Prepare to be inspired as you gain exclusive access to Chorley’s £4.8 million Inspire Youth Zone.

The brand new Chorley Youth Zone, named 'Inspire' by the town's young people, is being backed by Chorley Council and Lancashire County Council, whilst The Queen's Trust have recently donated £1m; Wigan Youth Zone's Chairman Martin Ainscough MBE has also donated £1m of capital funding support to the town's young people.

The new Youth Zone will be a place where young people can reach their full potential, grow their dreams and achieve their goals. The Youth Zone will offer a wide range of activities for young people aged between eight and 19, up to 25 for those with a disability, including; dance, sport, music, media, employability and mentoring programmes. 

Chorley Youth Zone is an independent charity which will operate to the successful OnSide Youth Zones model. The Youth Zone will cost approximately £4.8million to build and £650k to run annually. The project is being run in partnership with Chorley Council, Lancashire County Council, The Arts Partnership and OnSide Youth Zones.

Opening especially for local residents and their families, they have a wide range of fun and engaging activities planned, suitable for the whole family.

Take a look for yourself on:

Saturday 21 April 2018 from 1pm-5pm at Chorley Youth Zone, Chapel Street, Chorley, PR7 1BS

Please confirm your attendance by emailing (please also include the number of those attending)

For more information about Inspire Youth Zone please visit