What does the neighbourhood look like?
The area is a compact estate of approx. 450 pre-war houses, some redbrick, some pebble-dash finish. It is a popular estate with lots of open green areas.
Types of properties in neighbourhoods (inc. average no. of bedrooms + number of properties in area)
The area is made up of two and three bedroom houses, four one bedroom flats, and one adapted four bed house.
Things to do
Fancy catching the latest blockbuster? Reel Cinema is near Rosehill.
Bowl a strike at the 1st Bowl bowling alley.
Nearby facilities (shops, restaurants, pubs, etc)
There is a Spar shop on the edge of the estate, and a bakers and Post Office on the nearby Manchester Road.
Fancy a pint? The Rose and Crown pub is on the nearby Manchester Road.
Free internet access is available at Rosehill Baptist Church for anyone who needs it.
Schools and other places of education
The nearest schools are St Stephen’s Primary School, Springfield Community Primary School, and Rosewood Primary School.
Places of worship
Local places of worship include Parkside Methodist Church, St Stephen’s Church. Burnley Spiritualist Church, and Rosehill Baptist Church.
Local community groups and resources
Get involved in your community with Rosehill Residents Association.
Rosehill Baptist Church also holds a number of groups, including Toddler Group, Kids Club, Youth Club, and over 50s Lunch Clubs.
The nearest stores are the local Spar shop and Tesco.
Public transport links
The Mainline bus services travels to the town centre and neighbouring areas.