Welcome to Colne Town Council

Colne is a vibrant and handsome market town in north-east Lancashire surrounded by a glorious upland landscape, including the famous Pendle Hill.

SERVICES

Colne Town Council works to provide an excellent standard of service across all our areas of service – including allotments, the footpath network, neighbourhood plan, events and more…

What's ON

We manage a large number of events throughout the year here in Colne. These events remain free to enjoy, helping to keep the town busy and vibrant and allowing Colne to earn its “Cool Colne” moniker…  

GOVERNANCE

The way the Council’s rules and actions are structured, sustained, regulated and held accountable.
Meet our councillor members, view our council calendar, accounts, audits and more…  

Ways you can engage with us during our Neighbourhood Plan Formal Consultation in these COVID times:

 

 You can join one of our tailored Zoom sessions virtually to discuss specific elements of the draft Plan with the Working Group Members who helped draft the policies.  There is a timetable of these sessions during the Consultation period HERE.  You must register to attend 24 hours in advance of the virtual meetings.  If there is high demand, we are prepared to add additional sessions to our timetable.

 

You can also read our Plan online here and fill in the form Approving or Disapproving our Plan here.

 

You can just look at one or more of our six themes.
Press on the poster representing the policy area that most interests you to find out more.

Colne Town Council looks 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 unspoiled countryside can be easily explored on foot or by bicycle, 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 has a thriving retail sector, with many quirky independent shops and restaurants. The Muni, Hippodrome and Little Theatre provide fabulous cultural enrichment to the town, which also hosts the Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival each August. This is one part of a very busy event schedule run by Colne Town Council.  

 

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