Restoration of Astley Hall

The Hall has undergone a major transformation after Chorley Council, which owns the Grade I listed building, announced an investment of £1.1million to carry out vital restoration work to preserve it for future generations and to enhance the visitor experience.

Astely Hall proposed repairs

Some of the most noticeable work has been the removal of the grey exterior render to the front of the Hall to reveal the original 17th century brickwork, new and renovation of windows, refurbishment of the front doors, a new museum gift shop and information centre at the Coach House building, plus strengthening of the main staircase, installation of an accessibility ramp and interior redecoration.


You can read more about the restoration work here

You can find more about the transformation of the Hall on the videos below.