Bingley's Old Main Street has buildings dating back to to at least the mid 17th century, one of them a coaching inn sited strategically by Ireland Bridge over the River Aire. It was on the Leeds to Kendal coach route and coaches would have stopped here for refreshment and perhaps a change of horses. The inn has the characteristic stone lanterns on its gable (above), identifying that it once belonged to the Knights of the Order of St John. The street is still cobbled and is quite attractive, though it always has cars parked along its length. The main road was moved in 1904 to the other side of the church (to the right of my photo above) slicing through the church's graveyard.
The church has an interesting old sundial on its tower, underneath the clock.