Home of the 300 year old Quaker meeting house, which you can still visit today.
Crawshawbooth Village is about 2 miles North of Rawtenstall. It's a cool place, come and visit us!
We're currently adding local businesses to the Crawshawbooth webpages. So if you live or work in Crawshawbooth, we'd like to hear from you. Also, if you would like to contribute to the site, with blogs, photos or general suggestions, please feel free to get in touch. We'll give you the credits for any material on the site. This is a web project for businesses and local people. Shop local!
We've started the Rossendale info site adding firstly tradespeople, so if you do not have your own website, we're building the site gradually, where each business has it's own Webpage. This is a full page in the site, professionally written, consisting of over 500+ words about your business, with images about what you do. There's also a contact form, so that visitors to your page can get in touch, and there won't be 100's of businesses, so less competition and more chance local people will get in touch with you. Ps It's cheaper than you think for a full Webpage. Click on the logo and learn more about us.
Welcome to Crawshawbooth. The village is approximately 2 miles North of the town of Rawtenstall. We will be bringing you further updates and details about the village, local businesses and any other info that may be useful. See below for a list of local businesses in the Crawshwbooth area.
Here's a local joinery business in the Crawshawbooth area, owned and run by Shane Hawden from Loveclough. If you need a fitted kitchen, internal and externals doors and windows, then SMH Joinery and Building are right on your doorstep! ... Tap the image to visit their webpage on this website.
Feel free to drop us a message here if you own a local business in Crawshawbooth.