£1.8m Lottery windfall will help Pendle shed its air of mystery

Pendle Hill is getting ready to shake off its air of mystery and share some of its secrets and stories.

Parkrun celebrates 200 milestone

Saturday saw the 200th Pendle parkrun with 117 runners completing the course through Holt House and Alkincoats Park in Colne.
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Pendle Beer Festival pulls in the punters

Beer aficianados from across the borough – and from much further afield – converged on Colne at the weekend for the ever-popular Pendle Beer Festival.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling MP meets Andrew Stephenson MP and local campaigners at Colne Station on Saturday

Colne to Skipton rail link back on track

Years of campaigning to reopen a vital transport link took a giant step towards becoming reality on Saturday.
North Valley Road is a source of frustration for many drivers

Colne is the congestion capital of the county

Serious traffic problems in Pendle have again came under the spotlight at county hall in Preston.

Pendle MP Andrew Stephenson with Alex Hornby from Transdev

MP keeps up fight for Earby bus service

Pendle MP Andrew Stephenson has renewed efforts to ensure a direct bus service from Earby to Skipton is reintroduced.

The muddied pathway

Developers are slammed for ‘mudbath’ path

Residents and councillors are up in arms over a popular route to school which has been turned into a mudbath by mud and water flowing off a building site in Colne.
Ben Blackburn, Founder and CEO, Blackburn Distributions

Pendle company branches out - to the United States

Nelson-based supplement manufacturer, Blackburn Distributions, who export to over 66 countries, has established its first overseas distribution warehouse.


Dragons' Den event bids to boost reading age

The bid to improve reading amongst thousands of Pendle schoolchildren got a major boost for The Pendle Reading Challenge last week.


Barrowford Shows funds benefit village community

Barrowford Show was, for decades, the showpiece of village life.

Pendle Council had to deal with more than 5,700 incidents of fly-tipping

Pendle is fly-tipping hotspot

Startling figures revealed this week show that Pendle is one of the fly-tipping hotspots in the country.
Owen on Lidgett Triangle

Fond memories of action group's founder

Members of Lidgett and Beyond have reacted with sadness and fond memories to the recent death of Owen Oliver, its co-founder and president.

Skipton Road, Colne

Call for action on Pendle's pothole plague

Local councillors are calling on the county council to act urgently to curb a growing pothole plaque across the borough.

A sofa was among the many discarded items blotting the landscape

Pendle fly-tippers strike again

A concerned Pendle resident has highlighted another example of fly-tipping in the area.
Hundreds of homes and businesses in the town were badly hit by two lots of flood damage

£1m boost for flood defences

Flood campaigner Coun. David Whipp is celebrating following the announcement of £1m to boost defences in Earby.

Court artist sketch by Elizabeth Cook of Husnain Rashid in the dock at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London, where he appeared accused of helping would-be terrorists prepare attacks, including by sharing a photo of Prince George and his school address on social media

Nelson man accused of aiding terrorists by sharing Prince George school details

A Nelson man has appeared in court accused of helping would-be terrorists prepare attacks, including by sharing a photo of Prince George and his school address on social media.
Celebrating news of the pilot scheme are (from left) County Coun. Azhar Ali, Coun. Mohammed Iqbal, Alison Goode, Dean Langton and Grant Funding Manager Kathy Titterton

Pendle lands a lottery windfall

Pendle has landed a share of a huge National Lottery windfall.

Alkincoats Park

New restrictions for Pendle dog owners?

Dog walkers in Pendle parks could be forced to keep their pets on leads.

A Dodge Viper at this years Pendle Powerfest

Pendle Powerfest is going global

This year’s Pendle Powerfest is about to take to the worldwide stage.


In pictures: Pendle remembers war dead

Pendle came to a standstill to observe a two minute's silence on Armistice Day on Saturday with official ceremonies taking place in Barley and Nelson.
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