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The town of Chorley was the birthplace of Henry Tate, the sugar magnate and founder of the Tate Gallery in London, in 1819.
Astley Hall, an Elizabethan mansion set in parkland beside a lake, has a fine 17th-century facade, ornate plaster ceilings, Tudor carving, and a massive table for the game of shovelboard in the Long Gallery. The Hall also contains a wonderful collection of furniture, pottery, tapestries and pictures.
The town is overlooked by Healey Nab, which can be reached by ancient pathways defined by boulder walls. From the top, 682 ft high, the stark moors and deep valleys of Anglezarke and White Coppice can be seen to the east. This is ideal countryside to explore on foot.
Rivington Pike, 4 miles south-east, is a popular viewpoint with a stone tower at its 1191-ft peak.
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