All Lancashire Libraries offer a safe, accessible, welcoming, and creative space where our communities can connect, be active, take notice, learn, and share. Our friendly, knowledgeable, trained staff can offer advice and guidance on a range of subjects from recommended reading materials to help getting online and signposting to local services. We offer support to children and families, through actively promoting health, learning and wellbeing.
Libraries offer a wide range of events and activities which may include Baby Bounce and Rhyme, Toddler Rhyme Time, and Story Sessions, as well as reading schemes such as Little Steps and the Lancashire Reading Trail. Some libraries also offer quiet hours, braille books, special adaptive equipment and sensory sessions.
For more information on the activities, events, and the opening times of Chorley Library, please visit: Chorley Library - Lancashire County Council
Address and contact information
- Chorley Library, Union Street, Chorley, Lancashire PR7 1EB
- 0300 123 6703
How to get there
There is a small free library car park, or a public pay and display car park across the road. A ramped entrance is available.