Advise on moving to Ramsbottom - primary schools and aras(3 Posts)
Ramsbottom is a brilliant place to live! I'm not originally from here, and neither are most friends I've made, but we all love it. Its a great community, has an amazing park, the steam railway, river, loads of great restaurants and cafes. There is also always something going on. The music festival, head for the hills, is on in a couple of weeks, there's the chocolate festival and the worlds championship of black pudding throwing....
The countryside is wonderful too and easily commutable to Manchester.
Bury in general is a good area for schools. We go to Emmanuel Holcombe primary school, it's very small, only 4 classes in total and so far has been wonderful. There seems to be a large number of primary schools in Rammy and they all seem to be very different so they should definitely want to suit your family. I have friends with kids at stubbins which again seems very good.
Personally when I looked around St. Andrews I want keen, just because of the large intake and they seem to be building on the playground to accommodate. However, just my personal feelings and I know a big busy school suits others.
Hazelhurst, I didn't like at all when I looked around, mainly because it was strangely quiet, however it is EXTREMELY popular. They are big in music. I think you have to be within 0.2 miles to get in. May be because it's not a church school.
It really depends on which area of Rammy you end up in. We moved to greenmount (technically not Rammy) recently and I hear good things about greenmount primary.
Sorry, run away with myself a bit! I promise I don't work for local tourist board. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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