There's always lots to do and see in Chorley, from discovering our beautiful countryside, a spot of shopping at unique independent retailers or attending theatre performances and events. Here's just a selection of what's going on in Chorley this February half term and beyond!
Chorley Council, in partnership with Lancashire Police are encouraging venues to "Get SAVI". The Council in conjunction with Lancashire Police are the first to work together on the Licensing SAVI initiative.
What's Your Story Chorley returns for 2024 offering a chance to see contributions from many authors, writers, poets, songwriters and speakers
Come along for a fun, free day, for all ages on Saturday 23 March 2024.
Chorley Council pledge continued investment in vital services and innovative projects to benefit residents, businesses and communities as part of its 2024/25 budget proposals
In the face of ongoing uncertainty around future funding for local government, Chorley Council is proposing a balanced and ambitious budget, with continued investment to ensure that Chorley is an even better place to live, work and visit.
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From 1 - 24 December 2023, the 1 hour free parking currently offered on town centre car parks (except Flat Iron) will be extended to 3 hours free parking (with the exception of the Flat Iron car park which will be 2 hours free parking), with a time of arrival ticket required.
Chorley marks its commitment to supporting the borough's economy, supporting thriving, green communities and continuing delivery of excellent services
Chorley's Corporate Strategy for 2023/24 approved at a full Council meeting on 21 November, sees refreshed commitments to making sure that the council continues to support the borough to thrive, delivering excellent services and a thriving economy to ensure that residents are able to succeed.
Once in a generation funding boost for Chorley - £20m in funding has been granted from Government's Levelling Up fund for town centre improvements
Following a bid submitted in June 2022, Chorley Council has been successful in securing £20m from the Government's Levelling Up fund (third round) for the regeneration of Chorley Town Centre.
Visitors can enjoy a full day of festive fun, in Chorley town centre on Sunday 19 November for the Christmas Lights Switch On and Totally Locally Chorley Christmas Market.
Chorley Council have officially acquired the town's bus station from Lancashire County Council, meaning they will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the much-used town centre asset.
Get ready to be dazzled! Astley Park Bonfire and Fireworks returns on Sunday 5 November, bringing you a spectacular display and mouthwatering festive treats.