Edwin Waugh10 Market Street
Spacious single-floor Wetherspoon's with large windows at the front and to one side, and a small patio to the rear. The pub is named after the dialect poet Edwin Waugh, who died in 1890 and was described as the Burns of Lancashire. The pub is comfortably furnished with easy chairs, plus a few booths, and decorated with scenes of local history. The beer cellar is located on the first floor above the bar. Food is served until 10pm. The beer range changes often and quite regularly supports local family and micro-breweries such as Phoenix. An extensive menu featuring vegetarian and child options is served all day, every day.