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He bought the block of shops and old snooker hall on the corner of Burnley Road and Market Street and has transformed the rundown once derelict eyesore into smart shops with an artists' studio on the first floor.
He added: 'The family, me and my three sons, really care about what happens to Bacup.
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'I am an expert in rescuing old buildings; look at St Mary's Chambers, that was in a dreadful state before we bought it, and St James Church in Waterfoot.
Longer term, he said they saw the area as a focal point for the regeneration of Bacup.
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Brian's father Billy was a stonemason and then bricklayer and worked for the firm who built the building.
The 70 year old is chairman of Waterfoot based B and E Boys, which he runs with his three sons.
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Brian, who started his business in a joinery shop in Albion Mill in the town, now owns the former Regal Cinema on Burnley Road.
DEVELOPER Brian Boys has bought the cinema his dad helped to build in Bacup.
The premises has had a colourful history, being home to a music hall, bingo and cinema, but now the only frequent visitors are the scores of pigeons that roost in the roof.
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Brian said: 'When I came here it was all coal mines and shoe and slipper firms, the town was alive then. I used to finish at 6pm and go to the King George, which I now own as flats, and then to the Con Club and the town was buzzing.
He said the encouragement he received from people who had seen the transformation of that area of Bacup had spurred him on to look at other premises.
He then put it up for auction at Manchester's Old Trafford, but when it failed to realise its asking price, Brian stepped in and snapped up the building.
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'The shops on Market Street were money well spent because of the amount of people ringing me up and stopping me in the street to say, "What a good job. Bacup is always being neglected."'
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