www.chorleyhistorysociety.co.uk

Chorley Historical and Archaeological Society

Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month (except July) at Primrose Gardens,
(old Ambulance Hall site) Fleet Street Chorley PR7 2EE. (behind doctors surgery)
We start at 7:30pm, annual membership (
due at A.G.M.) is 7.50p (12 for couples) with a 1 charge on the door for members
(2 guests) inc. tea and biscuits. New members are welcome.
Click here for a location map. Note:It opens in a new window,

Last update 19 Sep 2021

 

Meetings will re-commence at Primrose Gardens on Tue 14th Sep 2021 with out AGM and Shirley Matthews' presentation.

 

The website on labour history in Lancashire is publicising our member John Harrison's book
A False Dawn Co-operation in Chorley 1830-1880.
You can check it out via the link below:

https://www.labourhistorylancs.com/library
Their main site is:
https://www.labourhistorylancs.com

The old Leyland Reservoir in Clayton-le-Woods has now been demolished. (2013)

Thanks to Kingswood Homes you can now download your own copy of the history booklet by clicking the image on the right.


Commemorative history booklet (pdf)

The Reservoir was demolished in Nov 2013 but a memorial garden has now been constructed by the A6 road opposite The Pines Hotel at Clayton Green. An information board has been erected to show a short illustrated history of the reservoir.
Click here for the introduction.

 

Romans to Roundabouts
Our very own book of the Society history with lots of  local history walks in the Chorley area.
Copies available for loan from
Chorley Library, Union Street Chorley,
PR7 1EB

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