Antique Centre Lancashire
The centre is arranged over two floors with a mixture of open displays and closed cabinets. All closed cabinets can be accessed by our staff at reception, note the cabinet number of interest, quote it to a member of staff and they will open the cabinet for you to view items. Toilet facilities are situated on the ground floor. The Rossendale Valley Lancashire comprises of 4 main areas: Bacup, Haslingden, Rawtenstall and Whitworth covering approx 54 square miles in total.
Lancashires Local Attractions
Lancashire Walks - The Rossendale Way is known as a circuit walk and in total is approximately 45 miles, it can be divided into 8 shorter walks from 3.5 miles up to 8 miles in length. For information packs telephone Liz Entwistle, Rawtenstall Library on 01706 227911. Rossendale Shoe Trail Lancashire - This walk is marked by large ceramic footwear designs which draw on the areas strong relationship and history with the shoe manufacturing industry. The walk also celebrates the areas brick making heritage.
Pies, skiing and more to see and do
Lancashire folk visit the now famous Cissy Greens bakery on Dearngate, famous for their 1920s recipe pies. "Mr Fitzpatricks" famous lancashire temperance bar can be found in Rawtenstall, Mr Fitzpatricks We have the award winning East Lancashire Steam Railway in Rawtenstall and Helmshore Mills Textile Museum in Haslingden. Ski Rossendale is Lancashires (if not the North of Englands) premier dry ski slope and offers slopes for varying skill levels, it also has Snowboard and Tubing facilities.
Holden Wood Antiques, Grane Road, Haslingden, Lancashire, BB4 4AT - 01706 830803 - Tea Room 01706 211630
Antique Centre open 7 days a week 10am-5.30pm - Tea Room open 7 days a week 8.30-5pm (food served till 4pm - cakes and drinks till 5pm)
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