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Pre-school education and childcare in Wigan Borough, including free childcare for 2, 3 and 4-year-olds.
Guidance for professionals including childminders, out of school clubs and supporting children with special educational needs.
Information on education, schools, adult learning and more.
An EHC Plan looks at all the needs that a young person has within education, health and care. Professionals and the family together consider what outcomes they would like to see.
Information for parents - Advice and support for young people to help them with progress in education, positive mental health, personal and social development.
Information on available support services, residential care, dementia, supported living and more.
Find out information regarding when local, by-elections, parish, UK, European, and police and crime commissioner elections take place.
Read full digital copies of your favourite magazines for free from your computer, smartphone or tablet.
Find emergency council contacts and other organisations to call in an emergency.
The council has developed plans and procedures to ensure we can respond effectively to emergencies affecting the borough whatever the incident.
We can offer you help and support to bring your empty home back to life.
Wigan Council act as an Enforcement Agent (Bailiff) for the collection of Council Tax and Business Rates alongside external enforcement agencies.
Environmental crime can be fly-tipping, fly posting, dog fouling and abandoned cars, and if you are prosecuted for any of these then you will receive a fixed penalty notice.
Food hygiene and safety for businesses, pollution and private water supplies, and pest control guidance.
Pests, land, noise and air pollution, dog control and food hygiene standards.
Read our policies on equality, diversity and cohesion in Wigan Borough.
This allows you to keep your passports while your applications for documentation to prove your right to live in the UK are being processed.
Apply to hold an event on the public highway, such as parades or walking days.
If you intend to dig into a public road, you will need to apply for a Section 50 licence.
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