Chorley Heritage Centre Articles

The effects of shifting population over the centuries ... Cultures and Beliefs

The development of Chorley's rich heritage has over the ages included many new faces forming a rich tapestry of cultures, beliefs and languages. Over hundreds of years many have worked on national infrastructure building projects, in the mills, in industry and serving the community in a variety of ways; over the years many have departed... more information

CHCSG Constitution as adopted Wed 30th Nov 2011

Chorley Heritage Centre Support Group
 
1.  That this voluntary association be named the Chorley Heritage Centre Support Group

2.  That this association be open to all adults. Active volunteers under 18 years of age to be associate  members.

3. The aim of the association shall be... more information

The Church in Chorley

A brief introduction to the Church and its contribution to the Heritage of Chorley
It is impossible to consider the heritage of Chorley without recognising the interaction of the community with the Christian Church. From the Saxon period to the present day the Church has provided a focus for people to celebrate the significant events of... more information

The Chorley Photographic Society and its Relationship to the Chorley Heritage Centre

The Chorley Photographic Society — founded in 1896, running ever since and still at the forefront of local photography! ChorleyPS has grown in membership over the last few years and has been one of Lancashire’s quickest growing Photographic Clubs.
 
This is largely due to the varied and excellent programme of weekly... more information