or organisation have a message that they want to get out there? Do you have a service or activity that you want to promote? Perhaps you would like to spread the word about a new campaign or appeal, or maybe you are just thinking about starting up a group and want to find like-minded people to join you?
Share with us what you are planning and we will help get your message out there.
Latest News from REAL (Rossendale)
CAST secured £9,984 from the lottery community fund, made possible by the nations lottery players.
The money is for a capacity building project for the charity and will enable them to pay two part time staff to look after admin and publicity and promotions with the aim of increasing volunteers (…)