- Lindsay Hoyle (Lab) 23,322 (45.10%, +1.87%)
- Rob Loughenbury (C) 18,792 (36.34%, -1.68%)
- Mark Smith (UKIP) 6,995 (13.53%, +9.47%)
- Stephen Fenn (LD) 1,354 (2.62%, -11.36%)
- Alistair Straw (Green) 1,111 (2.15%)
- Adrian Maudsley (Ind) 138 (0.27%, -0.45%)
- Lab maj 4,530 (8.76%)
- 1.78% swing C to Lab
- Electorate 74,679; Turnout 51,712 (69.25%, -0.91%)
Chorley FC are on their way to the Conference North play-off final after this sensational overhead kick in the fifth minute of injury time kept them alive in their semi-final against Boston United.
Adam Roscoe delivered the moment of sheer genius to equalise before Chorley were able to win the game on penalties.
And a family promotion double could be on the cards - the Chorley manager is Garry Flitcroft, the brother of newly-promoted Bury manager David Flitcroft.
A mother's appealing for help to find the owner of a dog she says mauled her two year old daughter. Libby Jane Wilson was attacked as she played in a park in Chorley. Ashley Derricott reports.
Twin sisters Abigail and Isobel Parry from Chorley, who were both born with Down's Syndrome, challenging negative perceptions about the condition.
The three-year-olds were born with the genetic condition in 2011 at odds of two million to one, prompting their parents Matt and Jodi Parry to launch a charitable trust called Twincess.
Twin girls from Chorley are helping battle the negative image of Down's Syndrome.Read the full story ›
Sir Bradley Wiggins is to launch a new professional cycling team this year as he prepares for the team pursuit at the 2016 Olympic Games.
Wiggins, who would become the most decorated British athlete in Olympic history if he clinches an eighth medal in Rio de Janeiro next year, says he is keen to give something back to the sport and wants to use his success to encourage a healthy cycling culture within the UK.
The team will be sponsored by Sky and Wiggins, 34, will officially join them early in May after leaving Team Sky.
Now I want to build something to inspire kids and to reach all those people who might be on the fringes of the sport.
"My message is simple: If I can do it, then so can you."
The new team - named 'Wiggins' - will be sponsored by the 34-year-old's long-time supporter Sky and is fully endorsed by UK governing body, British Cycling.
Michelle Kirk, from Lancashire, thought migraines were behind weeks of severe pain and vision problems.
But an eye test revealed tell-tale signs of a brain condition that damages arteries. Intercranial hypertension and can cause strokes, even prove fatal.
Rob Smith reports:
A woman's life has been saved after a routine eye test revealed she had a potentially fatal brain condition.Read the full story ›
Detectives in Chorley have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to over an assault at a pub.
The victim suffered a broken jaw in the attack by two men at the Imperial Pub on Union Street in Chorley.
Lancashire Police say the incident happened in the early hours of Saturday, August 9.
The incident took place at around 1.30am on Saturday 9 August at The Imperial, Union Street when the victim, a 28 year old local man, was approached by a man in the smoking area and punched in the face, causing him to fall to the ground.
As the victim left the premises he was approached by a second man, who is believed to have been in company with the first offender, and was punched again in the face.
The offender is then believed to have made his way back into the pub.
As a result of the attack the victim sustained a broken jaw which required surgery.
The first offender is described as a white male, approximately 5ft 9ins, slim build with short light brown hair and was wearing an electric blue t-shirt.
The second offender is described as a white male, approximately 5ft 8ins tall, slim build with short dark brown hair and was wearing a white t-shirt, light blue jeans and had a full sleeve of tattoos on his left arm.
This was an unprovoked attack which initially started in the smoking area and continued at the front of the pub around closing time.
"We are keen to speak to the man pictured and I would urge him or anyone who may recognise him to come forward.
"Similarly I would ask that anyone who may have witnessed this incident or who may have any information about what happened to contact us on 101.”
Anyone with information can call Lancashire Police on 101 quoting crime reference number CA1408690 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A woman was left with a broken nose after a man threw a pint glass at her as she worked at a McDonalds.
The incident happened at around 4.20am on Sunday, September 28, at the McDonalds on Clifford Street in Chorley.
A man is believed to have entered the restaurant with a pint glass which has been thrown at a woman working behind the till.
The glass hit the 43-year-old worker and she received treatment at hospital for a broken nose as well as cuts and bruises to her face.
The man is described as a white male, approximately 5ft 10 tall of a slim build with short fair hair, thought to be aged in his early 20s.
He was wearing a grey hooded top worn open with a white polo shirt underneath and dark coloured three quarter length shorts.
This has been a completely unprovoked attack in which the victim has been left extremely shaken.
"I would urge people to take a good look at the CCTV images and anyone with information about the identity of the man is asked to contact police."
Anybody who knows the man should call Lancashire Police on 101 quoting CA1409416 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.