Otley is famous as the birthplace in 1718 of Thomas Chippendale, the cabinet-maker and furniture designer whose Georgian designs are still popular. His statue (well camouflaged!) stands next to the former Prince Henry's Grammar School, which he attended. It's an attractive building, dating back to 1614 but extensively altered in 1790 in the Elizabethan style. It is no longer a school. It was used as a courthouse and I think is now offices.
Otley was also the birthplace of Mike Tindall, the English rugby player who recently married Zara Phillips, daughter of the Princess Royal and granddaughter of the Queen - our second royal wedding of the year. Reputedly the Queen asked him if he was going to get his (famously bent) nose straightened out before the wedding - but he said no! ("Off with his head!" she was then heard to mutter.... er, no, I'm only joking.)