This is your chance to help us find a local landmark for the Accrington Observer to incorporate into its masthead.
We asked our readers to nominate four iconic sites that all the people of Hyndburn can take pride in.
And the favoured sights that received most nominations are Accrington town hall, the Market hall, Accrington viaduct and the Gothic House on St James's Street in the town centre.
We now want our readers to go online and vote to decide which one makes it as our winner.
Click on 'View gallery' tio see the four options, and cast your vote on the poll on the right of this page
Accrington Observer editor Gareth Tidman said "We are looking for a local landmark to represent the borough and the newspaper.
"We want our readers to help us choose an iconic sight that all our readers can take great pride in."
Other readers bombarded us with emails suggesting landmarks to feature on the masthead. Here are a few of them:
- There is a case for the acorn but I think the symbol wouldn't for many people be strongly associated with Accrington - John F, via email
- What about St James's Church, Church Kirk? - Mark Entwsitle, via email
- What about the ABC steps on Blackburn Road, next to the railway line just before Church or the Coke Ovens besides the Leeds-Liverpool canal? - Name and address supplied
- What about the gothic house on St James 's Street next to library? It is a distinguished town centre building recognized by all - Peter Dugdale, via email
- How about instead of a single item, a composite skyline of a selection of the landmarks suggested. I'm thinking of a silhouette that could run the width of the page?- Paul Maguire, Clayton Le Moors
- There are a number of beautiful landmarks throughout Hyndburn, but I believe that the landmark would need to be one that is easily accessible and maintain some of its original styling. Thats why i believe that the iconic image should either be The Gate Clock on Town Gate Great Harwood or Mercer Hall Baths also in Great Harwood.
- These were built for the people of Hyndburn by the Mercer family and are two of the most iconic town/borough defining monuments in east Lancashire. Both monuments are on central routes through Great Harwood. giving them an advantage of being seen by hundreds of people on numerous bus and car journeys every day. I hope you decide to use one of these two magnificent buildings. - Gareth Molineux