Things to do in Chorley (June 20 - 26)
There's a good mix of events happening in Chorley and South Ribble over the coming days:
FREE: Beer & Street Food Festival, Chorley, Saturday, June 23
Scrumpy Pig and Barrica Wines will be hosting Botany Bay’s annual Beer & Street Food Festival (formerly the Beer & Sausage Festival). There’ll be plenty of delicious food and a great selection of drinks - not just beer, there will be wine and gin and tonics on the go too. You can also meet the brewers from Beer Brothers, Crankshaft, Windmill and Rock The Boat Breweries. It promises to be a great day. Admission is free.
FREE: Teddy Bear’s Picnic Play & Rhyme Session, Chorley, Wednesday, June 20
If you go down to Chorley Library you’re sure of a big surprise... '‹A Teddy Bear’s picnic with stories, rhymes and games - don’t forget your teddy bear! For children aged two to five. Starts 10.15am.
PAID: White Bear Way, Chorley, Saturday, June 23
Would you like the challenge of walking or running 10 or 21 miles? Advance entry - 21 Miles Â£12 and 10 Miles Â£6; On the day entry - 21 Miles Â£14 and 10 Miles Â£8. To enter visit www.adlingtonscoutgroup.org.uk/white-bear-way
PAID: St Laurence Light Classics, Chorley, Sunday, June 24
Enjoy an afternoon recital with Hilary Hubbert (oboe) and Richard Hubbert (flute). '‹ AdmissionÂ£5 to include tea and cake following the recital; children free. From 3pm until 4.30pm at St Laurence’s Church, Union Street.
PAID: Murder Mystery Night, Chorley, Friday, June 22
Use your powers of deduction to find out ‘who dunnit’ at St Laurence’s Church murder mystery evening. '‹Guests are encouraged to dress in iconic costumes of the 1970s. Tickets: Â£5; family tickets Â£10. Starts 7.30pm.