Heath Charnock Parish Council
Welcome to the official web site of Heath Charnock Parish Council
Heath Charnock is a civil parish in the Borough of Chorley, Lancashire. Many people travel through it as the M61 motorway, A6 and A673 roads, the main Bolton to Preston railway line, and the Leeds Liverpool Canal all transverse the parish.
It adjoins the parishes of Adlington, Anderton, Anglezarke, Coppull and Rivington, as well as Chorley itself.
The parish is mainly rural in character with an area of 1,838 acres. At the 2001 census, the population was 2,065, and at the 2011 census 2,026
Next Parish Council Meetings -
ADLINGTON CIRCULAR WALK
Appeal for Volunteers. Click here
Iron Man 2018.
Click here to see the route map and the Road Access information
We’re looking for the
HCPC Parishioner of the Year 2018
The Personal Support Unit are looking for volunteers. Could you help people facing court alone? -
Central Lancashire Local Plan.
Are you interested in the future of Chorley, Preston or
Have your say. Click here.
This year’s Adlington Remembrance Day Service will be held on Sunday 11 November 2018 at St Paul’s Church, Railway Road, Adlington, with a ceremony afterwards at the War Memorial. The timetable will be as follows:
2.00pm Assemble at Adlington & District Community Centre on Railway Road, Adlington for procession to St Paul’s Church
2.30pm Service of Remembrance at St Paul’s Church
3.10pm Procession to Railway Road War Memorial
All attendees are invited to the Community Centre afterwards for refreshments.