To improve the lives of the people of Bolton, strengthen community spirit, and prove that beautiful historical buildings can be of useonce more, saving themselves from decay and demolition in the process. We want to create a unique programme ofevents and activities that will draw people from all around Bolton and beyond to abuilding of national importancewhich was once at the centre of acommunity. We try to offer something for everyone, from afternoon tea to a sponsored abseil down the bell
Astley Street, BL1 8EY
Amanda Fairclough Stage and Film School provide drama / acting classes for children age 5- 18 years. The children participate in two shows a year and have even developed their own youth theatre name - The Performing Arts Company. However, our ethos is one of building confidence in children through drama and acting where children feel safe and have fun to experiment. We also occasionally run 'Guest Workshops' in Filming, Stage Combat, Circus Skills, Singing and Dancing where children can
Horwich Resource Centre, Beaumont Road, BL6 7BG
ABolton wideenquiry service providing quick, thorough responses to questions sent by phone, email, Twitter or letter. Alternatively, just walk into your local library and ask the staff. We aim to answer questions big and small on anything and everything. You can ask us any question,we can giveinformation and refer you to the most relevant agency or person to help you with your query.We provide local and national tourist information, general knowledge facts, business, consumerand job-hunting
Le Mans Crescent, BL1 1SE
BCMCS is an amateur operatic and choral society comprising of a Youth Theatre, Choral, and Musical sections all of which give public performances throughout the year. We welcome anyone who is interested in performing in musical theatre or choral work, or working front of house or backstage.
707 Bradshaw Road, BL2 4JR
Annual scarecrow event. There will be lots to do over the weekend and 100 scarecrows to see. Bring your family along for a great day out.
6 Nightingale Road, BL6 5DX
We’ve got something for everyone… there’s great music, including tributes to Dolly Parton, Genesis and The Eagles. As ever there’s fantastic live comedy from the likes of Jimmy Carr and legendary US comic Doug Stanhope. There’s family entertainment the kids will love with American Wrestling Live, while we’ve also got Wildboyz, straight from London’s West End (one for the ladies!). Ticket Sales: 01204 334400
The Albert Halls, Town Hall, BL1 1RU
Bolton and District Round Table are part of a National organisation that promotes fun, friendship and networking opportunities for young men aged 18-45. We organise events and activities throughout the year that include walks, curry nights, visits to sporting events as well as taking part in fundraising activities that enable us to distribute monies raised to local community projects and organisations. We are always seeking like minded individuals to come along, get involved be part of a
568 Chorley New Road, BL6 6ES
We are an arts group that was set up to provide a place for people to practice art, especially those who had mental health issues, disabilities and illness. We are open to members of the wider community and have many professionally qualified artists in a magnitude of disciplines. We are open 10am until 10pm for the artists and hold at least 4 exhibitions a year. There is a workshop for hire, a kiln and studios for hire. Free internet access is available in a friendly atmosphere.
16 Back Ainsworth Street, BL1 3HQ
Bolton at Home's Percent for Art team comprises four Housing Arts Officers based inthe organisation'sCommunity Investment Team.We work with others to develop arts projects that help to improve communities in Bolton and benefit our customers. We contract appropriate artists or arts organisations, and manage the project from start to finish. The service actively encourages individuals and community groups to get involved in schemes that offer creative solutions to neighbourhood issues. Arts
98 Waters Meeting Road, BL1 8SW
Wed 4th – Sat 7th October 2017 The premier UK Beer Festival attracting more than 200 beers, wines, spirits and much more over a 4 day festival. Bolton Beer Festival, in conjunction with SIBA (North West), continues to be one of the highlights of the social calendar for all in the town, as well as a great corporate event. Funds raised support Bolton Lads & Girls Club who do a fantastic job with the youth of the town. This year we are holding the Festival in the Premier Suite at the
Premier Suite, Macron Stadium, Burnden Way, BL6 6JW
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