The art of Lancashire is Hall there to see

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A fascinating exhibition at Astley Hall, Chorley, captures the quirky ruminations on life of a renowned Lancashire artist.

From Rivington Pike: Drawings & Paintings of Lancashire by Tony Kerins is at the Grade 1 listed hall until May 26.

Adlington-born Tony is best known for his work with Puffin Books, Radio Times and the National Trust. This exhibition features a range of illustrations, sketches and original artwork from his Tony’s ever-present sketchpads.

On Monday the artist leads a storytelling session from 1-3pm Easter Monday. Astley Hall opening times: Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays noon - 4.30pm. Free.