A MASSIVE Colne Valley mill faces an uncertain future.
The owners of Bank Bottom Mills in Marsden have yet to decide what to do with the premises, after manufacturing stopped this summer.
Family-run woollen yarn spinner John Edward Crowther axed all 244 jobs at the mill in August, after failing to find a buyer for the business.
Several redundant mills in the Holme and Colne valleys have been given new leases of life by being converted to flats.
They include proposals to turn the six-storey Titanic Mills at Linthwaite into 121 flats, with leisure facilities including a beauty suite, gym, swimming pool and restaurant.
The Grade 2 listed building - empty for over a decade - was built in 1912, the same year the "unsinkable" liner Titanic went down with the loss of more 1,500 lives .
Developers Lowry Renaissance, of Manchester, say prices of one and two- bedroom flats will range from £80,000 to more than £200,000.
But Edward Lee, company secretary for John Edward Crowther, said no decision had yet been made about the fate of Bank Bottom Mills.
He added: "We are considering our options."
Mr Lee confirmed that manufacturing had stopped, but the company was still delivering stocks of goods from the mill.