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Chorley, the Lancashire town with a population of roughly 35,000, has a long history of market heritage. The town still has two famous markets, the covered market in market square and the 200 year old outdoor market that takes place on the Flat Iron every Tuesday. Although famous for its markets, Chorley has much more to offer including the Grade I listed Astley Hall and the surrounding park. The Hall serves as a museum and art gallery, which produces a variety of art exhibitions from primarily local and regional artists. In close proximity to Astley Hall is the Walled Garden which is certainly worth a visit. The garden is particularly exciting as it produces many cultural outdoor events; including live music, theatre and community arts events. Chorley has much to offer locals and newcomers alike and last year reallymoving.com and our professional and dedicated conveyancers helped over 400 people relocate to Chorley.
Chorley’s early industry – as with many Lancashire towns – was mining. Various quarries and mine shafts surround Chorley, including the scenic Anglezarke Quarry which is a lovely place to walk and many thrill seekers even use this as a place for outdoor climbing. Although abandoned quarries add to the beauty of Chorley’s surrounding countryside, mine shafts can cause ground stability issues and have been known to cause significant property damage. This is one reason why reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our conveyancing solicitors as they will conduct a thorough environmental search of your prospective home that will safeguard you from buying an unsafe or damaged property.
Chorley has much to offer, from markets and shops to golf courses and fitness clubs, and with the help of our expert conveyancers you can start enjoying the town as soon as possible.
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