Recently I was in conversation with Rowan Ardill at one of his Hump Day Coffee Club days (if you’ve not heard of this before, there’s some information coming up). Rowan asked had I saw the development works ongoing at the Petrol Station on Ramsbottom Lane, I hadn’t as I’d not been up there recently. This chat started the thoughts with regards to the independence of Ramsbottom and whether or not the introduction of a Starbucks locally is a threat to it.
Tre Ciccio has opened in Ramsbottom, in this episode of This is Rammy I talk about my experience on the pre-opening night event.
On Thursday the 28th of February Radio 1 visited Ramsbottom:
On Thursday the 21st of February there was a public meeting which was arranged by James Frith to discuss issues with a representative from the old Mondi Papermill site and a representative from the banks to discuss their positions in Ramsbottom.
What actually happened was there were no representatives from either banks or from the old papermill site, which I make my opinion of on this episode of the podcast.
From memory I pull out what I felt were the key points from the meeting, I’d love to know what you thought if you attended or if you didn’t, what you thought of the outcome from the points in this podcast episode.
It’s inevitable when living in a place such as Ramsbottom for it to feature in many mainstream forms of media. You know the sort, Newspapers, TV and of course Radio. Find out exactly where the reference was this time on this week’s podcast.
Bury Venues are looking to start a FREE keep fit class at Ramsbottom Civic Hall and are looking for instructors. The instructor will be paid for their time.
These classes will be every Tuesday evening, 7pm until 7.45pm at no cost to those attending.
If you’re interested or know of anyone that might be please let them know. firstname.lastname@example.org 0161 253 5513
Snow, you’ve all had it, hope your week hasn’t been too bad with it.
James Frith and Rishi Shori are meeting with the owner of the Mondi Paper Mill Site and representatives from the banks.
Local girl Emma Greenwood is now the Youth MP for Bury.
A huge congratulations to @emma_ymp who is Bury’s new elected Member of UK Parliament! Thanks to @NumairKhalidMYP our former MYP from 2017 and @BethMortenson our DMYP may we congratulate the new crew!🥳🎉🎉@UKYP @bycLIVE #YouthVoice https://t.co/so6GOZmkKa
— Bury Youth Voice (@BuryUKYP) February 1, 2019
Paul Jenkins performs his fantastic poem for Ramsbottom United.