Sometimes it feels like rarely a day goes by in Ramsbottom without a new bar, restaurant or coffee shop opening, this month is no different. Nestled between Pizza Nova and Woodholme Supplies, opposite St Paul’s Church you’ll find The Ram in the old Ramsbottom Flooring premises. If I recall correctly, Ramsbottom Flooring struggled to get back on their feet after the boxing day floods (comments below if I’m wrong).[Read more…] about New Cafe/Bar The Ram opens in Ramsbottom
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.
If you weren’t already aware (if you’re a parent you’ll know) March 7th is World Book Day.
You’ll no doubt see many local children dressed up in various characters on their way into school (I know ours will be).
So what’s going on in Ramsbottom? Well, there’s story time at Ramsbottom Library:[Read more…] about World Book Day 2019 in Ramsbottom
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:
Today, Ramsbottom was back on the radio again (I’ve mentioned this before on the podcast).
This time, we were visited by BBC Radio 1 presenter Jordan North. “Butt” why were they visiting Ramsbottom of all towns on a Thursday morning? Well, it’s because we have BOTTOM in our name.[Read more…] about BBC Radio 1 visited Ramsbottom to collect your jokes