Café Society Comes to Tyldesley (25/10/2006)
Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? Because that’s exactly what one lucky family will be getting courtesy of Tyldesley’s newest eaterie. The Tyldesley Sure Start Children’s Centre based at the Health Centre on Poplar Street is giving everyone food for thought by opening its very own café.
Beth Takes Power – Teenager Is Wigan’s New Mayor (24/10/2006)
The new Mayor of Wigan is a 13-year-old girl from Hindley. Hindley High School pupil Beth Pugh says she is really looking forward to becoming the borough’s famous first citizen to help promote local democracy.
Flytippers Warned – Don’t Rubbish Bonfire Night! (24/10/2006)
You are being watched! That’s the message from Wigan Council to anyone thinking of using the upcoming November 5 celebrations as a sneaky way of getting rid of their waste.
A Sure Start For Platt Bridge (24/10/2006)
It’s a service that’s helped hundreds of young children across our borough get a flying start in life. And now Sure Start is set to help even more under fives and their parents as it comes to Platt Bridge.
Keep It In The Family With Tyldesley Parent and Carers Group (24/10/2006)
It’s one of the toughest jobs around…. Being a parent is a full-time, lifetime job with little time to call your own.But now Tyldesley Sure Start is sending a message to all parents and carers across the borough. Come and see what’s free and fun in Tyldesley and Shakerley.
Investment in Ince (23/10/2006)
People in Ince are set to benefit from major community safety and environmental improvements.
What a difference a year makes (23/10/2006)
Burglars in Wigan are now three times more likely to be caught than they were this time last year.
Jobs boost as retail skills shop comes to town (23/10/2006)
With Wigan’s showpiece new shopping centre just five months away from its grand opening, Wigan Council is helping the town’s retailers meet the anticipated upsurge in demand for trained staff.
Carbon cuts - council’s cool heads tackle a hot topic (18/10/2006)
We’ve been enjoying the longest summer ever recorded, thanks to global warming. But whilst many of us have been soaking up the extra sunshine, Wigan Council has been working out how to help stop the planet from getting any hotter.
Hindley’s WKD side (16/10/2006)
A Hindley licensee has been fined £1 000 for selling alcohol to a 13 year old during an undercover operation by Wigan Council.