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Calling all amateur gardeners and floral artists

After the phenomenal success of previous Chorley Flower Shows, Chorley Council, is urging gardeners and floral artists of all ages to take the opportunity of entering the amateur competitions at this year's show.

Residents invited to give views on Clean Air Strategy

The public consultation will help the Council finalise the Clean Air Strategy and prioritise future actions.

G7 Speaker's conference coming to Chorley's Astley Hall

Set to firmly put Chorley on the world's stage, the conference will host a selection of the most prominent and influential politicians across the world. Photo credit: ©UK Parliament/Ian Robinson

Councillor Steve Holgate will continue as Mayor for 2021/22

The extension of the Mayor's term was announced at the Annual Full Council Meeting on 18 May

La Boheme at Astley Hall's Walled Garden

Performance will return to Astley Hall's walled garden in September with opera, La Boheme.

Tributes to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

Everybody at Chorley Council is saddened by the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Investment into Coppull's open space

Residents in Coppull will soon be able to access a new improved open space and play area as a result of significant investment.

Chorley Council has stepped in to tackle digital exclusion across the borough by committing to provide home-schooling devices for local children.

Recent consultation with schools in the area highlighted how many pupils found it difficult to learn from home during lockdown because they didn't have access to the proper technology.

Improving biodiversity across the borough

A number of environmental initiatives have been ongoing across the borough in a bid to improve biodiversity

The future looks bright for Chorley with major improvement projects set for this year

2021 is set to be the year several major improvement projects across the borough come to life.

State of the art £11 million business and industrial hub set for Alker Lane, Euxton

Businesses looking to relocate or set-up in Chorley are being asked to get in touch to speak with the team about premises options in a new 75,650 sqft scheme in Alker Lane, Euxton.

Chorley Leisure centres primed for reopening in April

Residents in Chorley can look forward to spending time in the gym or making a splash in the pool as all the Chorley Council-run facilities are set to re-open from 12 April.

1000 trees planted in Chorley as part of climate change action.

A thousand trees have been planted at Yarrow Meadows by FCC Environment.

Visitors returning to Chorley town centre will see a number of changes.

As businesses start to reopen and more visitors begin to return to Chorley town centre, they may notice a number of changes.

Commitment to Chorley's green agenda accelerates

Chorley residents will have the chance to shape how the borough tackles the impact of climate change

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