Brindle, Lancashire

Brindle, Lancashire

infobox UK place
latitude= 53.712252
longitude= -2.613001
official_name= Brindle
map_type= Lancashire
population= 999 (2001 Census)
os_grid_reference= SD596241
civil_parish= Brindle
shire_district= Chorley
shire_county= Lancashire
region= North West England
country= England
post_town= CHORLEY
postcode_area= PR
postcode_district= PR6
dial_code= 01254 / 01772
constituency_westminster= Chorley
Brindle is a small village and civil parish of the borough of Chorley, Lancashire, England. It is in the centre of a triangle between Preston, Blackburn, and Chorley. The scenic countryside has little industry. Brindle is also one of the most affluent areas in Lancashire [] , with average earnings over 33% higher than the national average.

Brindle is home to the Cavendish Arms pub, Saint James's Church of England church, tennis courts and a number of trails and bridle paths. As a beautifully kept parish offering excellent links to nearby towns including business centres such as Preston, Bolton, Chorley and Manchester. Brindle could be described as a commuter village although the village still retains a strong sense of local identity.Fact|date=February 2007

House prices in the area are high, with the average detached house price approaching £500,000 and a terraced house around half that amount.

External links

* [ Brindle]
* [ Brindle Historical Society]
* [ Brindle At War website]
* [ Brindle Community Hall]
* [ Brindle St Joseph's Church & Parish]

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