PENDLE Leisure Trust sent an e-mail to Colne Town Council chairman, Sarah Cockburn-Price on 6th February explaining that discussions had been taking place over few months with Cty Cllr Ali about providing free swimming to Pendle primary pupils in the school holidays. Colne Town Council was informed that if it wanted give this benefit to the children of the town and surrounding villages, the cost next year would be £10,517.76.
FOLLOWING a tumultuous year for Colne Town Council, all but one councillor voted to increase the Precept by 17% this year. The dissenting voice in the Chamber was Cllr. Joe Cooney.
The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival, Britain’s largest and longest running event of its kind, is back with a bang under the new management of a Colne Town Council team, unveiling an extraordinary line-up of contemporary musicians at the very top of their game for this August Bank Holiday. Continue Reading
All our Allotment Meetings are public meetings, but this is chance to meet the Committee, hear the Annual General Meeting and meet other allotment holders. Continue Reading
GLORIOUS weather on Saturday tempted shoppers and families to Colne for the Town Council’s Colne Christmas Lights Switch On Event and Festive Food Festival. Continue Reading
COLNE Town Council will take on the responsibility for the planning and delivery of the Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival, which will be held in Colne over the August Bank Holiday Weekend. The Festival, which will be in its 28th year in 2017, is the highlight of Colne’s musical calendar each year. Previously, the event has been organised by Pendle Borough Council and latterly, Pendle Leisure Trust. Continue Reading
THE TOWN Council’s popular Christmas in Colne Event and Festive Food Festival on Saturday, 26th will be the culmination of a frenetic year of events. Continue Reading