About the council
Chorley Council is a local authority in central Lancashire that has been working for its communities since the formation of the Borough of Chorley in 1974. As an organisation, we strive to be forward thinking, inclusive, and innovative in order to deliver high quality and accessible services for our customers.
Astley Hall, Coach House and Park is a beautiful tourist spot located next to Chorley town centre offering families and friends a great day out.
Digital inclusion is very important to us, we want to ensure our residents are able to make the most and benefit from the use of technology. We work with partners to provide free digital skills support across the borough.
Situated within Chorley's historic Town Hall, the Lancastrian is a large function room offering great facilities for up to 380 people with a licensed bar and spacious stage. This beautiful and very versatile room is available to hire for all kinds of events. Find out how the venue could be the perfect setting for your event whether it's a concert or awards ceremony, dance or exhibition, conference or wedding.
Information on council spending, policies, strategies and other information about the council
The Member of Parliament for Chorley is Sir Lindsay Hoyle. MPs represent the interests of the people living in their constituency and split their time between the House of Commons (which is part of the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London) and offices in their own constituency.
As a local authority we have an important role to support the emergency services in the case of a major emergency within the borough.