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Here's a handful of things to do in Chorley next week.

Monday, 27th March 2017, 9:54 am
Updated Saturday, 8th April 2017, 10:16 pm
Join Celia Whittaker for an Embroidery for Easter workshop

Celia Whittaker’s Embroidery for Easter, Leyland, Saturday, April 1

South Ribble Museum and Exhibition Centre on Church Road in Leyland, is the venue for Celia Whittaker’s Embroidery for Easter workshop. Join in with Celia’s informal session and gain useful hints tips and ideas. All ages and abilities welcome. It runs from 10.30am until 12.30pm, in the exhibition room, and admission is free. Telephone the museum on 01772 422041 for more information.

BCVM Leyland Beer Festival, Leyland, Friday, March 31 until Sunday, April 2

The British Commercial Vehicle Museum in Leyland is hosting a Beer Festival. Admission (of £10) includes a £5 voucher for drinks, a pint glass souvenir and an official programme. Pay on the door.

What’s Your Story, Chorley?, Chorley, Saturday, April 1

A festival of words and fun for all the family including reading, writing and storytelling. Suitable for all ages. At various venues throughout Chorley town centre between 11am and 4pm.

Wildwood Days Holiday Club - Bush Craft, Brinscall Woods, Tuesday, April 3

A half term holiday club for unaccompanied five to 10-year-olds is being held at '‹Brinscall Woods, near Lodge Bank, from 9am until 3.30pm. Tickets: £16.50 through Facebook.

Charity Comedy Night, Wheelton, Saturday, April 1

Four great comedians with Peter Brush, Dave Wolfe and Johnnie Casson, and Steve Royle as MC. It’s at St Chad’s Parish Centre, Wheelton at 7.30pm. Tickets: £15 from 01257 275464/07506 131267.