Brand new testing campaign launched
Let's get back to what we love.
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Bolton residents have been encouraged to keep themselves and others safe as we enter Step 4 of the government’s COVID-19 roadmap.Read all
Download the Self-Isolation Support Pack and 10 Ways To Do Your 10 Days Checklist for everything you need to know to prepare for and get through your self-isolation period.Read all
Bolton’s volunteers have received a well-deserved “thank you” from across the community for their vital support at the most challenging of times.
Got a question about our testing programme.- the answers are all here!
The Community Champions programme is picking up pace in Bolton and it's newest recruit understands the important role champions play in supporting with the local response to COVID-19.
On-site COVID-19 testing has resumed at some secondary schools in Bolton, just one of many measures introduced as the community pulls together to fight rising infection rates.
Join the team every weekend in June for the new Magical Stories Extra Fun Sessions at Smithills Hall.
Residents in Bolton are being encouraged to sign up to become a Community Champion
Bolton Council and its partners have confirmed a phased response to rising COVID rates - but there are simple steps we can ALL take to bring the virus under control..
Here we answer some of your questions about enhanced testing, vaccinations and how we are responding to rising COVID infection rates in Bolton.
Bolton’s Museum, the aquarium, Hall ‘ith’ Wood and Smithills Hall will reopen next week as part of the roadmap out of lockdown restrictions.
More test sites, vaccine drive and community engagement announced as Bolton Council and partners respond to rising infection rates
A rejuvenated Rock Hall will feature a community café and a wedding venue as plans to restore the popular Farnworth landmark take a significant step forward.
Bolton Council has agreed a £1.5m programme to support local families during the school holidays in 2021, starting with the Easter break.
A new team of COVID Support Officers will help Bolton shop with confidence this festive season.
A telephone survey on the relationships between childhood adversity and health and wellbeing during COVID-19 is taking place across Bolton
Work to make Bolton town centre’s roads safer for everyone continues in the new year.
All household waste recycling centres across Greater Manchester will remain open, following government guidance as of 5 January 2021. Please only visit if it is essential.
New guidelines have been introduced to tackle coronavirus (COVID-19). It means that the Register Office needs to introduce emergency measures to prioritise services.
A new pattern of wards is being developed for Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council.