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Welcome to the Adlington Town Council Website.               Contact the Clerk

Adlington is a village and civil parish in Lancashire, England near the West Pennine Moors and the larger town of Chorley. It became a separate parish in 1842 then grew into a town around the textile and coal mining industries until these closed in the 1960s. Adlington has some great features such as the Leeds and Liverpool canal, which runs through the village, and is overlooked by Rivington Pike, part of the West Pennine Moors.
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The Mayor of Adlington is Cllr Timothy Summers and the Deputy Mayor is Cllr Peter Walkden
Adlington Medical Centre is holding an Official Opening Day for the newly refurbished centre on Babylon Lane on Saturday 13 October 2018 10.00am 1.00pm. 

The Annual Notice of Public Rights relating to the accounts has been published. Please contact the Clerk with any queries.


Adlington Circular Walk is a 5.6 mile route around the village, maintained by Lancashire County Council. If you'd like to get involved with other local volunteers in publicising and monitoring the condition of the walk please contact the Clerk

The Town Council is very concerned that access for pedestrians around Adlington is being restricted by vehicles parking on pavements. The Council has distributed leaflets in some problem areas to remind drivers to leave enough room and to be aware that parents with pushchairs, the elderly and anyone with mobility issues may need a little more space to pass. A copy of the leaflet is available 
here

Heath Charnock Parish Council has included a World War One section on its website, giving historical information related to Adlington & District

If you would like link to your local Adlington non-profit-making society or group on our website, please contact the Clerk with the details


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