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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.

The Mayor of Adlington is Cllr Alison Evans and the Deputy Mayor is Cllr Jim Banks

Please note that all Town Council meetings will now be held at Adlington Library 

The number 7 bus route, which serves Lower Adlington, will be discontinued by Stagecoach from early in February, details are available here. County Councillor Kim Snape is organising a petition objecting to the withdrawal of this service, please contact Cllr Snape as soon as possible if you'd like to sign the petition.

Applications are now invited for the 2017 Community Awards. If your local voluntary or non-profit group needs funding for a specific project please see
here for details of how to apply.
This year's Carol Concert  with Rivington & Adlington Brass Band took place on Monday 19th December and was enjoyable and well-attended as always

The Mayor of Adlington Cllr Alison Evans was appointed at the Annual Meeting in May. She will be raising money this year through the "Mayor's Fund" for local good causes including Adlington Scout Group, supervised outdoor Youth Sessions on both recreation grounds and additional funding for the local Luncheon Club. Her most recent fundraising event was a Christmas Fair on Saturday 10th December which raised over 700.
Chorley Council has provided funding so that Adlington Library can remain open until March 2018, when the Friends of Adlington Library group plans to take over and run the service. For updates and to find out how to get involved please see the FoAL website

In partnership with the North West Ambulance Service the Town Council has provided two Automated External Defibrillators in the village.  These are now operational with one located close to the crossroads in the centre of Higher Adlington, on the external wall of the public toilet building and the other located in Lower Adlington on the external wall of the White Bear public house. The AEDs are housed in coded cabinets, and the code will be made available when a 999 call is received. 
Anderton Parish Council has made a contribution of 250 towards the cost of the AED located on Babylon Lane. In addition the United Reformed and Methodist Church has donated an additional AED on the external wall of their buidling to the Town Council.

Higher Adlington was the winner of the "Most Improved Large Village" category in the 2016 Lancashire Best Kept Village Competition. The Council would like to thank everyone who helped keep the village looking good during the judging this summer.
This year's Notice of Conclusion of Audit has been received from the external auditors, BDO PLC and is on display on the local notice boards. There were no issues arising from the report.  Financial information relating to 2015/16 can be found here
The Town Council Annual Report for 2015/16 is now available here

In line with the requirements of the Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities
financial information for the year 2015/16 is now available on the Annual Report page

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

The Town Council is currently reviewing the Parish Plan. If you have suggestions for inclusion in the Plan, please contact the Clerk 

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