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Christmas 2013 is coming.
First out of the blocks this year is St Thomas Primary school with their Christmas fair on 23rd November
Check out the events page for all upcoming Christmas events.
The Gaiety building has finally been demolished, after years of not being used the building had fallen into dis-repair, it was finally decided to demolish the building and within the last couple of months the building is no more
Westhoughton Communiversity Kids Club
Westhoughton Communiversity. Central Drive
open to young people aged 8-14, Alternate Saturdays 10am to 12 noon
£1.50 per child, Drink and Snack provided.
Safety scheme for Westhoughton road
Bolton Council have approved plans to improve safety in Westhoughton.
There have been 16 accidents and 17 casualties along Wigan Road, between Wearish Lane and Cricketers Way, between 2006 to 2010.
Plans, have been approved to install two refuges to help pedestrians cross the road. One will be installed near Walker Street and one near Dobb Brow.
Two new signs will be erected near Southfield Drive, warning motorists about the approaching bend.
And hatch markings will also be painted along Wigan Road, from Wearish Lane to Cricketers Way, to improve safety.
The safety measures will be implemented as part of the resurfacing work that is currently underway on Wigan Road.
The pretoria pit disaster memorial in the centre of the town.
Have you checked out whats going on in the marker these days?.
With 33 stalls, the stall holders have worked together to make this one of the best markets it he country.
There is a farmers market held on the 1st Saturday of every month.
To check on stall availability, please email email@example.com
or call 01942 634763 for more details
Central Park has beed upgraded, the park is now a pleasant child friendly place to meet and play.