A market town in the county of Lancashire, Chorley is a historic industrial whose wealth was mostly generated by the cotton trade. The town lies about twenty miles north of regional hub Manchester.
Astley Hall is a 17th century stately home located in Chorley whose adjoining grounds have become Astley Park. Together, the two constitute one of Chorley’s best-loved attractions and provide a sprawling space for locals to exercise and have fun. Including a woodland, a lake and a restored Victorian garden, the park is an immensely popular area. The hall itself is owned by the local council and features a history museum and art gallery.
Close to Chorley, the Rivington Pike hill summit is a 363m high hill that offers stunning views across the surrounding Pennines region. With a historic tower and footpaths, this is a popular spot for hikers and nature enthusiasts.
Throughout the community, from Cowling to Euxton, Floom’s Chorley flower delivery covers every neighbourhood in this historic town.