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All news releases are issued by the council's Public Relations team. For general media and press enquiries, email pr@wigan.gov.uk.

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The Deal Conference

Description
Public servants from across the UK descended on Wigan on Wednesday 27th September to find out more about The Deal.
Date:
28/09/2017

Fallen solider honoured with street naming 100 years after being awarded Victoria Cross

Description
A Wigan street is to be named after soldier Lance Corporal Thomas Woodcock this week, 100 years after he was awarded the Victoria Cross.
Date:
12/09/2017

Nice-Pak sign Wigan Borough's armed forces covenant

Description
The company behind a world class manufacturing base in Wigan, has pledged its support to the armed forces community.
Date:
01/09/2017

Believe in Leigh

Description
Leigh residents submit ideas on how to spend £4m.
Date:
14/08/2017

Council tenants encouraged to download ReportIT

Description
New ReportIT app developments allow all residents, including council housed tenants, to report even more issues at the tip of their fingers.
Date:
12/06/2017

Experience a World War One trench this Armed Forces Day

Description
Military displays, musical entertainment and a World War One simulation dome will come to Leigh Civic Square next weekend as Armed Forces Day returns.
Date:
12/06/2017

Leigh town centre public realm improvements

Description
Preliminary work will begin this week on improvements to Leigh town centre.
Date:
30/05/2017

Families find new homes thanks to innovative Empty to Plenty scheme

Description
Derelict properties in the Wigan Borough have been given an impressive makeover, providing homes for residents in need of affordable housing
Date:
26/05/2017

The most important meal of the day

Description
How many of us skip breakfast altogether and don't consider the nutritional benefits of eating a good breakfast?
Date:
16/01/2017

Battle of the Somme events roll out in Wigan Borough

Description
July marks the centenary of the Battle of the Somme and a number of community groups in Wigan Borough have achieved funding from the World War One Community Grant Scheme to hold commemorative events.
Date:
24/06/2016
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