We have LIFT OFF!

Former Cinema to become a multicultural  ‘Hub on the High Street’ The Exchange launches a 5 year business plan and fundraising strategy to bring communities together Flags from across the globe, representing the diversity of races and religions, cultures and communities in Blackburn with Darwen will decorate The Exchange at a special event to launch…

Nudrat is New Trustee

The Trustees of Re:Source, the charity behind the development of The Exchange, Blackburn are delighted to welcome Nudrat Alexxander Mughal to the team. Nudrat has worked in the arts, cultural and voluntary sector for over 9 years. She has a passion for working on ambitious projects that result in achieving positive impacts for communities. She…

Congratulations Caer!

Huge congratulations to Caerwen Butler, Manager of The Exchange who has passed her MBA and ILM Level 7 to finish her Senior Executive Level Apprenticeship. Caer, gained a distinction in her MBA and a merit in the ILM Level 7, passing with flying colours under challenging circumstances. Over the last 12 months she’s been juggling…

Hi to Aqilah!

We’re pleased to have been given additional resources to employ a new team member through the Government’s Kickstart Scheme which provides funding to create new jobs and training opportunities for 16 to 24 year olds. Aqilah Mohammed is a qualified person centred counsellor who’s passion has always been to help people. She has volunteered for…

Through the Round Window!

The full splendour of The Exchange is being witnessed for the first time, as close-up photos are released showing the beautiful architectural detail of the building. Drone photography funded by a grant from Boost; Lancashire’s Business Growth Hub shows the detail of the rose window. Rose window is often used as a generic term applied to a…

Gosha’s Painting goes for Gold

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.