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Don’t miss the deadline for housing comments (31/01/2008)
Many households across Wigan and Leigh will have received a Housing Needs Survey through the post by now and Wigan Council would like to remind residents to send their completed questionnaires back by Wednesday February 6.
Wigan Has a Heart – Support Group Launched for Cardiac Patients (30/01/2008)
Wigan Borough has one of the highest rates of coronary heart disease in the whole of the North West. Now a new era in care for patients with heart conditions has been set in motion.
Wigan Sports Awards Honour Local Heroes (30/01/2008)
Wigan Borough’s sporting community enjoyed a taste of the Orient on Friday evening as they gathered to celebrate the 8th Wigan Borough Sports Awards at the JJB Stadium.
Connexions Building Futures (30/01/2008)
Wigan Council Children and Young People’s Services (CYPS) is giving a helping hand to young people looking to secure construction jobs.
February Fiction Festival to Feature Mystery and History (30/01/2008)
Literature lovers of all ages from Atherton and Tyldesley will be enthralled by mysterious tales and historical adventures in February.
Partnership Convention – A change for the better (25/01/2008)
What kind of future will our young people inherit? Bright or bleak? Carefree or chaotic? This is just one of the weighty questions that people from all over our borough will be getting together to try and decide at this year’s Wigan Borough Partnership Convention.
Sports village Olympic boost - council leader to lobby for Leigh in Kiev (24/01/2008)
Ambitious plans to persuade the Ukrainian Olympic squad to use Leigh Sports Village as its training camp before the 2012 games in London have been given a boost.
“A model for the UK” – Schools Secretary Ed Balls hails Westfield primary (22/01/2008)
A Wigan primary school has been hailed as a model for the rest of Britain by Children, Schools and Families Secretary Ed Balls MP.
Anti social Norley family lose their home (21/01/2008)
A Wigan family have lost their home after repeatedly failing to heed warnings about their anti social behaviour.
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