No interview this week, so I’ve put together a collection of events and news from our town for your listening pleasure.
This week on This is Rammy, I chatted with with Charlotte, owner and resident of The Grant Arms Hotel.
The Grant is one of the most noticeable buildings in Ramsbottom. Originally called “Top Oth Brow”, once a private house, it was then bought by the Grant family who renamed it to Grant Lodge.
In 1828 the house became a hotel, even undergoing a facelift in 1852 where a clock was added to the front of the building and adorned with that date.
This week on This is Rammy, I spoke to Maggie Gold who is the new owner of The Oaks on Bridge Street.
This week we’re joined by Stephen Lawton who with over 14 years working on the Railway has more then enough experience to be the Station Master at Ramsbottom train station.
After the slightly different release schedule for Episode 10 of This is Rammy, we’re back to our regular schedule, every Sunday at 10am.
This weeks episode of This is Rammy, I speak to Gwenda Newton of Friends of Nuttall Park again to ask her what they have going on in May in the biggest park in Ramsbottom.