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 -
The Second Act of Remembrance of the sons of Heath Charnock Parish who lost their lives due to World Wars 1 and 2
On Sunday 10 November 2019 Heath Charnock Parish Council, two local military historians, family, and Parishioners gathered to remember and to name the men from Heath Charnock Parish who died due to World Wars 1 and 2.
Thanks to the research carried out by John Garwood for World War 1 and Stuart Clewlow for World War 2, Heath Charnock Parish Council has been able to list the names of the fallen on the plaque on the Parish Gateway Stone.
The Photo shows John and Stuart with Parish Councillors and the Clerk, Sunday 10 November 2019. …Click to see more
ADLINGTON CIRCULAR WALK
Appeal for Volunteers. Click here
The Personal Support Unit are looking for volunteers. Could you help people facing court alone? -
Until the coronavirus situation is under control, Parish Council meetings will be conducted by email and telephone . Please contact the Clerk if you wish to bring any issue to the attention of the Parish Council.
In response to the Covid-
Chorley Buddies will NOT be offering medical, financial or relationship advice. but would be able to signpost to what help is available. In some cases, Chorley Buddies may be able to help them access that assistance. We can arrange for PhoneBuddies and ShoppingBuddies.
All Chorley Buddies volunteers have been DBS-
VE & VJ Day 2020