The Gracie Fields statue with the Town Hall clock tower behind.
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About the area

Inspiration

  1. Rochdale can trace its roots right back to 1086 and was the birthplace of the Co-operative movement.

  2. From green flag parks to stunning reservoir retreats, Heywood is a quaint day out for everyone.

  3. Middleton's Golden Cluster and blue plaque buildings are perfect for those interested in fascinating history and heritage.

  4. The beautiful landscape of the Pennines Township is dissected by tranquil waterways and lakes where you can explore a world of adventure and history.

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RT @CFODaveRussel: Today I had the pleasure of attending the official opening of the museum ‘Fireground’…what Bob Bonner and the volun… https://t.co/tSDThALVzV
17 Jan 2022   10:12:46
RT @CuratorHolly: Had a lovely day celebrating the launch of the Fireground museum in Rochdale. Well done to all involved!… https://t.co/O08zqLRj7L
17 Jan 2022   10:11:43
RT @GabrielBurdin: Enjoyable visit to the Rochdale Pioneers Museum #cooperatives https://t.co/Wj0ymNpRYh
17 Jan 2022   10:11:21
RT @raygeorgeson: loved those children digging in Rochdale - #DiggingForBritain has been such an informative, intelligent and joyful… https://t.co/30x6OjJXT7
14 Jan 2022   11:02:11