Chorley is an ancient market town in the foodie county of Lancashire, located next to the West Pennine Moors and close to Wigan, Blackburn, Bolton and Manchester. Its history dates back over 3,500 years ago to the Bronze Age, and there is a huge amount to see and do. Walk the Heritage Trail, head to Astley Park to enjoy 43 hectares of landscaped park and visit the town market which has been running since 1498. If you're feeling energetic, hike up to Rivington Pike for the incredible views. There is also great independent shopping and some fantastic Chorley restaurants to discover, spanning English, Spanish, Indian, Italian, Thai and other global cuisines.