What do you love about Rochdale?

Have your say, What do you love about Rochdale? But before you do take a look at what's happening all over Rochdale.

Have your say, What do you love about Rochdale?

But before you do take a look at what’s happening all over Rochdale.

It’s fair to say Rochdale has had a lot of bad press over the past years and let’s hope it stays there where it belongs, in the past.


Rochdale is very much up and coming and is on the up with so much on offer, new shops, a new drive in fine dining including up and coming bars and restaurants across the town with well-established businesses reinventing themselves. A prime example is The Flying Horse.

Full of history and impressive architecture it sure is worth coming to visit.

RAFC “UP THE DALE” gaining momentum, winning matches and succeding all expectations by far. This football club really is going places.

Our Feel Good Festival is on the up year after year and continues to grow bigger and better, with a fantastic line-up this year, the list of talent joining us this year is commendable. Headlining is the fantastic Feeder, including The UpliftersAnna Pancaldi and VALA, Britpop legends Cast, plus loads more, with the local battle of the bands’ winner.

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Rochdale Feel Good Festival returns on Saturday 18 August, for another showcase of entertainment, food and culture.

Rochdale Town Hall provides the backdrop as the parade arrives at the Cenotaph

There will be live music across indoor venues, the main stage against the backdrop of the town hall, a quality food and drink court plus family entertainment.

Take a look at some of the latest adventures on offer.

Take a LOOK at Rochdale


The Recreation played Rochdale Feel Good Festival in 2017, but this year it could be you! The search is now on for a local music act to play the main stage at Rochdale Feel Good Festival in August.
Mark Widdup from Rochdale Borough Council with Michael and Sarah Howarth at The Wellington. The Grade 2 listed building which dates back to 1750 boasts a stunning restaurant and bar, packed with features from the 1920s and Victorian period
Rochdale street eat 2018
The second Street Eat festival was hailed as another success, attracting over 4,000 visitors.


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