The road at the railway bridge on Church Lane will be closed between 11:30pm until 9am the folloing morning over 5 consecutive weekends as follows:-
– Saturday 17th October 2020 until Sunday 18th October 2020 – Saturday 24th October 2020 until Sunday 25th October 2020 – Saturday 31st October 2020 until Sunday 1st November 2020 – Saturday 7th November 2020 until Sunday 8th November 2020 – Saturday 14th November 2020 until Sunday 15th November 2020
The temporary closures are to allow Network Rail bridge repair works to be carried out.
A diversion aroud the closure is:- Church Lane – Chorley Lane – Charter Lane
A section of Church Lane will be closed from Monday 3rd August until Sunday 30th August between 8am-5pm to allow Electricity North West to install high voltage cable works. The closure will be between Preston Road to its
junction with Leeson Avenue.
An alternative route for traffic will be: Preston Road – Chorley Lane – Church Lane
The traffic order and diversion route can be viewed here:
Meet your local plan officers face-to-face at a drop-in events being held at Charnock Richard Scout Hut on Wednesday 15th January 2020 between 10am-12pm.
They will be on hand to give survey guidance, explain submission maps and help you share your opinions on what matters in the area. The session will be attended by at least one member of the planning policy team for Chorley, as well as a member of the Central Lancashire team.
For more information visit: https://centrallocalplan.lancashire.gov.uk/
Chorley Probus Club is a social club for retired people looking for something to fill their time, meet new friends and enjoy a chat over a cuppa.
They meet every 2 weeks in an informal setting at St Georges Club Church Institute, Trinity Rd, Chorley, PR7 2DN. On the 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month.
Activities are varied based on member requests, so you can be sure of a mixture of interesting events.
They hold informative talks which have previously included the Lightoller of the Titanic (A son of Chorley) and Bloodbikes (Enjoying a Motor Bike whilst helping the community).
Factory visits have also been held which have included Heysham Nuclear Power Station, Airbus, and Amazon.
Social activities have included sailing on the Bridgewater canal whilst enjoying a 1st class lunch.
If you, or someone you know, would be interested in becoming a member please contact Club secretary,
Mr. Keith Woan on 01257 278759 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.