The Super Slow Way is a cultural development programme that covers 20 miles of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal corridor stretching through East Lancashire from Blackburn in the west, through Hyndburn and Burnley, and ending in Pendle in the east.

Working with partners across the area, the Super Slow Way values and develops social spaces where people can express their own cultural identities and celebrate their own everyday creativity, whether singing in the mosque or on the football terrace or choosing what to wear in the morning.

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Part time Programme Administrator (Maternity Cover)

Unlocking the potential of the Leeds & Liverpool canal in Pennine Lancashire: Feasibility Study launched

Proposed Pennine Lancashire Linear Park to provide opportunities for people to live, play and be inspired along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal

 

British Textile Biennial 2021 programme announced for 1 – 31 October 2021

British Textile Biennial returns in 2021 with new artist commissions, exhibitions and performances

Talk to Us – Community Conversations

Invitation to focus groups

 

Linear Park feasibility study

Publica appointed to carry out the feasibility study for the Pennine Lancashire Linear Park concept along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal corridor from Nelson to Blackburn

British Textile Biennial dates for 2021 announced

British Textile Biennial returns in 2021 with new artist commissions, exhibitions and performances