A café in Rossendale has re-opened this week after managers 'reworked' the establishment.

Waterfoot Yard on Bacup Road was originally known as The Old Library Café.

The café was taken over by PLAY management, the team behind Rawtenstall Market's development, headed by managing director Dan Gregson and operations manager Steven Malcolm.

The team turned The Old Library café into Waterfoot Yard, which has just re-opened after a revamp of the menu, opening hours and 'experience'.

Announcing their reasoning for closure, a spokesperson previously said: "Our goal is to build a strong and stable space here in Waterfoot and whilst we have kick started something great, we believe stepping back and listening to all factors will help build up stronger foundations.

"To better accommodate your schedules, we are adjusting our operating hours to best suit our community and popular requests.

"While changes are under way, one thing that remains constant is our commitment to providing the same warm, friendly and welcoming experience that you have come to love. Your satisfaction is our top priority.

"We appreciate your patience during this period of transformation and look forward to sharing an even more exceptional dining experience with you."

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They offer gluten free items, vegetarian dishes, lighter bites, Sunday dinners, and have co-working spaces available for a weekly plan.

They officially opened to the public on Friday, February 9, and are now open seven days a week.

Items on their menu include loaded avocado toast, fried chicken and waffles, and a falafel sourdough wrap.

Chris Briggs left a review on Facebook and said: "Outstanding Sunday lunch. Food and service are exceptional.

"Can’t recommend enough and looking forward to going back next weekend."

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Sarah Healey wrote: "Lovely food. Great cosy atmosphere and it's licensed.

"Always a bonus, a cheeky glass of vino with your grub."