Ramsbottom Video/DVD  

Click here to view the trailer or right click the link to save on your own computer. Note that the film is 5Mb in size, and may take up to 10 minutes to download using a 56K Modem,  and requires Windows Media Player to view. If you have difficulties viewing the trailer e-mail John here

Click here to view the 'Making of the Video'  which has been kindly produced by Chroma Video Productions,  or right click the link to save on your own computer. Note that the film is 33Mb in size, and may take up to a hour  to download using a 56K Modem,  and requires Windows Media Player or similar to view. If you have difficulties viewing the video e-mail John here

A video film/DVD celebrating Ramsbottom’s industrial, commercial, and domestic, past, which Ramsbottom Heritage Society has been produced in  collaboration with

 Chroma Video Productions, Accrington

        Click the picture to go the Chroma Video Productions

The Video or DVD is now on sale,  and is based on a script produced by Society president and local historian, Andrew Todd,

The film charts the development of Ramsbottom from village to industrial town during the period from 1783 to the coming of the railway in 1846; the geographical reasons for development, with scenes of former industrial activities, and what now remains of their existence, are to be seen, together with the supporting commercial and domestic infrastructure; 

Throughout the film can be seen the ghostly presences of the principal characters of the period, including the Grant brothers, William and Daniel, immortalised by Dickens as the Cheeryble Brothers;

A short sequence can be seen by clicking the link below ; the film runs for 73 minutes, costs  £14.99, and can be ordered by calling  01706-827245 or e-mail John here. The DVD is also on sale at Market Place News, Ramsbottom.

Click here to view the trailer or right click the link to save on your own computer. Note that the film is 5Mb in size, and may take up to 10 minutes to download using a 56K Modem,  and requires Windows Media Player or similar to view. If you have difficulties viewing the trailer e-mail John here

Click here to view the 'Making of the Video'  which has been kindly produced by Chroma Video Productions,  or right click the link to save on your own computer. Note that the film is 33Mb in size, and may take up to a hour  to download using a 56K Modem,  and requires Windows Media Player or similar to view. If you have difficulties viewing the video e-mail John here