Healey Dell Nature Reserve Rossendale
Healey Dell Rossendale is a beauty place and wildlife sanctuary, wealthy in industrial archaeology. The River Spodden has carved its way through the woodlands through thousands of years, producing delightful scenery and spectacular waterfalls which once powered ancient corn, wool and cotton mills. A disused 1800s railroad line is now a nature trail with magnificent views from a 100ft high viaduct.
The Healey Dell Heritage Centre Rossendale now offers visitors a unique experience with its newly opened Victorian themed tea rooms with English cream teas served in classic bone-china. The centre offers a permanent exhibition with a pictorial history of the Dell. There is a Fairy Grotto where children can satisfy with the Healey Dell Fairy Godmother and so much more.
Is Parking Available?
Car parking is available in Broadley Wood Lodgeoff Station Road, Rossendale and in the Heritage Centre.
The tea rooms are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday and all bank holidays from 10am.
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