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Located at the foot of the West Pennine Moors, the market town of Chorley has a wealth of history dating back to the Bronze Age.
Rivington Pike is a hill summit on Winter Hill, part of the West Pennine Moors, overlooking the village of Rivington in Lancashire, England. The nearest towns are Adlington and Horwich.
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Chorley is famous for its markets, which date back to 1498 – the most popular market day in the Lancashire town is Tuesday with over 150 outdoor stalls under gazebos on the Flat Iron.
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The Theatre showcases some of the best talent in the region, with shows from musicals to dramas, classic to comedies and a great pantomime every year.
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Yarrow Valley Country Park is a 700-acre facility with a visitor centre built using Heritage Lottery funds. Yarrow Valley Country Park has been awarded Green Flag status for the fifth year in a row!
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Venue for the 2002 Commonwealth Games Outdoor Cycling events. With its rugged hills, picturesque reservours and woodland Rivington is Chorley mini Lake District, with a natural beauty to rival the real thing.
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Worden Park is over 150 acres in size. It includes the formal gardens, overlooked by a magnificent conservatory originally built in 1892, and the famous maze or puzzle garden.
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