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A family run business, in the 1950s it became one of the first UK tour operators to offer overseas holidays to its customers.
The company became part of Airtours when David Crossland purchased a series of small travel agencies across Lancashire in 1972, which in turn merged with the Thomas Cook Group in June 2007 Situated on the edge of the Pennines, Colne has views of several well-known hills.
The adjacent retail park contains a large ASDA supermarket and stores for Next, Argos Extra and DFS.
Boundary Mill Stores, one of the first factory outlets in the UK, was established here in 1983, but in 2008 it moved into purpose built premises closer to the end of the M65 motorway.
The churchyard used to house the market cross and wooden stocks on wheels and people were placed in these on market days. By 1296, a corn mill and a fulling mill had been established down by the river. By the 15th century, Colne had become the main market town in the area with markets (latterly held on Tuesdays) and a major centre for the woollen trade, in particular for the production of lightweight kersey.
There is, however, some debate among local historians as to whether the Romans may have stayed at Castercliff.
Colne's former cotton industry has all but disappeared.
Many of the textile weaving mills that used to punctuate the landscape have been demolished to make way for new retail outlets and modern housing.
is a town and civil parish in Lancashire, England, six miles north-east of Burnley, 25 miles east of Preston, 25 miles north of Manchester and 30 miles west of Leeds.
It is a market town and the cross allowing a market to be held there dates to the 15th century.