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.
In the mid 1800’s many businesses were investing in the latest trend to appear, railways.
Each business had their own interests and lines to create and connect, mainly to help their already existing businesses such as the various Mills around towns such as Ramsbottom and Rawtenstall.
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.
The votes have been counted and verified for the 2015 General and Local Elections and the winners are:
Local Election Councillor:
Roy Hodkinson and David Nuttall retained their places in Ramsbottom and Bury North respectively.
It was a very close race between James Frith and David Nuttall. With which David Nuttall came out the victor.
I hope that all of the issues people have highlighted with Ramsbottom and Bury North are taken notice or, regardless of which party they were originally directed at.
We’re lucky in Ramsbottom but we’re not without our own issues, parking for example is one that is mentioned often. I know Labour candidates were looking into the parking issues, I just hope this continues.
This is Rammy caught up with Melanie Southworth on Saturday May the 2nd 2015, one week after the massive earthquake in Nepal claiming the lives of over 7000 people.