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Ramsbottom is a small town in the northern part of The Borough of Bury in Greater Manchester. It is a pretty historic village with alot to show.one of the reasons that makes Ramsbottom a nice place is its position amidst the West Pennine Moors.It lies within The Historic County Boundaries of Lancashire.
Where is it
Ramsbottom is about 6 miles north of Bury,8 of Bolton.it is the most northerly part of the Bury Borough.
Have a Drink
Ramsbottom is fairly good in terms of Pubs, for example there is The Duckworth Arms on Whalley Road. In Summerseat There is The waterside Bar and Restaurant,then in Holcolmbe you have The Shoulder of Mutton.
Ramsbottom is situated amidst the West Pennine Moors,which provides it with excellent views and walking. if you fancy abit of Local History have a walk up to Peel Tower near Holcolmbe.