Over 120 Cannabis plants have been seized as part of a drug operation in Chorley.
Police discovered the plants after a number of pre-planned raids in on Thursday.
Five warrants were executed simultaneously at addresses in Seymour Street, Moor Road, Eaves Lane and Longton Street as part of Operation Corduroy.
A warrant at Brow Hey, Clayton Brook was executed later in the day.
Officers found over 20 cannabis plants and hydroponics growing equipment in a garden shed at an address on Moor Road.
Ben Yates aged 24, from Moor Road was arrested and has been charged with possession of a Class B drug and production of a Class B drug.
He has been bailed to appear at Chorley Magistrates on November 4.
Police also raided two addresses on Seymour Street, seizing over 100 Cannabis plants, hydroponics growing equipment and other items used in the production and cultivation of cannabis.
A 47-year-old man and 39-year-old woman both from Buchanan Street, Chorley were later arrested for production and being concerned in the production of a Class B drug.
They have been released on bail until December 3.
Operation Corduroy began around 10am yesterday morning and involved over 50 officers from across Lancashire Constabulary including support units and Neighbourhood Policing Officers.