Ramsbottoms high street is dying and we’re all doomed….. no, no it isn’t says This is Rammy readers.
I wrote an article a few days ago with the ultimate aim of asking This is Rammy readers, do you think that the High Street is dying in Ramsbottom, with a massive 70% of the voters voting a resounding No!, Ramsbottom high street is not dying.
Not only are new shops opening but the old shops are not remaining closed for long, changing into cafes and restaurants. The face of Ramsbottoms high street may be changing, but it’s certainly not dying.
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July 15 @ 8:00 pm Ramsbottom Folk Club is back at the Ramsbottom Cricket Club, this month it hosts Desi Friel.
They played the Ramsbottom Festival back in 2013 and are back this year to perform at the monthly folk club.
Tickets are £8
St Paul’s Church Down Memory Lane
July 17 – July 19
For 3 days St Paul’s Church will host a nostalgic exhibition looking back over generations of worship and events.
Covering a wide array of topics and information such as Whit Walks, wedding dresses, and various clothing with photos will all feature plus refreshments.
£1, family ticket £2.50
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