Chorley Markets

Welcome to Chorley Markets – a place where we pride ourselves in our local produce and get together as a community.

Chorley’s popular markets date back to 1498 with the most popular market day being a Tuesday. If you’re visiting Chorley today you will find two main markets; Chorley covered market, which makes up the heart of the town and operates five days a week and Chorley’s Tuesday market, which is located along the streets of Chorley town centre. 

Covered Market

Chorley’s Covered Market thrives with local produce including food, drink, materials, fashion and much more. If you fancy taking a break from the shopping then don’t worry, you can do just that at our Covered Market as there are seating areas dotted around the outskirts of the covered market area where you can enjoy a refreshing drink and some scrumptious food.

Every Tuesday, stalls line the streets of Chorley town centre and together with the Covered Market, over 100 stalls sell everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to cosmetics and clothes.

Covered Market Days (9am-4.30pm)


Monday – used goods, new goods and food cabins (currently closed with just some perimeter stalls open)
Tuesday – New goods and food cabins
Wednesday – CLOSED
Thursday – New goods and food cabins
Friday – New goods and food cabins
Saturday – New goods and food cabins
Sunday – CLOSED

Tuesday Market

If you visit on a Tuesday, you will see stalls lining the streets of Fazakerley Street, Chapel Street, New Market Street, Cleveland Street and the bottom half of High Street. Each stall will be awaiting your arrival with friendly traders and delightful produce.

Whether it’s the busy atmosphere of the Tuesday markets or the calmer pace of the covered marked you prefer, you’re bound to have a good day out in Chorley and find what you’re looking for. Both markets are situated in the centre of town with excellent transport links and ample parking.


There are plenty of car parks offering low cost parking. Visit the parking information pages for further information.