This village has developed its own unique identity and offers an amazing array of independent shops including an award-winning butcher, clothing shop and an art gallery. These are complemented by restaurants, pubs and takeaways.
Crawshawbooth is home to the Quaker Friends Meeting House, a Grade II Listed building which dates back to the 18th Century and is still used today, CrawshawboothVillage Centre is run by a not-for-profit charity the Community Association, which is also looking to refurbish and reopen a children’s library.
On the hills above the village is one of the more unique places in the Valley RossendalePet Crematorium and Memorial Gardens.
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