If you’d like to follow in the footsteps of Martin Bedford, designer of the iconic posters for the 2017 Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival, and create the series for 2018’s event, read on for more information.
The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival 2018 tickets are NOW ON SALE. Continue Reading
It may have been cold on Saturday, but the festive spirit tempted shoppers and families to Christmas in Colne. Continue Reading
Colne Town Council’s ever popular Christmas in Colne Event is on Saturday 25th November and will be the conclusion of an exciting year of events.
COLNE was packed with families, many of them in fancy dress, all day on Saturday at Colne Town Council’s Hallowe’en event. Three seasonal competitions were judged by local artist, Keith Melling, he said: “I was amazed at the imaginative entrants in all the competitions, and thoroughly enjoyed judging them all.” The Pumpkin Carving Competitions were staged in Scary Creepy Corridor outside Colne Library.
After months of negotiation Colne Town Council has now officially taken over the landmark Grade II listed Colne Town Hall. This move avoids the potential for the building being mothballed or disposed of elsewhere, following the movement of the Pendle Leisure Trust Head Office Continue Reading
The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival is on for August Bank Holiday Weekend 2018
The Full Council of Colne Town Council met on 17th October and agreed to continue with the Blues Festival for 2018. Councillors recognised the enormous
Colne Town Council is organising a Spooktacular day in the town centre for Hallowe’en on Saturday, 28th October.
There are three fabulously frightening competitions
The Annual Colne Town Council Allotment Awards were held at Colne Town Hall on Tuesday 4th October with a new allotment holder taking two of the top prizes including the Best Allotment Trophy which was generously sponsored by LBS Garden Centre. Continue Reading
WITH THE sun shining, Town Council’s first Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival drew thousands to the town over the Bank Holiday weekend. Both visitors and residents have been quick to praise the Council which, with just one full-time, and three part-time, members of staff, plus the support of volunteer councillors and townsfolk, managed to stage Continue Reading