Saturday 29th April, 8pm-1am, £10 at Roughlee Village Centre – The popular Band Night returns, featuring The Backbeats and Jake Dixon plus a real ale bar and BBQ available.
View Full Gallery →
Running along the stream of Pendle Water, Roughlee is known for its white railings and links with the Pendle Witches – one of whom, Alice Nutter, has been immortalised as a statue in the village. Explore our village history here or find out more from the local History Group, who are happy to try and answer any of your questions.
The Roughlee Village Centre offers a vibrant events programme to welcome both residents and visitors. Roughlee has several accommodation providers to suit all budgets: Bed and Breakfast, Caravan Parks or self-catering cottages. They make the village an ideal base for exploring Pendleside and the Forest of Bowland AONB.
Judging will take place in early July and the winners will be announced at the Duck Race on the 22nd July. To enter, please complete…
As, I hope, most of you will know, the Village Website is now up and running and has been very well used by both villagers…
View Roughlee Parish Council’s response to the Pendle Local Plan Part 2, which together with the Core Strategy will form the basis for planning decisions for the period 2011 to 2030.
Next meeting Thurs 25 May, 7.30pm
Volunteers meeting to help with the general appearance and upkeep of the village
Latest updates on the future of the Bay Horse Inn and plans to buy it by the local community
A very big thank you to all those who supported the 2017 Great British Spring Clean on Sat 4 March in Roughlee…
At the meeting of Parish Council on 6th March we were very pleased to welcome thirteen villagers who attended to ask questions and express views.…
21st April, 5th & 19th May, 7.30pm
Come and test your general knowledge against Roughlee’s finest.