Bus Service Termination

It was brought to the Parish Council’s attention that the C7 Bus service which runs between Lower Adlington, Chorley, Charnock Richard, Eccleston & Croston will be being ended by Stagecoach on 4th February 2017. The service is vital for many residents so they can travel to Chorley & the surroundings areas for work & personal reasonsContinue reading “Bus Service Termination”

Valentine’s Coffee Morning

On Saturday 11th February the Community Centre Trust will be holding a Winter Warmer Coffee Morning between 10am-12pm at the Old School on Charter Lane. There will be tea, coffee, cakes & a raffle. So why not pop down for 5 minutes for a drink & a catch up. All proceeds raised will go towards the restoration ofContinue reading “Valentine’s Coffee Morning”

Winter Warmer Coffee Morning

On Saturday 21st January the Community Centre Trust will be holding a Winter Warmer Coffee Morning between 10am-12pm at the Old School on Charter Lane. There will be tea, coffee, cakes & a raffle. So why not pop down for 5 minutes for a drink & a catch up. All proceeds raised will go towards the restorationContinue reading “Winter Warmer Coffee Morning”

Christmas Coffee Morning

On Saturday 10th December the Community Centre Trust will be holding a Christmas Coffee Morning between 10am-12pm at the Old School on Charter Lane. There will be tea, coffee, mince pies & a raffle. So why not pop down for 5 minutes for a drink & a catch up. All proceeds raised will go towardsContinue reading “Christmas Coffee Morning”

Mill Lane Planters

The Mill Lane Gateway into Charnock Richard was perceived by the Parish Council as a problem spot, at it’s junction with Preston Road the vacant land was being used for a number of purposes that didn’t enhance the area, firstly it was being used as a car park for commuters who were co-sharing transport andContinue reading “Mill Lane Planters”

Best Kept Village Competition 2016

Presentation Evening 2016 The annual presentation evening was held for this year’s awards at Charnock Richard Football Club on November 10th. The evening recognises and celebrates the efforts that have been made throughout the year in the gardens and elsewhere, by the residents of this village, that help to make our village a little bitContinue reading “Best Kept Village Competition 2016”

Best Kept Garden Presentation Evening

On 10th November the winners were announced for Charnock Richard’s Annual Best Kept Garden Competition. The evening was held in the Football Club on Charter Lane & the awards were presented by the Parish Council Chairman Mel Almond & the Mayor of Chorley, Mrs. Doreen Dickinson. Click here to read about the evening & find out theContinue reading “Best Kept Garden Presentation Evening”

A Green Flag for Yarrow Valley

Green flags are flying high over Chorley as its popular parks and recreation grounds won national recognition for their quality and standards. Astley Park, Yarrow Valley County Park, Withnell Local Nature reserve, and Tatton and Coronation recreations grounds once again met the tough standards put in place by Green Flag Awards, an organisation that inspectsContinue reading “A Green Flag for Yarrow Valley”