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Colne

Colne is in Pendle, Lancashire which is situated on the southern edge of the Yorkshire dales and in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The stunning countryside appeals to walkers and cyclists alike, and the iconic Pendle Hill offers breath taking views and the Pendle Witches who lived here over 400 years ago were part of Britain’s biggest witchcraft Trial.

It’s a diverse area offering some of the best events in the UK, including the award-winning Colne Blues Festival, Pendle Walking Festival and Clitheroe Food Festival.

Colne is perfectly located for easy access to some beautiful scenery and walks and provides a great base for exploring both Lancashire’s stunning Ribble Valley and the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

There are many great walks within close proximity; the village of Foulridge is a few miles away and perfect for parking up and walking the scenic Leeds and Liverpool canal or around Lake Burwain, by taking a boat ride on the canal, or try the Bronte walk through Wycoller Country Park.

Colne’s High Street (and side streets) is a treasure trove of Interiors style, where personality matters and offers some of the county’s most welcoming bars, eateries and restaurants from micro breweries to cocktail lounges.

Rich in Heritage with green hilly landscapes, the Colne Heritage Trail is a fascinating walking trail taking in the stories of some of Colne’s famous sons. Wallace Hartley, the heroic bandmaster on the ill-fated Titanic. John Tillotson who became archbishop of Canterbury in 1691, and the strange but true tale of Richard Bold.