ⓘ Pendle Community Hospital

                                     

ⓘ Pendle Community Hospital

The Pendle Community Hospital was established to replace the Reedyford Hospital which had been created by the conversion of a 19th century private house into a war memorial hospital in 1914. Services were transferred to the newly-built Pendle Community Hospital in 1987.

In March 2012, after the 20 beds have been removed from the community hospital, there were concerns that it will have to close.

                                     
  • trust manages three further hospitals Accrington Victoria Hospital Clitheroe Community Hospital Pendle Community Hospital Blackburn Royal Infirmary was
  • is the terminus of the East Lancashire railway line. Colne adjoins the Pendle parishes of Foulridge, Laneshaw Bridge, Trawden Forest, Nelson, Barrowford
  • 2004, p. 88. Pendle 2005, p. 238. Carter 2004, p. 83. Pendle 2005, p. 87. Pendle 2005, p. 226. Pendle 2005, p. 242. Pendle 2005, p. 296. Pendle 2005, pp. 103 105
  • NHS Social Services at Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale NHS. After the experience of conflict with the Macclesfield hospital Cheesmond formed EROS, a charitable
  • movement, the International Fellowship of Reconciliation, and founded the Pendle Hill Quaker meeting and training center, in Wallingford, Pennsylvania. Henry
  • and Stadium. Hopping Hill Primary School is another community primary school, situated on Pendle Road close to the Duston Library and Limehurst Square
  • Blackburn, Hyndburn and Ribble Valley Blackpool, Wyre and Fylde Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale Chorley and South Ribble Lancaster Preston and West Lancashire
  • direction of a car belonging to a BNP member. In January 2010, when the Pendle branch of the UAF removed a wreath from the War Memorial in Nelson that
  • Clitheroe and Hyndburn became Lancashire United and the remainder Burnley Pendle Investment commenced in new vehicles almost immediately, with the first
  • p. 48. Pendle 2005, p. 288 Duncan 2008 Kansa 2011, pp. 51 53 Nelson 2014 Laden 2014. Pendle 2005, pp. 294, 297 Kansa 2011, p. 57. Pendle 2005, pp
  • available via an FM community licence or via LPAM and LPFM transmitters: Typically available within the grounds of a single hospital these stations broadcast