The travels, musings and thoughts of a man and his camera.

CHORLEY. Tasting Time.

High hopes of Hops and Dreams on Fazakerley Street. There was gin too.

One thing I can say about Chorley is that they do do a good do, if you know what I mean. For those not in the know, Chorley is a market town in Lancashire, roughly half way between Bolton and Preston, sitting nudged up against the West Pennine Moors at Rivington, location of the Terraced Gardens created by Lord Leverhulme of Sunlight Soap fame.

As well as the Taste Of Chorley food festival, there’s also an excellent annual flower show and a brilliant, two day music festival. There’s a lot goes on in that town.

Coffee, jam and chutneys all in the sun, just add some biscuits or crackers.

Wait your turn and the Scrumpy Pig will get to you as soon as possible.

You don’t need the Orient Express to get to Istanbul these days.

Sitting in the shade at Bee’s County Kitchen on the market.

This way to the food.

Some Links.

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