We organise a variety of trips to theatres, museums etc.

Our General Meetings take place on the fourth Monday of the month at St George's Church Hall, Chorley, starting at 1.30pm. Usually we have an outside speaker, though sometimes the meeting is taken by our own members. The format is usually news, speaker and then informal chat over a cup of tea or coffee.

Dates for your Diary
Art Appreciation
Tue Oct 8th DVD Anne Redpath and the Scottish Colourists
Tue Nov 12th visit to Abbot Hall for Colourists exhibition
Book Club
Mon Oct 14th The Sunday Philosophy Club – Alexander McCall
Fruit and Vegetable Growers
Mon Oct 14th TBD
Mon Nov 11th Review of the year & quiz
Mon Dec 16th Jacobs join
Mon Oct 7th Plant exchange and planning meeting at 36 Carlton Road, Great Knowley, Chorley. PR6 8TQ
Mon Nov 4th Digital slide show of the gardens we visited this year given by Peter Holland at St Georges Hall, Chorley.
Mon Dec 9th Jacob’s Join Social at 26 Church Walk, Euxton
Intermediate Walks
Wed Sep 25th Turton moor - Linda - 6.5 miles parking on the Crookfield rd car park just off the A675 Belmont rd
Wed Oct 9th Newton in Bowland - Bryan & Kath - 8 miles, undulating parking on the Newton car park BB7 3EB
Local History
Mon Oct 21st Talk on the building of the Manchester Ship Canal by Malcolm Tranter
Long Walks
Wed Oct 2nd Rylstone - John
Wed Oct 16th Skipton - Kath & Bryan
Wed Oct 30th Cautley (nr Sedbergh) - Peter
Wed Nov 13th Norber Erratics, Clapham - John & Carol
Wed Nov 27th Longworth Clough - Kath & Bryan - parking on the Walkers Fold car park, Walker Fold Rd (Down the side of Bob's Smithy Inn on the B6226 top road out of Horwich) 9.5 miles undulating
Wed Dec 11th Christmas meal and walk - Denny & Malc
Medium Walks
Wed Oct 2nd Walk TBA. Leader Anne Butterworth.
Wed Oct 16th Walk TBA. Leader Helen Worthington
Pub Lunch
Wed Oct 16th Sea View, 2 Preston Rd, Whittle-le-Woods, Chorley, PR6 7HH
Wed Nov 20th Prince of Wales 14 New Market Street, Chorley, PR7 1DB
Thu Oct 3rd Autumn crocuses at Ellerbeck - Jean & Richard
Thu Oct 10th Leighton Moss for otters and deer (perhaps) - Denny