As we all know, illegal off road use is a growing problem in our area and we have recently started working with Rooley Moor Neighbourhood Forum to report incidents more consistently, via a new email address:
More details about this important initiative, including how to report an incident can be found here:
We held one of our regular meetings in the Old Library on Thursday 2nd November.
Nigel Morrell proposed that we take advantage of the excellent work undertaken by the adjacent Rooley Moor Road Neighbourhood Forum to base our constitution on theirs. Many thanks to Al Rawsterne for making this available as it is represents a large amount of painstaking work, ensuring that their forum qualified to become a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO).
Rooley Moor Road Neighbourhood Forum Constitution
Can all members of our forum please follow the link to have a detailed read and provide any comments in time for our next meeting on Thursday 7th December.
Rochdale & Bury Bridleways Association has been recognised by the Queen in her Birthday Honours List and has won a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services, the group equivalent of an MBE. Continue reading “Rochdale and Bury Bridleways Association Recognised by the Queen”
The Birtle Trust is a volunteer group which aims to preserve the natural and built environment in and around Birtle. Continue reading “The Birtle Trust”
Rooley Moor Neighbourhood Forum (RMNF) is an established and very active neighbourhood forum organised by Rooley Moor Neighbourhood Forum. Continue reading “Rooley Moor Neighbourhood Forum”
The aim of the project is to identify significant heritage features within Norden, restore them if needed, and put the protection in place to preserve them for future generations. Continue reading “Norden Heritage Project”