Colne High Street
Shopping in Colne’s High Street is all about the Independent scene. One continuous road jam-packed with local, independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Colne has plentiful FREE parking (but please remember to use your parking disc or pick one up from a local shop or Colne Town Hall).
Colne still has all those unique services and shops that you won’t find on many high streets – from key cutting and shoe repairs, musical instruments, to a local bookstore, tabacconist and old fashion sweet shop. Colne’s steep curves and unique landscape help define an area that has a very distinct feel and is a shopping hub for locals from the surrounding areas who go about their daily lives grabbing fresh fruit and veg from the greengrocers, stopping at the local butchers, getting a haircut at the local barber and being pulled in by the smells of freshly cooked Artisan bread from Deerstones Bakery.
As you continue to down Albert Road and venture off into the side streets, you will find even more independent businesses selling everything for house and home, bridalwear, a florist, party shop, clothing, Upholstery and Soft Furnishings and more. It might be a longer stretch of the town but all within walking distance. It is perfect to mooch from shop to shop and you can easily spend an afternoon, if not a whole day here.
Come to Colne For Home & Interiors
If you love quirky interiors – modern, retro and vintage or grabbing a bargain in an Antique or charity shop, then Colne High Street is a must visit for you. Colne has an eclectic mix of wonderful home and interior shops from fabric & upholstery, home improvement and furniture shops you will find everything from kitchens to log burners, wallpaper to lighting , Ceramic tiles and up-cycled furniture. You won’t have to look further than a visit to Colne to turn your house into the home of your dreams.
Colne’s Shopping Arcades
Colne boasts two newly refurbished shopping arcades. They’re filled with independent niche shops, offering a unique shopping experience whatever the weather! The elegantly restored Shackleton Hall Arcade dates back to 1888 and retains many of its original features. The unique ‘Arcade’ further up the hill offers a range of quirky independent shops, Deerstones Artisan Bakery, traditional sweet shop, tobacconist and a café, each with period shop fronts decorated in colours to suit the Victorian Renaissance.
There are plenty of pubs, restaurants and cafes to choose from to recharge and just take in the atmosphere day or evening. Head to our Eat & Drink page.