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Welcome to Colne Town Council

Colne Town Council look after our beautiful town, Colne is a vibrant and handsome market town in north-east Lancashire surrounded by a glorious upland landscape, including the famous Pendle Hill. Its unspoilt countryside can be easily explored on foot or bike and we are close to many of Pendle’s loveliest villages, such as Wycollar, Trawden and Blacko. Boulsworth Hill, to the North of the Colne, is also part of Pendle’s Three Peaks Trails, while the Pendle Way and Bronte Way pass through the area.

Colne is home to the original Boundary Mill and has a thriving retail sector, with many quirky independent shops and restaurants. The Muni, Hippodrome and The Little Theatre provide fabulous cultural enrichment to the town, which also hosts the Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival each August as part of a very busy event schedule run by Colne Town Council.

Sport plays an important role in Colne life, with Colne FC, Colne Cricket Club, Colne Rugby Club, Cycle Sport Pendle and swimming Club, Colne Sharks, catering for those with sporting aspirations.

Pendle Support Hub for COVID -19

April 7th, 2020|

A new community hub was launched on Thursday 26 March to co-ordinate support for Pendle’s most vulnerable residents during the coronavirus outbreak. Pendle Community Support Hub has been created for residents without a circle of friends or family nearby to help them. The services being offered include: • advice on where to get food • help with shopping • support for mental health issues • dog walking • collecting prescriptions • dealing with social isolation and loneliness • financial and debt advice. If you, or a vulnerable person you know, need help: • call (01282) 661743 • email helpneeded@pendle.gov.uk • fill in an online form via www.pendle.gov.uk/communitysupporthub The phone lines will be open 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday, and 10am to 3pm, Saturday and Sunday. Organisations, businesses, groups and individuals who can provide help and services will be identified to support those who need practical and emotional support. If you or your community group or business would like to join our efforts for the new Pendle Community Support Hub: • email helpoffered@pendle.gov.uk • fill in our offer of help form via Community Support Hub If we can match your offer of support we’ll be in touch. More information is available at www.pendle.gov.uk/communitysupporthub Local people can access more than 100 Pendle Council services online - www.pendle.gov.uk/doitonline And Pendle Council’s website shows what help is available for individuals and businesses and how to get the latest health advice about the coronavirus www.pendle.gov.uk/coronavirus There’s also a dedicated webpage on any changes to Council services and advice on how to safely dispose of waste for anyone with symptoms of the coronavirus www.pendle.gov.uk/disruptions We’re updating our website regularly with all the latest information as soon as we have it so please keep checking it.


March 26th, 2020|

Pendle Borough Council have set up a Community Support hub during this difficult time. please share this with everyone so they can get help during this difficult time. Community Support Hub

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