Fresh footage has appeared showing the moment a brawl with 20 people broke out on a Chorley pub terrace.

Police were called to The Talbot pub in Euxton, near Chorley, on Saturday (May 15) after initial reports of a fight involving some 80 people.

On Monday, officers revised this to around 20 people being involved in the altercation down Balshaw Lane.

The fight took place in the outdoor area of the pub, with three people injured including a member of staff being punched in the face.

Two pub-goers were also injured when glasses were allegedly thrown, with one suffering cuts and a possible broken jaw and eye socket, while the second suffered cuts to the face.

LancsLive has now gained footage of the fight.

In the video, glasses can be heard being smashed with women screaming as the fight continues in a marquee area of the venue.

An object is also see thrown towards the direction of the camera being smashing off-screen.

Lancashire Constabulary confirmed today (May 18) that enquiries are ongoing and no arrests have been made yet.

Officers have released the images of two men, captured on CCTV, who they would like to speak to in relation to the incident.

Anyone who recognises them are urged to contact police.

Police want to speak to these two people in connection with a fight at a pub in Euxton
Police want to speak to these two people in connection with a fight at a pub in Euxton

Det Insp Steve Monk, of Chorley Police, said: “On Saturday night we were made aware of an altercation which had broken out in the outdoor area of a pub. This escalated and several people were injured in the affray which ensued.

“Although we now believe the numbers involved were not as high as first thought, it is still utterly unacceptable that this occurred. The majority of those at the pub that night were simply trying to enjoy their evening peacefully.

“We would now like to identify the two men in the attached images as part of our enquiries, and we are asking anybody who recognises them to get in touch straight away.

“We are also asking people to get in touch if they witnessed the incident and have not yet been spoken to by police, or if they have any other information that could help with our investigation.”

Anybody with information is asked to get in touch on 101, quoting log 1610 of May 15.

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