This weekend, The Exchange invites the community to embark on a festive journey through time with its inaugural historic Christmas Tree Festival.
Alongside the physical building restoration, we are seeking funding for a community heritage and engagement project to work with volunteers.
Trustees welcome business leader to the board.
Clitheroe artist, Gosha Gibek has used the Covid lockdown to create a beautiful new image of The Exchange bringing her distinctive style of colour, light and movement to a fantastic new painting which will be on display when the building reopens to the public.
A successful quick turnaround application to the Boost Team at Lancashire County Council has delivered a £5k Covid recovery grant to support the charity Re:Source to kickstart the development plans for The Exchange coming out of lockdown.
A team of experts will sit down with the trustees of The Exchange to map out the business plan and fundraising journey.
Plans to regenerate the Cotton Exchange in Blackburn into a town centre community hub and iconic arts venue are taking a giant leap forward thanks to a significant funding boost from the Architectural Heritage Fund.
Lancashire Women is a charity working towards a Lancashire where all women are valued and treated as equals, and are empowered to be able to transform their lives.
The Illicits released the single Left Behind in November and filmed the video in The Exchange.
Near Neighbours and Action Factory host a celebration of culture, community and entertainment exploring the ideas of wisdom, faith, tradition and industry as part of Interfaith Week.
21,000 people from all around the world descended on the Exchange for the launch a new adidas trainer named after the town.