Colne is the second largest town and civil parish in the Borough of Pendle. It is an ideal place for a morning walk around the countryside or a night out of entertainment within the town centre. This beautifully kept town has won the North West in Bloom competition, and the surrounding beautiful villages and open countryside have helped in fuelling the growth of Colne’s tourism.
If you’re up for some adventure, Urban Altitude will have your adrenaline rushing with its high and low rope courses, 60-metre Zip-Wire, Leap of Faith, Jacobs Ladder, Climbing Wall and Power Fan Free-fall. This outdoor aerial assault course is perfect for all ages who are looking for a fantastic time and unforgettable outdoor adventure.
The Colne Municipal Hall or more known as the “The Muni”, which lies in the heart of the town centre, offers a great place for a night out with family or friends. It provides year-round entertainment, including concerts, exhibitions, pantomime, etc. Its spacious dance floor and bar offers an ideal venue for ballroom dancing. The country’s biggest and most famous Blues Festival which attracts a lot of attendees is being held in The Muni every year.
Aside from the different outdoor activities and awesome nightlife, Colne also offers access to a picturesque countryside. The Wycoller Village and Country Park, for instance, is a visitor gem in its own right with its scenic views and walking routes. The Wycoller Hall, now a stunning ruin, is said to be the inspiration of one of the Bronte sisters’ novels, Ferndean Manor.