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  1. Thursday 19 October

    Skylarks Community Choir

    Singing for health and well-being! Do you love to sing, share music and make new friends? 

  2. Thursday 19 October

    Can't Draw Club

    A monthly night where the worse you think you are at drawing, the more you'll enjoy yourself! 


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  3. Saturday 21 October

    Hollinshead St URC Railway Show

    Chorley and Dist MRC are holding a Model Railway Show at Hollinshead St URC with proceeds going towards the Church redevelopment.

  4. Saturday 21 October

    October Coffee Morning

    On Saturday 21 October the Community Centre Trust will be holding a Coffee Morning between 10am-12pm at the Old School on Charter Lane.

  5. Sunday 22 October

    Mushroom Walk and Fry Up

    ​Come and join foraging expert David Winnard from Discover the Wild on a fungal foray.

  6. Monday 23 October

    SEASONS GREETINGS


    Chorley Little Theatre is performing ‘Season's Greetings’ a 1980 play by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn. It is a black, though often farcical, comedy about four days in the life of a dysfunctional family, starting on Christmas Eve and set in an average English suburban house.

  7. Tuesday 24 October

    Volunteer Coordinator Event

    Please come and join us for our next Volunteer Coordinator event, taking place on Tuesday 24 October and cohosted by Spice and Chorley Council.


  8. Friday 27 October

    Spooky Science

    Celebrate Halloween at Botany Bay with their Spooky Science event.
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  9. Saturday 28 October

    Season’s Greetings

    Chorley Little Theatre is performing ‘Season's Greetings’ a 1980 play by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn. It is a black, though often farcical, comedy about four days in the life of a dysfunctional family, starting on Christmas Eve and set in an average English suburban house.

  10. Saturday 28 October

    Gothic Theatre Nights - Dracula

    Experience a haunting performance of Bram Stoker’s classic novel, Dracula, in the rooms of Astley Hall. On the weekend before Halloween, this unique performance is a great way to get into the spooky spirit.


Submit your event to the calendar *please note not all events are organised by Chorley Council.