Welcome to Adlington Town Council Website
Adlington is a village and civil parish in Lancashire 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.
The Leeds and Liverpool canal, runs through the village, and is overlooked by Rivington Pike
The Mayor for 2019-20 is Cllr Peter Walkden and the Deputy Mayor is Ainsley Ball. Click here for the full list of Town Councillors and register of interests.
Chorley Borough Council is the Planning Authority for the Adlington area and publishes a weekly list of planning applications on the Chorley Council website.
Residents are always welcome to attend meetings. A short “Open Forum” at the start of the meeting allows visitors to address the Council. Click below for dates.
The latest Update newsletter has been delivered to all Adlington residents. Please contact the clerk if you haven’t received one.
Policies and Reports
Click here to view all the policies, procedures, annual, and financial reports for Adlington Town Council for the last few years.
Adlington have a variety of events going on throughout the year.
Click here for more information on what is happening.