Things to do in Chorley and South Ribble (July 11 - 17)

Red Admiral Music Academy will be giving a brass concert
Red Admiral Music Academy will be giving a brass concert
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Just a few ideas of events happening over the coming days:

PAID: All-day Summer Party, Chorley, Saturday, July 14

Watch Dirty Dancing outdoors at Duxberry Park

Watch Dirty Dancing outdoors at Duxberry Park

Marking the start of Summer in style, is this all-day party at Chorley’s iconic Yarrow Mill. Five DJs will be filling their record crates and throwing down new cuts, rarities & classics during a 12-hour back-to-back session. Kicking off at 3pm, we’ll be keeping it funky with an open-air party until 10pm, before heading inside for a series of harder after-dark sets held across two rooms. Advance tickets £5; on-the-door £6.

PAID: Outdoor Movie Week, Chorley, from Sunday, July 15 to Saturday, July 21

Ditch the indoor cinema enjoy your favourite classics in Duxbury Park’s woodland setting. ​Movies include: The Greatest Showman, Dirty Dancing and more. Visit duxburyparkcinema.co.uk

PAID: Red Admiral Music Academy Brass Concert, Chorley, Saturday, July 14

Brass Band Concert with Lancashire based Red Admiral Music Academy in Chorley Town Hall’s Lancastria Suite. All four bands will perform. Starts 6pm. Tickets: £6 adults; £4 children.​

PAID: Talk by Lavinia Tod, Chorley, Tuesday, July 17

A talk by Lavinia Tod on Tudor origins of words, told in a story of a new middle class family moving from farm to manor. ​​Admission £5. To be held in the Conference Room, Coach House, Astley Hall from 7pm until 8pm.

FREE: Chorley & District Gardening Society, Chorley, Tuesday, July 17

The speaker this month, Michael Walker, is head of gardens and estates at Trentham Gardens, Staffordshire. ​The meeting starts at 7.30pm at Chorley Cricket Club.