HERITAGE IN THE PRESS – February 2015

Independent stores are the future of town says retail expert

Public consultation for Rishton canalside ‘masterplan’

Project seeks to find the past of Brockhall and Calderstones

East Lancs cotton industry subject of TV documentary

Civic Society’s ‘dismay’ at proposals

Plans to transform Waterfoot primary school into housing

Haslingden clock to be restored

Future of derelict Stacksteads chapel discussed

Pioneer buildings set for revamp as Bacup THI gets going

Tower of London poppy handed to Stonyhurst College

Victorian antiques mill back on the market

Five-year Darwen church window repairs complete

East Lancashire residents invited to get in touch with nature on Pendle Hill

Developers change controversial plans to build 270 houses at Colne beauty spot

MP ‘delight’ as £34m mill plan gets go-ahead

Funding boost to improve ‘beautiful’ area of Accrington woodland

Parts of Blackburn ‘destroyed’ by thefts of York slabs

Ambitious plans to launch virtual museum featuring thousands of Darwen artefacts

Is Brierfield Mills revival plan safe?

Happy days at Roughlee amusement park