This pub is named after Chorley’s most celebrated son. Sir Henry Tate began his working life as a grocer, made a fortune from sugar-refining and left his collection of paintings to the nation. He also funded the building of the Tate Gallery.
A photograph of Sir Henry Tate.
Prints of outdoor entertainments in Chorley, including games and processions.
Old prints of Market Square.
External photograph of the building – main entrance.
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