Back to the 60s for Colne Mod weekend

Burnley and Pendle Citizen: Tracey Murray from Burnley, left, with Paul Lally and Natasha Mellor, both from Accrington Tracey Murray from Burnley, left, with Paul Lally and Natasha Mellor, both from Accrington

A MOD invasion hit Colne with the first North by North West Festival over the weekend.

The two-day event based around Colne Muni, organised by Pendle Leisure Trust and Doc Redeye Events, saw Bruce Foxton, founder member of The Jam, and the ever-popular Bad Manners led by Buster Bloodvessel headline the event, amongst other bands and DJs.

A cavalcade of scooter clubs from around the region gathered on Saturday, and there was a rally featuring some vintage Vespas and Lambrettas. They were joined by a fleet of Mini lovers.

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