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Crawshawbooth Christmas fundraiser for Kids and the Community

Paula Riley and her Team are planning a Christmas Fair at the Crawshawbooth Community Centre to raise funds for the Community Centre itself and for the charity ‘Kids in Rossendale’. 72 more words


Christmas in Rossendale - A Truly Rural Christmas Experience

 Stubbylee Park Bacup

‘Christmas in Rossendale’ prides itself in being distinctive. The beautiful Valley of Rossendale, incorporating a number of towns and villages including Rawtenstall, Haslingden, Helmshore, Bacup and Whitworth, all within a 10 mile radius, will provide visitors with the opportunity to see Christmas celebrated in many communities, and in many ways, all entering into the spirit of christmas with their own unique festive contributions. 95 more words


Santa's Specials add to your Christmas in Rossendale

East Lancashire Railway is again running their very successful Santa Specials on 29th and 30th November and from 6th to 24th December, which gives you a brilliant opportunity to experience ‘Christmas in Rossendale’, with its markets, music and independent  shopping. 111 more words


Joint Christmas Fair at the Riverside Whitworth

St Mary’s in Bacup and St Anselm’s in Whitworth are holding a joint Christmas Fair at the Riverside in Whitworth on Saturday 8th November. The event will run from 10.00am – 1.00pm and will include a number of stalls selling a range of products, face painting, refreshments including Gaelic coffee, and for the children Father Christmas will be making an appearance. 45 more words


Dickeyville Grotto

The sun was blood red over the Mississippi. It gushed upon the horizon, purple and orange. A cold breeze from the north weaved its way through the husks of corn drying dead on spindly stalks. 403 more words



There’s a rising sea transforming this room into the ocean floor

A world of deep I plunge into spending my days sunk down inside my bath tub… 157 more words

Magickal Arts

Middle Cove and Flatrock, Newfoundland and Labrador

About a week ago, I got back from a 10-day trip to my home province, Newfoundland and Labrador. I spent most of my time catching up with friends and family, as I do on all my visits there, but there was an important difference this time. 294 more words