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Providing homes for families
and people leaving the armed forces and taking a tough stance on people who
cause anti-social behaviour – these are the top priorities of a new housing
policy from Wigan Council.
This month, Wigan Council is
introducing a new Housing Allocations Policy which sets out who gets a council
property. The policy was developed with tenants, Wigan Council and Wigan
and Leigh Housing, and gives...
Council staff are showing
'true grit' by giving their all to keep one of Britain's biggest boroughs
Since Friday evening's snowfall
workers have been out and about across the 77 square miles of Wigan Borough,
gritting, clearing and keeping the roads and footpaths as clear and safe as
The council's gritting policy
is to treat all major road and public transport routes. Grit bins have also
been placed at strategic...
Crisis in Leigh – a tanker has crashed and there has been a serious chemical
leak. Residents in the area have been evacuated and the council has set up a
rest centre for evacuees in the hall of Bedford High School.
Don't worry – it's only a simulation called 'Exercise Wristband'. The whole
scenario has been staged by council civil contingencies officers and partners,
including the PCT, Red Cross and Wigan...
The council's ruling cabinet has agreed to a new offer for free swimming for
the year ahead that will target those groups who will benefit most.
In 2009 Wigan Council and its partners Wigan, Leisure and Culture Trust and
Ashton, Leigh and Wigan Primary Care Trust, led the way nationally by becoming
one of the first boroughs in the country to offer free-swimming for all.
Prior to the borough had piloted free swimming for the 16s...
TWO men posed as BT workers to burgle numerous shops including WH Smith stores in Bristol and Weston-super-Mare. The duo stole tens of thousands of pounds from branches of WH Smith across the South of England in a sophisticated spree of daring burglaries, a court heard. They also targeted a branch of Peacocks in Gloucester and a Superdrug in Monmouth. The pair managed to steal well in excess of £100,000 during the crime spree...
BRISTOL-based stock broker Hargreaves Lansdown is one of the companies taking a hit as the crisis gripping the Stock Market shows no signs of easing. In the space of just a few hours yesterday the value of the country's leading 100 companies dropped by a staggering £64 billion. Hargreaves Lansdown, which was promoted to the all important FTSE 100 at the start of the year, has seen the value of its shares fall by 12 per cent...
WOULD any kind people who know the whereabouts of a lady, aged 71, Janet May Ashby, mother of Roy, Debbie, Ivan and Robert, from Coventry, who moved to the Bristol area in 1990 be so kind as to let the Evening Post know? As an old friend I would be forever grateful. Frank Marlow Sidmouth
A FORMER drug addict caught growing cannabis at his home in Knowle has been given a 12-month suspended prison sentence. When police raided the home of David McDermott, 25, they found nine cannabis plants in a bedroom, Bristol Crown Court heard. During the search on February 18, officers found five wraps of cannabis, each containing one gram of the Class B drug. They also found a bag containing a small amount of amphetamine powder, a...
A WIDOW says she is fed up with "thoroughly unpleasant" bus journeys with dogs on seats and disagreeable smells on a route in Bristol. Theresa Driscoll has used the small First no 36 bus since her husband David Waters passed away four months ago. Mr Waters was a local stalwart who worked tirelessly for the community of Brislington and his Ms Driscoll, 63, embodies her husband's fighting spirit. Since catching the bus...