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Self Care Week is all about looking after yourself mentally and physically. We have put together the following advice to help support you.
Every pantomime story needs a happy ending, and this year is no exception.
Bolton residents and businesses have until December 2 to have their say on ambitious new plans to improve air quality in the borough.
A three month closure order was successfully secured at Manchester and Salford Magistrates' Court on Monday 9 November 2020, for a property on Carlton Street, Farnworth.
Visitors to Bolton town centre can continue to enjoy free parking for another seven months.
Families in Bolton are being urged to follow five simple steps to help children develop the valuable language skills they need to succeed.
Bolton Town Hall is being lit poppy red to commemorate those from the borough who have died in conflict around the world.
Residents and businesses in Bolton can help shape Greater Manchester plans to reduce air pollution on local roads as well as proposals for minimum standards for taxis and private hire vehicles.
Bolton Central Library and all nine community libraries across the borough will continue to offer essential services throughout lockdown.
Grants of up to £25,000 are available for social enterprises in Bolton.
It’s ‘Talk Money Week’ from November 9 to 13 and Bolton Council’s Money Skills Service is here to help