Rosliston itself is small but well served village, having a decent Co-op store, primary school, church and two traditional pubs. The village is minutes drive from Burton on Trent with its bustling town centre and excellent array of amenities including shopping centres, Cinema and a number of restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Pretty Rosliston boasts having one of the best playgrounds on its doorstep for residents of all ages in the form of Rosliston Forestry Centre. The woodland haven is a perfect place for family days out, whether for walking, wildlife spotting or the host of outdoor activities and events on offer at the centre. It is home to kestrels, owls, kingfishers and waterfowl as well as bats and butterflies during the summer. Most of these can be easily seen in Rosliston's mix of trees, meadows and fishing lakes from marked walks and cycle routes.
- Rosliston C of E Primary School
- Gardening club
- Beehive Farm - rare breed farm open to visitors
- Chapmans Nursery and Plant Centre
- William Allit, Newhall and John Taylor, Barton under Needwood catchment area