CHorley FC boss Garry Flitcroft took time out of his busy schedule to meet and greet Magpies fans at Chorley market on Saturday.
The former Blackburn Rovers player helped selling promotion souvenir book, called Going Up, and signed copies for the supporters.
The book complete with glossy cover and gloss-paper paging contains 80 pages of reports and analysis of every single match played last season, plus feature articles and all the best match-action in full colour pictures.
The book costs £5, and can be ordered from the Chorley FC office.
Chorley start their preparations for life in the Evo-Stik Premier League with a number of pre-season friendlies.
They take on Preston North End for the Jack Kirkland Trophy on July 9 with a 3pm kick-off, followed by the visit of Premier League giants Bolton Wanderers at 3pm on July 16.
It was announced earlier this week that joint top-scorer Jack Dorney would be joining Lee Woodyatt, Aaron Grundy, Jordan Stepien and Steve Burke in leaving Victory Park.
Dorney was the club’s joint top-scorer last season and he will be best remembered for his wonder-strike against AFC Fylde which helped Chorley win the play-off final.
The forward is considering offers from two Blue Square North clubs but Flitcroft has moved quickly to sign Clitheroe youngster Tom Williams.