This is an invitation to join me and fellow Chorley Pals historian John Garwood to walk the route the Chorley Pals took as they left the town to go off to war 100 years ago.
On the 23rd February 1915, the 220 men left the Drill Hall on Devonshire Road in Chorley at 11.20am and marched to the railway station.
At 11.55am, the train taking them to Caernarvon for training (and ultimately off to war) departed to the strains of the song Auld Lang Syne.
Members of the public are welcome to join the informal walk next Monday; please meet at the Drill Hall (postcode for sat nav PR7 2DJ) by 11.00am.
Please note: walk is at your own risk.