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Chorley is one of north-west England’s cotton boom towns. Today, many of the old factory chimneys which previously dominated Chorley’s skyline have been removed but Morrison’s chimney and a number of old cotton mills remain, symbolising the towns industrial past. Chorley is home to a number of famous country houses including Heskin Hall, a Grade I listed Tudor manor house, and Astley Hall, a large stately home that now houses a museum and art gallery that is free to the public. Chorley is also home to a large number of parks and green open spaces. These include Worden Park and Duxbury Woodland, a large green area that is home to Duxbury Jubilee Park, Duxbury Golf Course, the woods and the River Yarrow. Chorley’s wealth of interesting attractions alongside its peaceful small-town feel makes it a particularly desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped over 400 people and families complete their move to Chorley.
At reallymoving.com our removal partners are reviewed and rated by other users, meaning you can be confident in the high-quality service they provide. What’s more, our partnered removal companies have a good working knowledge of the local area and longstanding experience moving people into the terraced houses found across Chorley. This will help ensure your move is completed on budget without any unexpected delays caused by narrow doorways or stairwells.
With the help of our professional removal partners, you can be sure that your move to Chorley can be made cheaply and efficiently. This will leave you free to explore Chorley and the surrounding countryside, confident that your move is proceeding as planned.
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