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Bolton residents, who are isolating because of Covid-19, may be able to claim a £500 support payment if they cannot work and face a loss of income.
The government has confirmed Bolton, along with the rest of Greater Manchester, will be placed in Tier 3 or “Very High” COVID Alert Level from 00.01am on Friday (October 23).
Queens Park has won a prestigious award for the fifth year in a row, highlighting Bolton Council’s commitment to providing excellent green spaces.
Grants totalling £250,000 are available through Bolton’s Fund for groups helping residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to access food and other essentials.
Across GM a number of fixed penalty notices have been issued to residents and businesses.
Bolton Council’s former Head of Libraries and Museums has been recognised in The Queen’s Birthday Honours List for her tireless work as a champion of libraries for more than 40 years.
World Mental Health Day this Saturday (10th October), aims to raise awareness of the issues surrounding mental health.
The Planning Inspectorate has confirmed that the virtual inquiry into planning issues at Grundy Fold Farm, which was scheduled to start tomorrow (October 6), has been postponed due to illness.
Partners come together to ask for your help to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Bolton will be brought in line with the rest of Greater Manchester from tomorrow (Oct 3).