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Pleasington Street, Blackburn, Lancashire

Alderbank consists of 22 properties off Pleasington Street to the west of the town centre completed in 1990.

Blackburn was mentioned as Blacheburne in Domesday and is thought to derive its name from 'dark stream'. It lies about eight miles east of Preston to the north of the West Pennine Moors on the southern edge of the Ribble Valley. An old Roman military road passed just to the east of the present day cathedral. The town was one of the first industrialised towns in the world due to its proximity to the then expanding textile industry. The Lancashire cotton-weaving industry eventually declined in the 20th century.

Facilities include estate Management Services.

Access: Blackburn is situated about eight miles east of Preston and about 13 miles north of Bolton. Burnley is about ten miles to the north-east and Clitheroe also ten miles. The M65 skirts the southern boundary of the town and junctions 3,4,5 and 6 are all less than four miles. Fast trains to London (Euston) take less than three hours.
Scheme Features: Local Amenities: Environment:
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