Overlooking the town is Ormskirk's Parish Church,
architecturally one of England's most unusual churches, as it is
one of only three with both a tower and a spire. The steeple dates
back to the 15th century, with the massive tower added on a century
later. As well as fragments of Saxon and Celtic masonry in the east
wall, the church features 12th century Norman work in the north
side of the chancel, adding to the historical and architectural
heritage within the beautiful building.