Chorley Guardian election debate is a full house

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The candidates hoping to become Chorley’s MP will face each other tomorrow in a political debate hosted by the Chorley Guardian.

The free tickets were all snapped up in just a few days so the six men will appear before a full house at Chorley Little Theatre.

The candidates - Lindsay Hoyle (Labour), Rob Loughenbury (Conservative), Stephen Fenn (Liberal Democrat), Mark Smith (UKIP), Alistair Straw (Green) and Adrian Maudsley (independent) - will answer questions on a variety of topics, which have been submitted by our readers.

Doors open at 7pm and the debate starts at 7.30pm, with an interval at 8.30pm.

There will be a collection on the night for Chorley Little Theatre.

If you missed out on tickets for the debate and want to find out what happens, you can get regular updates on Twitter by following @guardianchorley or on our website www.chorley-guardian.co.uk.

The debate will also be streamed live online for people who want to watch at home.