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Government's Fair Cost of Care guidance, the Council has carried out a cost of care exercise with care providers to further understand the cost of providing care at home and in care homes within the Borough
Local and family history collections including books, pamphlets, local newspapers, maps, census and parish registers.
Local and family history collections including books, pamphlets, local newspapers, maps, census and parish registers.
Family Hubs are a new way of bringing together all the support a family may need, from pregnancy through to young people turning 19 (or 25 if they have a Special Educational need or disability (SEND).
The Family Information Service provides information to families about help with the cost of childcare, eligibility and access to government funded early education and finding childcare services in your area. We also offer business support to childcare settings and advice on setting up a childcare service.
We want to hear your ideas and feedback about what we are doing well. Also, if there is anything we need to improve please tell us about it so that we can offer you the best possible experience.
Wigan Council are a film-friendly local authority who are members of the Filming in England Partnership.
The budget that the council has agreed for the financial year.
Search the Care Quality Commission directory for a care home in the borough.
Search and apply for a home, find out your options, getting on the housing register, leaving accommodation and more.
Find out what ward you live in and polling district.
First homes is a new scheme which is designed to help local first time buyers and key works onto the property ladder. The homes offered through this scheme will be discounted by a minimum of 30% compared to market value. The homes purchased under this scheme will remain first homes forever. This means that generations of new buyers will continue to benefit from this scheme every time the property is sold.
This is a fine issued for a criminal offence including parking offences, anti-social behaviour and environmental crime.
Preparing for a flood, managing flood risk, who is responsible for rivers, drains and sewers and reporting a flooding issue.
How to report fly tipping around the borough.
Food hygiene ratings, registering a food premises, food hygiene inspections, report a complaint and more.
Notice of every key decision which is due to be taken in the next 28 days.
Find out who can foster, what your options are and how to apply to become one.
All 3 and 4 year old children are entitled to free early education and childcare for 15 hours per week for 38 weeks a year.
Parents who are on low income can apply for free school meals for their children.
An overview of Data Protection and Freedom of Information.
Tips on how to resolve some issues with frozen pipes and boiler issues which may impact in loss of hot water and heating.
English and Maths are essential skills to secure a new job, move on to a further education course, or even to help your child at home with their school work.
Some children who are aged two years of age can access 15 hours of free early education and childcare.
Get access to the latest funding opportunities, including our Business Booster and Growth Accelerator.
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