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Tourist guide to Crawshawbooth
Crawshawbooth straddles the A56 and is just beyond Rawtenstall on the way to Burnley.
At first sight it looks to be industrial, but there is an ancient centre down by the Limey Water which runs down to meet the Irwell.
Here are handloom weavers' cottages and a fine example of a still functional Quaker Meeting House, which was built in 1715.
Inside is a chair once used by George Fox, the founder of the sect.