A Taste of Chorley returns on Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 June 2023 to once again showcase the great food and drink culture Chorley has to offer. The event will celebrate food and drink related activities, businesses and products that can be found in Chorley and the surrounding areas, whilst also pointing the way towards a healthier more sustainable future for residents and businesses in Chorley.
Throughout the two days there will be cooking demonstrations, food tasting, advice on healthy eating including on a budget, recipes and cooking tips. There will be a wide range of excellent food to purchase on the day from local producers, whilst visitors will have the opportunity to purchase produce they can take home.
There will once again be competitions for budding cooks and bakers to enter.
Please check back regularly for the latest updates on the events.
Applications to be part of this event are now open.
What's On Offer?
- Get some top tips from local chefs giving cooking demonstrations
- Enjoy some delicious food tasting
- Pick up advice on healthy, affordable and tasty recipes for you to cook at home
- Visit the wide range of local artisan producers selling mouth-watering produce for you to take home and create your own delicious dishes
- Competitions for budding cooks and bakers
Over the two days of A Taste of Chorley there will be demonstrations from local chefs, butchers, and bakers. Come along and hear how to prepare dishes, decorate cakes or get recipes with ingredients that can sourced from Chorley town centre’s food and drink stalls and shops.
Come and get a step-by-step guide to making some amazing dishes and pick up some inside tips on cooking them from the experts. You will then have the chance to taste some of the fantastic food once it has been made.
The demonstration kitchen can be found Market Street, where there will also be a seating area for you to view the demonstrations. The schedule for both days will be announced soon.
If you would like to get involved with the Demonstration Kitchen please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Great Chorley Bake Off
More information will be announced soon.
There are lots of car parks in Chorley town centre.
Please visit our parking information page for further details.
Find your way
Use junction 8 off the M61 or junction 28 off the M6. Chorley town centre is easily accessed from the A6, which passes directly through Chorley.
Chorley is well-served by bus routes linking the town centre with surrounding villages. The main bus route is the 125/126, which links Chorley to Preston and Bolton. There are also direct bus routes from Greater Manchester, Merseyside and the Lake District.
Chorley is on the main train line between Manchester and Blackpool. If you are travelling on a long distance service you will need to change at Manchester or Preston.