Pay a visit to Holden Wood Antiques Centre, where beautiful treasures await you. Photography: Sarah Valentine

Holden Wood Antiques combines shopping, history and a bite to eat – it’s sure to have you reaching for the car keys.

Holden Wood Antiques Centre and Tearooms is set in a converted Grade II listed church, but it’s the treasures that the building contains that will leave you breathless.

Filled to the brim with amazing antiques and collectables, everything you see has a story to tell. Furniture, pottery, books, art, clocks, watches and jewellery – all of of the unique items on display are available to purchase.

One of the original founders of Holden Wood is John Ainscough, an antiques expert with more than 30 years’ experience. Ask him about one of the antiques centre’s many goods and he’ll supply you with its back story.

No day out is complete without a spot of lunch and the on-site tearoom offers an array of locally sourced, home-cooked meals and freshly baked cakes in the centre’s tranquil conservatory. Open seven days a week, it’s not to be missed!

If you would also like to explore the concept of pottery collecting, Holden Wood’s UK Art Pottery business is a great place to start. The independent retailer of quality British art pottery has been located within Holden Wood Antiques for over 10 years and offers works by David Burnham Smith, Moorcroft and Dennis Chinaworks. Visit the website for more information – www.ukartpottery.com.

Holden Wood Antiques
Grane Road, Haslingden BB4 4AT
01706 830803



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