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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. Further details on the wider area are available from Visit Pendle.
ENTRY DEADLINE 11th JUNE 2019 Judging will take place in August. To enter, please complete this form below. You will also be able to enter…
Next meeting: Thur 25 April, 7.30pm
Volunteers meeting to help with the general appearance and upkeep of the village
Big Screen Racing – Tote Betting, with Pie and Peas supper. Tickets cost just £10 – ring Glen to book on 07849 774438
Mon 25 Mar, 7pm – Bay Horse – our first dance out/practice
Sun 19 May – at Downham Festival
Sat 13 Jul – Day of Dance
After a hint of Spring at the end of February we are now back to the usual wet weather as March brings more typical weather…
Dates for your diary at Roughlee Village Centre in 2019
We did it! Many thanks to everyone who worked so hard to help Roughlee win the Best Kept Village competition for 2018. Many villagers have…