Meet at 1.00pm at the Crown on Market Street in Chorley. Pubs to visit will include those listed below. It is always a good afternoon out in Chorley. Trains from Bolton leave at 12.22a and 12.25 arriving in Chorley at 12.35 and 12.45 respectively. The fare is £5.60 return. 125 buses leave from stand P at Bolton bus station every 10 minutes with the journey taking just under one hour. A Lancashire Day rider ticket is £8.00 which would allow a stop off in Horwich on the way home if required.
Bob Inn, 24 Market Place, Chorley PR7 1DA
Crown, 46-48 Chapel St., Chorley, PR7 1BW
Shepherds Hall Ale House, 67 Chapel Street, Chorley, PR7 1BS
Ale Station, 60 chapel St., Chorley PR7 1BS
Bootleggers, 21 Bolton St., Chorley, PR7 3AA
Malt’n’Hops, 50-52 Friday St. Chorley, PR6 0AH
Railway, 20 Steeley Lane, Chorley PR7 0RD
The Shed, Fazackerly Street, PR7 1BG
Toastie Tavern, (formerly D’owd Inn) 111 Market Street, new micropub with 3 changing ales
Flat Iron (formerly Market Tavern), 21 Cleveland Street, PR7 1BH recently refurbished 4 changing ales including a mild
There are plenty of pubs to choose from and although most don’t serve food there are plenty of palces in Chorley to eat.