Town hall clock tower
Safety work starts to St Peters Way
Overnight closures start on St Peters Way next week
photo of town hall
Bolton a leader in looking after vulnerable children
Bolton is officially one of the best authorities in the country when it comes to looking after its most vulnerable children.
Photo of Ainsley Harriott and guests
Special food fest events on sale
Tickets for a series of special events which will be held at Bolton Food and Drink Festival are now on sale.
Trio fined for dumping rubbish

Three people will have to pay a total of £2,139 after they were prosecuted by Bolton Council for dumping waste.
Tickets on sale for Mayoral Caribbean-themed Charity Ball

People can escape the winter blues at the Mayor of Bolton’s charity ball.
The chase is on to see “The Sinnerman”

Quiz show favourite Paul Sinha will appear at the Albert Halls’ comedy club on Saturday, February 10.
Bolton's young people need you!

Bolton’s play and youth service is appealing for volunteers to help provide activities for thousands of young people in the borough.
Ken Dodd cancels Albert Halls show

Ken Dodd’s forthcoming show at the Albert Halls Bolton has been cancelled.
Charity awarded nearly £500K lottery grant

A housing scheme that supports young people has been awarded almost £500,000 to expand one of its projects.
Hearts for the Arts Awards 2018

Councillor Cliff Morris and Director of Place Stephen Young have been shortlisted for prestigious arts awards.
Hulton by-election results

A by-election was held for the Hulton ward on Thursday, January 18 and a new councillor elected.
Consultation on Church Wharf

A document which will guide the multi-million pound comprehensive redevelopment of Church Wharf will open for comments on January 22.
Fine for breaching planning regulations

A homeowner will have to pay more than £400 after breaching planning regulations.
Butcher fined for illegally dumping waste

A butcher has been fined more than £5,000 after dumping food waste which attracted maggots in the communal bins at the flats where he lived.
Resident sentenced for flytipping

A man has been sentenced to a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay almost £1,000 in costs after he dumped rubbish in a back street.
Deadline for applications to primary school

Parents are reminded to submit their application for a primary school place before the January 15, 2018 deadline.

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