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6 hours ago in Sport
Magpies’ manager Garry Flitcroft hailed ‘a magic performance’ which put Chorley through to the last 32 of the FA Trophy.
CHORLEY’S sporting stars took centre stage at the Town Hall when they received public recognition for their amazing achievements.
6 hours ago in News
Mind is calling for all people with mental health problems to be taken off mainstream Government back-to-work schemes and moved onto a specialist programme.
THE sweet smell of success is in the air for one Adlington business.
RULES aimed at protecting Chorley’s open spaces and keeping them safe for people’s use are currently under review and people are being urged to have their say on whether any changes are necessary.
A chocolate producer has located to new premises and acquired new machinery to increase production.
South Ribble women’s refuge, Clare House, is asking local people for help in supporting vulnerable families in their communities this Christmas with the launch of its Wish Tree.
Auditions for the next Buckshaw VAMP show 'Gaslight' will take place on Thursday, December 18 at the Scout Hut on Milestone Meadow, Euxton at 7.30pm.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after an 18-year-old man and his 22- year-old brother were assaulted outside the Black Bull Pub last month.
A 10-year-old schoolgirl is the lucky winner of a design a Christmas card competition run by two of the town’s local supermarkets.
SHOPPERS in Chorley will benefit from additional opening hours on Chorley’s Covered Market in the run up to Christmas.
A MEALS on Wheels service which has recently been rolled out to older people across is proving a huge success.
A new pub has opened in one of Chorley's rapidly expanding villages.
FOUR Lancashire Councils made £924,000 out of parking charges in 2013/2014, a new report has revealed.
Those need a help with finances are being invited to use a new team of budget advisors in South Ribble.
A CHILDREN'S hospice will receive a cash boost worth tens of thousands pounds after two of television's biggest shows pledged support.
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