Boundary Mills Colne (Factory Outlet)

Vivary Way

Tel: 01282479448

Opening Hours


10:00am – 8:00pm


10:00am – 8:00pm


10:00am – 8:00pm


10:00am – 8:00pm


10:00am – 8:00pm


10:00am – 8:00pm


10:00am – 5:00pm

We have a wide selection of shoes for Men and Women

Customer Reviews:


The first ever Boundary Mill shopping outlet to open, Colne’s Boundary Mill is now their flagship store. It was also one of the first factory outlets in the UK. With three eateries within the store, it is a shopping destination, a place where you can spend the day shopping the multiple product categories under one roof, from makeup, to homeware and footwear. The unique draw of this Charles Clinkard concession is their wide range of footwear brands, for both men and women.

Giving an insight into the lovely atmosphere within the concession are stories of their regulars. A sweet elderly couple would come to the shop every fortnight on a Sunday. The husband brought his wife shopping; she seemed to be suffering from Dementia. He would always request what was available by the brand Gabor in a ‘G’ width fitting with a mid-heel for her to look at.

Plenty of parking is available right outside and the store boasts good wheelchair access. Plenty of nearby bus stops including those on nearby Rigby Street take you to surrounding areas. Colne Railway Station is only 9 minutes away on foot, 3 if you take a taxi.

Nestled in the dramatic curves of Pendle Hill, the former cotton town, Colne is located on the edge of the breathtakingly stunning Pennines in the West of England. Following a successful shopping trip at our Boundary Mills store, seek nourishment in-house, in one of their two great eateries. Mrs B’s offers the ultimate British Afternoon Tea experience, serving a pretty selection of finger sandwiches, homemade cakes and pastries with a pot of tea. BB’s coffee shop offers a wide selection of classic lunch foods, including freshly made sandwiches, soups as well as coffee and cake. To maximise your stay in Colne, venture out of the Boundary Mills store and visit the Pendle Hippodrome Theatre (with twice daily shows like Madagascar the musical), walk up Pendle Hill or take one of the Foulridge canal cruises for a different perspective on the town’s scenery. The conductor who famously made Titanic’s Orchestra carry on playing whilst the ship sank, Wallace Hartley was born in Colne. If you are interested, there is a memorial to him on Albert Road in the town.

Every day is guaranteed to be different for Asqa. There are always new challenges to face and tasks to negotiate which she feels is the best thing about her job, as well as being able to meet and interact with new people every day. Always pushing herself to learn and develop as a manager keeps her motivated, and supporting and working closely with her team to exceed targets is a great feeling. Her biggest motivation at work is having an enthusiastic and determined team with the same passion as herself - to achieve targets, to deliver results above and beyond expectations and to excel in providing only the best to their customers when it comes to service and products.

Starting her journey with the company in 2013 in this very store, the English and Sociology graduate and keen swimmer was promoted from supervisor level when the previous manager left to move on and further her journey elsewhere. She recommends the Marco Tozzi Zina and Gabor Cardwell in store at the moment, and her two favourite styles ever purchased were Gabor Astori, a neat, classic and versatile boot, and Clarks Mortimer, a practical winter boot which is also comfortable and stylish. Upon winning the lottery, Asqa would purchase her shoes from Christian Louboutin or Giuseppe Zanotti, luxury brands that symbolise sophistication and class through their intelligent designs.