This week’s Chorley Guardian is packed full of news.
We’ve got an exclusive interview with drugs mule Louise Marsden after two men were jailed for 20 years for their part in an international smuggling ring.
We’ve also got the heartbreaking story of a Coppull pet dog called Smartie, who was savaged to death in front of his owner.
Meanwhile, Chorley Council has pledged £145,000 to move travellers on from Heath Charnock, but has come under fire for the cost of new parking meters on the Flat Iron.
There’s also a moving interview with the family of Chorley runner Mike Ogle who died after a run at the weekend.
If that wasn’t enough, we’ve got extensive sport, property and motors sections and a guide to what’s going on over the Bank Holiday weekend.
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