The Leeds & Liverpool Canal powered the Industrial Revolution
in Pennine Lancashire.

200 years on from the canal’s birth we want to stage a new creative revolution, this time powered by art and people.


Beyond Labels: In Young Men’s Shoes Goes on Tour

Following the success of the spoken word poetry project with young men from Hollins Technology College in Accrington, the group are taking to venues across Pennine Lancashire to spread the word of 'looking beyond the label'.

Join us to celebrate 200 years of our wonderful waterway!

This year marks 200 years of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. Join us this week for some special events that celebrate the waterway that fuelled the Industrial Revolution and is now inspiring the Super Slow Way creative revolution in Pennine Lancashire!


Reflections on Shapes of Water, Sounds of Hope

Elena Adorni, our Community Commissions Assistant, who has recently moved to Pendle, worked with filmmaker Graham Kay to interview over 50 people from the community for Suzanne Lacy's major project, Shapes of Water, Sounds of Hope. Here she shares her reflections on the time she has spent in the mill and with the people who are so connected to it.
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13 hours ago
RT @IMcMillan: Lovely piece about a memorable project!!
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1 day ago
RT @ruth_shorrock: Today's egg team waiting for visitors at Finsley Gate, Burnley. We are open from 12-4pm all weekend. @Superslowway @exb
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2 days ago
RT @TheDbleNgtve: “Why can’t great art happen here in Pennine Lancashire?” Introducing: @Superslowway!!