£5m plans unveiled for iconic Blackburn town centre buildings

‘Plans to transform one of Blackburn’s most iconic buildings from a derelict shell into a cinema, bar, coffee shop and theatre space have gone on display for the first time.

The former Apollo cinema, a grade II-listed building constructed in 1863, was also once the town’s Cotton Exchange. The King William Street building is set for a £5million revamp into a centre for arts, culture and business by charity Re:Source Blackburn.’

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