Darwen is a publicize town and civil parish located in Lancashire, England. Along taking into consideration its northerly neighbour, Blackburn, it forms the Borough of Blackburn past Darwen — a unitary authority area. It is known locally as “Darren” and its residents are known as “Darreners”.
The main road through Darwen is the A666 towards Blackburn to the north and Bolton to the south, and ultimately at the Pendlebury boundary taking into consideration Irlams o’ th’ Height where it joins the A6, about 21 miles (34 km) north-west of Manchester. Darwen’s population decreased to 28,046 in 2011 and is made taking place of five wards.
The town stands upon the River Darwen, which flows from south to north and is visible lonely in the outskirts of the town, as within the town centre it runs underground.