Join festivities at Guardian’s carol service

Reverend Janet Taylor, from St Laurence's Parish Church, and then Mayor of Chorley, Coun John Walker, at the Chorley Guardian's Christmas carol service last year

Reverend Janet Taylor, from St Laurence's Parish Church, and then Mayor of Chorley, Coun John Walker, at the Chorley Guardian's Christmas carol service last year

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With Christmas just around the corner, readers are invited to raise the roof at the Chorley Guardian’s annual carol service.

Our first carol service took place in 2004 and it has since become a popular tradition in Chorley.

It is held at lunchtime so that as many people as possible can attend, such as workers on their lunch breaks and shoppers.

Young and old usually attend the carol service, including local dignitaries.

This year, the carol service will start at 12.30pm on Friday, December 19 at St Laurence’s Parish Church, on Union Street, Chorley.

The service will include a selection of carols and readings to mark the festive season.

It will be led by the vicar of St Laurence’s Church, the Reverend Martin Cox.

The service is open to all and tickets are not needed.

Afterwards, people will be invited to tuck into mince pies and drinks in the church’s communal room with Guardian staff.