Rossendale Brewery is situated in the cellars of The Griffin pub, our brewery tap, where we brew 6 real ales, all brewed by our female brewer, Leonie. All 6 ales are available on in The Griffin at all times and also available for sale to the free trade. The Griffin is a hidden gem in Haslingden, it’s traditional, friendly and a warm welcome can always be guaranteed. There’s an open fire in the winter months, a quiz night every Wednesday night at 9pm and we have live entertainment on Saturday nights from 8-9pm, something different each week from solo singers, duos and bands to DJs.
The Griffin Inn, 84-86 Hud Rake, Haslingden BB4 5AF
Monday – Thursday: 2pm – 12am
Friday – Saturday: 12pm – 2am
Sunday: 12pm – 12am
Fine butchers and delicatessen providing meats, pies, cheeses, poultry and other fine foods.
Our cooked meats are prepared and cooked on the premises without exception. Our fresh quality pork is purchased locally and is processed into dry cured bacon without any added water.
All our sausages are full of quality pork and made on the premises without exception.Our grilling steaks are matured for a minimum of 28 days for succulence and tenderness every time.
4-6 Blackburn Road, Haslingden BB4 5QQ
Monday – Friday: 7am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 7am – 4pm
In the late 1800s, Cissy was born to a family baker. As a child, she made pies and developed a passion for baking. Today we use the same recipe.
A Cissy Greens pie is not just a meat pie but true taste of history. Cissy Greens pies are handmade daily the same way they were made 200years ago. We use only the freshest locally sourced ingredients and our pies are made with whole cuts of high-quality meats.
Our range of handmade pies and cakes can be purchased from our shop, from many food outlets in Lancashire and are available wholesale to distributors, chippies, delis, restaurants and other bakeries.
30 Deardengate, Haslingden, BB4 5QJ
Mon – Sat: 8.30am – 4.00pm
This is the second largest town in Rossendale with a population of around 16,000 and its name means valley of the hazels.
The town’s main streets of Upper and Lower Deardengate have benefited from an influx of new independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes which complement the more traditional shops and businesses.Haslingden was granted its market charter in 1676 and the market still exists although it has been relocated over the years and is now off Blackburn Road.On the outskirts of the town is Grade II Listed Sykeside Country House Hotel, once home to composer Alan Rawsthorne and Coronation Street stalwart William Roache, aka Ken Barlow.
Sedimentary rock quarried above the town is reported to have been used in Trafalgar Square while the picturesque reservoirs off Grane Road are popular destination for walkers and families.
High on the hill above the town stands a panopticon, a modern art structure called The Halo that courtesy of a wind turbine, glows blue as the sunsets.The town boasts 10 commemorative blue plaques, which pay tribute to its famous sons and daughters.
From the Haslingden Guide
- Anar Kali
- Bumble’s Café
- Cissy Greens
- DT Law Butcher
- Holden Arms
- Holden Wood Tearooms
- Room D
- Spice Room
- Sykeside Country House Hotel
- The Dearden Tea Rooms
- Rossendale Pub and Brewing Company
- The Woolpack
Also visit in Haslingden
- Haslingden Bar & Grill 125 Blackburn Road, Haslingden BB4 5HL
- Mel’s Café 14 Manchester Road, Haslingden BB4 5ST
- Sun Dragon Restaurant Blackburn Road, Haslingden BB4 5AZ
- The Live Lounge 73 Deardengate, Haslingden BB4 5SN
Valentine’s is a traditional butcher in every sense of the word, all meats are wonderfully fresh and locally sourced. Owner and head butcher John Valentine sources only meat from local farmers that practice excellent animal husbandry and welfare. Couple this with his excellent butchery skills and knowledge and you will get some of the tastiest cuts from the finest animals. We make all our own award-winning sausages.
7 Market Place, Edenfield BL0 0JZ
Monday: 9am – 5pm
Tuesday & Thursday – Friday: 8:30am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8:30am – 1pm
Saturday: 8:30am – 4pm
Our history stretches back more than 150 years and we are committed to continuing the art of traditional butchery. Everything we sell at Riley’s, is locally sourced, from farm to fork.
We make of our products on-site and our meat is free to roam over acres of Lancashire pasture. When he’s not in the shop you’ll find Geoff in the meadows keeping an eye on the animals. So, you can be assured that from our prize-winning sausages to our matured beef, we know exactly where it comes from.
Whilst we are dedicated to excellent quality and tradition, we absolutely love to give things a modern twist, experiment with new flavours and ideas, there’s always something original coming out of the kitchen.
599-603 Burnley Road, Crawshawbooth BB4 8AN
Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 6:30am – 1pm
A traditional British Café offering breakfast, lunch, snacks, sweet treats – we have it all!Eat in or take away we are open 7 days a week. All our food is homemade, freshly prepared and cooked to order. In 2015 we won the Best Café category in Rossendale and Darwen in the Pub and Grub Awards. We have been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the last three years running and have also been awarded the Good FoodAward in both 2017 and 2018.
582 Burnley Road, Crawshawbooth BB4 8AJ
Monday & Wednesday – Friday: 8am – 2:30pm
Tuesday: 8am – 1:30pm
Saturady: 9am – 2:30pm
Sunday: 10am – 2pm
We create handmade chocolate truffles in a range of flavours, offered in a bag or a handcrafted wooden gift box. We also make salted caramels by hand. Wooden gifts are handcrafted using reclaimed and new wood including gift boxes and crates for the chocolate truffles, wine/beer racks, wine holders, candle holders and signs. We also supply wedding favours where our delicious chocolate truffles are paired with a personalised wooden keepsake for your guests.
Rawtenstall Market, Newchurch Road, Rawtenstall BB4 7QX
Thursday & Saturday: 8am – 4pm
Sameyness is stupid. That’s why at Northern Whisper Brewing Co, we take traditional techniques and add in a few modern twists of our own. Keeps things interesting. We love our heritage but we’re also proud of our new ideas, so by combining these two things we’ve created a truly unique range of beers. Try them. You’ll see what we mean. We have a spacious and adequately sized tap room situated adjacent to Rawtenstall market. Serving an astonishing range of traditional cask and keg ales, along with the best selection of gins, wines and spirits.
Brewery Tap, 18 Newchurch Road, Rawtenstall BB4 7QX
Wednesday: 12pm – 10pm
Thursday: 12pm – 11pm
Friday: 12pm – 12am
Saturday: 10am – 12am
Sunday: 12pm – 11pm
Mr Fitzpatrick’s is Britain’s last original temperance bar. It’s easy to see why Mr Fitzpatrick’s Temperance Bar is still going strong when you try our unique tastes of days gone by. Don’ttake our word for it though, come along, pull up a seat at the marble-topped bar and browse through the pottery barrels containing Sarsaparilla, Dandelion and Burdock, GingerBeer, Cream Soda, Lemon and Ginger and Blood Tonic. Our drinks are served in glasses. We make all our cordials at our plant in Haslingden.
5 Bank Street, Rawtenstall BB4 6QS
Thursday – Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 11am – 3pm