Alderwasley Hall School and Sixth Form Centre is an independent specialist day and residential school for young people aged 5 to 19 years with Specific Language Disorders, Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorders, all of whom experience complex speech, language and communication needs. We also have expertise in working with children and young people with Acquired Brain Injury. The School and Sixth Form Centre are located on separate sites within five miles of
Alderwasley Hall School, DE56 2SR
1002 59 135 http://www.alexandra-nursery.org.uk.
Martha Street, Bolton, BL3 4AH
3351 60 232 http://www.all-saints.bolton.sch.uk.
Devon Street, Bolton, BL4 7PY
2040 61 217 http://www.beaumont.bolton.sch.uk/ .
Wendover Drive, Bolton, BL3 4RX
Birtenshaw is a registered charity (1092798). Established in Bromley Cross, Bolton in 1956Birtenshaw provides a unique range of services for children and young adults with physical disability, including complex health needs and /or learning disability, including Autism Spectrum Conditions. Through Birtenshaw Special School and Birtenshaw College we provide special education for children and young people with Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND), aged from 3 years old into young
Birtenshaw, Darwen Road, BL7 9AB
Bishop Bridgeman is a successful, happy and thriving Church of England Primary School, catering for children from a wide variety of faith and cultural backgrounds. Our aim is to provide a broad and balanced curriculum which allows all children to
Rupert Street, Bolton, BL3 6PY
3023 63 214 http://www.blackrodchurchschool.com.
Vicarage Road West, Blackrod, Bolton, BL6 5DE
2067 64 209 www.blackrodprimary.co.uk.
Manchester Road, Blackrod, Bolton, BL6 5SY
2042 65 227 http://www.blackshaw.bolton.sch.uk/ .
Bideford Drive, Bolton, BL2 6TE
We are affiliated to both Lancashire County FA and the WFA, whose insurance covers our activities. In September 2012, we were awarded the FA Charter Standard Club status.We offer training sessions for beginners and those who want to play recreationally. If you are a powered wheelchair user, why not come and watch us training to see if you fancy giving it a try.We usually train on Friday evenings from 5pm to 7.30pm at Smithills Sports Centre, Smithills Dean Road, BL1 6JS.
Smithills Sports Centre, Smithills Dean Road, BL1 6JS
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