Built c 1780. Top o' th' Brow. The rear part of this building was home to William and Grace Grant after their arrival in Ramsbottom in 1806. Sons William and Daniel Grant owned the nearby Old Ground calico printworks. They are believed to be the inspiration for Charles Dickens' Cheeryble brothers in his 1838-39 novel Nicholas Nickleby. The present frontage was added and the house became The Grant Arms Hotel 1828.

11 Market Place, Ramsbottom, BL9 0LD, Ramsbottom, United Kingdom

Chartist leader. Peter Murray McDouall (1814-54) practised medicine in Ramsbottom from 1835-42, and was living here in 1842. In that year he alleged before a parliamentary committee that the Grant Brothers illegally paid wages in truck and led the two mile procession that delivered the Chartists' National Petition to Parliament.

18 Bolton Street Ramsbottom Bury Lancashire BL0 9HX, Ramsbottom, United Kingdom