It's an old chapel at the end of a terraced street, and is nothing much to look at, we knew it was open as there was a cheerful bloke having a brew outside when we arrived. Through the narrow doorway into the main section, to the right is a very full cutting table and I assume a till, a table with some elastic, trimmings etc then the room opens up and the fabric is there. Oh yes, the fabric is there, lots of it, more than you're imagining - let's put it this way, there's a side room housing only tartan and checked fabrics.
The pricing structure is simple, the bolts and rolls are piled up and on the end of each shelf there's a price per metre. There's an amazing jumble sale of a room at the back where all fabrics are £1 a metre, all types of fabric from upholstery to nets. I was looking for quilting fabric, someone else was looking for curtain fabric and two groups of ladies were planning to make clothes. I think I bought something from the more expensive end of the scale, £5/m, ideal for my pink quilt.
Service is quick and efficient, browsing is neither.
Did I mention it's cheap? It's also cold, wrap up well! If you need to warm up afterwards there's an Oddies bakers nearby, perfect for a butter pie, or my favourite East Lancastrian delicacy - the potato pasty (it's a pasty full of mash).