Bacup Police Station was the set for 'Juliet Bravo' a British television series which ran on BBC1 between 1980 and 1985. The theme of the series concerned a female police inspector who took over control of a police station in the fictional town of Hartley in Lancashire.

Bacup Police Station was the set for 'Juliet Bravo' a British television series which ran on BBC1 between 1980 and 1985. The theme of the series concerned a female police inspector who took over control of a police station in the fictional town of Hartley in Lancashire.

East Lancashire Railway - Red Rose Diner Train

East Lancashire Railway - Red Rose Diner Train- Percivals the Caterers

St Marys Chambers Rawtenstall.

St Marys Chambers Rawtenstall.

Lamberts Mill Shoe Museum is based in Rawtenstall, Lancashire on the West Pennine moors, the mill itself is steeped in history and has its very own and unique shoe museum on the premises.

Lamberts Mill Shoe Museum is based in Rawtenstall, Lancashire on the West Pennine moors, the mill itself is steeped in history and has its very own and unique shoe museum on the premises.

Rawtenstall Chippy

Rawtenstall Chippy

Rawtenstall market

Rawtenstall market

Ferroterrasuarus, Lee Quarry, Bacup

Ferroterrasuarus, Lee Quarry, Bacup

up Marl Pits Rossendale

Rossendale Rugbys Home ground at Marl Pits.

Frond - one of the art installations at Lee Quarry, Bacup. Artist: Robin Dobson. Commissioned by Mid Pennine Arts as part of the Valley of Stone project.

Frond - one of the art installations at Lee Quarry, Bacup. Commissioned by Mid Pennine Arts as part of the Valley of Stone project.

Up the top of Marl Pits again.

Up the top of Marl Pits again.

Map depicting Rossendale's boroughs and Rossendale's position in Lancashire.

The Valley of Rossendale is an outstanding and distinctive part of beautiful East Lancashire.

Bacup Sculpture

The Valley of Rossendale is an outstanding and distinctive part of beautiful East Lancashire.

This year Sunday Best celebrates 41 years of award-winning service and iconic fashion. In four decades we continue to grow from the stem of our ethos: only buying beautifully striking and unique pieces that we’ve fallen in love with. Our handpicked collections range from vintage Brick Lane independents to luxury labels and the world’s top designers. Sunday Best was crowned Winner of the Daily Telegraph Magazine's Best for Womenswear in Britain as voted by Mary Portas in 2011.

This year Sunday Best celebrates 41 years of award-winning service and iconic fashion. In four decades we continue to grow from the stem of our ethos: only buying beautifully striking and unique pieces that we’ve fallen in love with. Our handpicked collections range from vintage Brick Lane independents to luxury labels and the world’s top designers. Sunday Best was crowned Winner of the Daily Telegraph Magazine's Best for Womenswear in Britain as voted by Mary Portas in 2011.

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