There is a food and drink revolution taking place in Rossendale. As more visitors come to the Valley, new food and drink businesses have sprung into life to meet their needs. Over the last 5 years or so, the number of food and drink businesses in Rossendale has more than doubled.
Valley at Work, Rossendale’s business association, believes that the time is right to celebrate the quality and diversity of our food business community. The result is this food and drink guide.
Ashoka Restaurant 526 Market Street
Ashton’s Fish & Chip Shop 305 Market Street, Shawforth
Basil’s 264 Market Street
Berni Inn Millfold Facit
Nibble’s Cafe 597 Market Street
Promenade Bar Grill 142 Market Street
Thai Cuisine at Birches Pub The Birches Pub, 145 Market Street
Anna’s Cafe Bar 165 Burnley Road, Weir
Icing On The Cake 2A Rochdale Road
Mario’s Pizzeria Ristorante 74 Market Street
Ninja_Coffee Mobile Cafe
Perfect Party Cakes 40 Heald Lane, Weir
The Crown Inn Greave Road
The New Inn 11 Rochdale Road
Twos and Threes Hideaway Rochester Close, Weir,
Ye Olde Hillbilly Bakery Unit 10, Bacup Market, Union Street
The Ice Dream Experience 523 Burnley Road East
The Old Library Bridge End House, Bacup Road
A’Vucciria 17 Bank Street
Barrels at Rawtenstall Conservative Club 3 Grange Crescent
Buffer Stops Rawtenstall Station
Casked Micropub 16 Bury Road
Fresh Cafe Deli 89 Bank Street
Hop Micro Pubs 70 Bank Street
Little Red Bakes 26 Redwood Drive
M Harrison Butcher 65A Bank Street
Mr Fitzpatrick’s Temperance Bar 5 Bank Street
North Street Restaurant 1 North Street
Northern Whisper Brewing Co 18 Newchurch Road
Patisserie Chanel Rawtenstall Indoor Market, Newchurch Road
Rehman’s 114 Bury Road
Simply Vegetarian 30 Kay Street
Siphon Espresso & Brew Bar 91 Bank Street
Star of India 239 Bacup Road
The Firepit Station House, Station Court, Newhall Hey Road,
The Hut 56 Bury Road
The Veg Shop 47 Bank Street
The Whitaker Café Whitaker Park Haslingden Road
Tony’s Fresh Fish Bar 7A Bank Street
Wood ‘n Chocolates Newchurch Road
The Thai Shack Newchurch Road
A Right Royal Tea Party 617 Burnley Road
Corner Café 582 Burnley Road
Mondello’s Restaurant 560 Burnley Road
Riley’s Butchers 599-603 Burnley Road
The Indian Harvest 612 Burnley Road
Toffalis 554 Burnley Road
Mama Sue’s Food Pop-up kitchen for events
The Drop Off Café 42 Market Street
The Coach 163 Market Street
The Fisherman’s Retreat Riding Head Lane, Shuttleworth
Cake-a-brate 15 Maple Avenue
DT Law Butcher 4-6 Blackburn Road
Holden Wood Tearooms Grane Road
Kismat 22 Blackburn Road
Relish 261 Helmshore Road
Room D 5 Deardengate
Spice Room 600 Blackburn Road
Sykeside Country House Hotel Rawtenstall Road End
The Dearden Tea Rooms 12 Deardengate
Café Pearsons 2 The Parade
The Cotton House 529 Helmshore Road
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Valley at Work was established in 2007 to help connect businesses within the Rossendale area.
Valley at Work is a business association organised by small businesses for small businesses. Whether you run a business in Rossendale, or trade in Rossendale
, or are planning a to start a business in Rossendale you are welcome to join us at our regular meetings.
Here you can find out who is who in Rossendale business, connect to local suppliers and find new contacts, ideas and help, all over a coffee and a biscuit. We have great guest speakers each month who give up their time to offer advice in their own areas of expertise to help the rest of us.
Valley at Work is inclusive (everyone is welcome), friendly and aims to be a point of help and communication with and between local businesses.
Valley at Work is proud to organise Rossendale Business Awards. It is an annual showcase for the achievements, quality and diversity of the local businesses and enterprising people who make Rossendale such a great place to live, work and visit.
Find out more about the
We meet between 6pm and 8.30pm, at a local venue, usually on the first Wednesday of every month. During the Coronavirus lockdown, we will be meeting using Zoom virtual conferencing.
With the exception of the Rossendale Business Awards ceremony in December and the AGM in July, all our meetings are free of charge to attend (unless there is food), and everyone is welcome.
Our meetings are deliberately friendly and informal – there’s plenty of time to circulate and get to know everyone. You are not obliged to pitch your business or provide referrals for other attendees.
If you would like to come along to any meeting, or you would like to receive regular email updates, please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
Next Meeting: Wednesday June 2nd, 6.00pm – 8.00pm.
Location: GrowTraffic’s Zoom Meeting Room (contact Rob Carder for details)
Speaker: Daniel Buckley, P4otos
Topic: Using Video To Promote Your Business
More information to follow soon.
Everyone is always welcome at a Valley at Work meeting, whether it’s virtual or not! Please come along and join us if you can.
Forward Diary of Meetings
GrowTraffic Zoom Room
Using video to promote your business
TBA, but hopefully we’ll be meeting in person
Valley at Work AGM
Thursday, September 2nd
Joint Meeting with RBC and EL Chamber