The famous annual festival of words returns on Saturday 25 March which will bring well known authors, storytellers, and poets to Chorley town centre.
Chorley Council delivers balanced budget proposals, focussing on excellent services and key investments to support communities despite ongoing economic concerns
The council is seeking resident views on their plans before a full decision will be made in February.
A final Freedom of the Borough parade to take place through Chorley Town Centre by 3 Medical Regiment on Saturday 28 January
Residents are invited to come along to view 3 Medical Regiment - a Regular Army unit based in Preston which provides front line medical support - take their final Freedom of the Borough march through Chorley Town Centre on 28 January
The Bees Kitchen and Deli at Primrose Gardens is now open and is the latest exciting addition to the council-owned residential village.
Residents in Chorley are being asked for their views on where future development should take place as a new local plan is drawn up for central Lancashire.
Up to £100,000 funding available to community groups and organisations to help residents of Chorley through the cost-of-living crisis
Chorley Council have allocated a total of £100,000 to distribute to local community groups and organisations through its Large Community Fund.
Chorley Council are offering free weekly sessions in partnership with UDevelop to help hundreds of Chorley residents use online services such as Chorley's My Account, 'My GP', online banking and just about anything you're struggling with.