is an imposing building at the centre of the town, designed by John Gibson of Westminster. Its pediment is in fine carved stone with two central female figures on a pedestal. The left hand one represents Lancashire (cotton spinning and weaving industries) and the right hand one Yorkshire (engineering and agriculture).
Some feel that it has declined somewhat of recent years, but is still worth visiting. It was once well known as the only one for some miles open on Good Friday.
has some of its most attractive and interesting stretches within the town's boundary.
is a Grade 1 listed building that dates from Tudor times and was once a post office.