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The elaborate Coppull Mill, a Grade II listed building, was an important part of Lancashire’s cotton industry. Today the building houses a number of small businesses including the Playmates Playcentre, providing activities for children up to age eight. The mill’s offices have been converted into a family-friendly pub with bar meals and a garden, and the adjacent lake is popular with walkers and anglers.The Landings is less than three miles from Chorley railway station, where services run to Manchester Victoria, Manchester Piccadilly and Blackpool North, all around 45 minutes, as well as to Preston, a fifteen-minute journey. Stagecoach bus services operate between Coppull and Chorley around twice an hour, and the more frequent Arriva service between Wigan and Chorley also passes through Coppull. Rail services between Liverpool and Blackpool stop at Euxton Balshaw Lane station, just over three miles away.
Local activities around Coppull include motocross racing at Croston Lane, and there is a floodlit BMX track in the village. For more sedate outdoor activities, Yarrow Valley Country Park, with its wide range of woodlands, waterways and an adventure playground, is around half a mile from The Landings. Springfield Park Leisure Centre, less than ten minutes walk away, hosts local gymnastics, free-running, trampoline, bowling and badminton clubs, and nearby golf venues include Glendale Duxbury 18-hole championship course. There is a newsagent and convenience store and a post office around 500 yards from The Landings. The village’s main shopping area, along the unfortunately named Spendmore Lane, includes a large Co-op food store, a pharmacy, a baker and delicatessen, newsagents, off-licence, hot food takeaways, hairdressers and other speciality shops and services. There is also a Spar grocery around half a mile from the development.