Last Updated: 12:00am, 26th October 2016
The Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Trust had their annual general meeting, and the campaigners were right outside to make sure their message wasn't forgotten. There were also members of the campaign in the tickets-only meeting, to make sure their voices would be heard.
Last Updated: 8:15am, 24th October 2016
Dozens took part in the 15-mile walk from Royal Preston to Chorley Hospital to show they're not going anywhere. The campaign is now into 28th weekend after the emergency department shut it's doors back in April.
Last Updated: 2:26pm, 11th October 2016
80 protesters boarded coaches to London yesterday (10th Oct) with the intention of influencing MPs to support their campaign and to raise the profile of their struggle. They delivered a petition to Parliament signed by more than 23,000 people - all supporting the reopening.
Last Updated: 12:21pm, 4th October 2016
The independent review panel, jointly commissioned by NHS England and NHS Improvement, looked at the current arrangements at both Preston and Chorley hospitals, to ascertain whether the department at Chorley could reopen, within the current medical staffing available.
Last Updated: 11:55am, 17th September 2016
Campaigners fighting for the re-opening of the emergency department in Chorley called on the support of hundreds of others, whose hospitals were under pressure themselves. Organiser Andrew Birchall hoped the campaign would show how closing A&E's like Chorley would affect others across the county.
Last Updated: 9:13am, 8th August 2016
NHS Improvement is expected to confirm later who will carry out the investigation, which hopes to address whether or not the decision to extend the closure of the emergency department until April 2017 has been made appropriately.
Last Updated: 4:46pm, 3rd August 2016
The Urgent Care Centre at the hospital will remain in its place to provide treatment until April next year, when the situation will be reviewed again. It's a bitter blow for campaigners fighting to get the emergency service back for the town, after its closure in April. This Saturday will be their 17th week demonstrating at the hospital gates.
Last Updated: 3:59pm, 29th July 2016
The Trust released a statement admitting that although staffing levels had increased slightly, they still hadn't recruited enough doctors to safely re-open the service as hoped in August - so what happens now?
Last Updated: 5:12pm, 28th July 2016
The latest update from the Trust cites a recruitment problem as the reason for the delay. The department was downgraded to an Urgent Care Centre on 18th April due to staffing issues which, 16 weeks down the line, haven't been resolved.
Last Updated: 3:27pm, 28th July 2016
An 82-year-old woman campaigning for the reinstatement of Chorley A&E has suffered the ultimate irony after a fall outside the hospital resulted in an ambulance ride to Royal Preston. She'd previously been recovering from major heart surgery.