The Labour party flipped Bolton from blue to red in the 2023 council elections – although the party did not
Brexit-mad Bolton council has triumphantly announced that it will be officially celebrating leaving the EU in a dazzling fashion.
Bolton’s Town Hall will be lit up in the red, white and blue colours of the Union Jack while the flag of Great Britain will be proudly flying on every single civic building and civic flagpole across the borough.
The FSB issued results of an FOI request under embargoe last week claiming that out of the ten local authorities that make up Greater Manchester, Bolton scored the highest for complaints about potholes with 13,915 moans made in 2013/14.
A memorial to those who lost their lives in the Gallipoli campaign in WW1 will be raised in Queens Park in Bolton on Sunday.
Manchester MPs think Transport for the North (TfN) will be good for business, but have said it needs to be beneficial for everyone else as well.
Warning: Not suitable for passers-by due to big signs! Bolton model shop’s adverts banned as ‘safety hazard’
A Bolton shopkeeper has been banned from displaying signs directing customers to his tiny independent model shop – after council officials claimed they were a ‘health and safety’ hazard.
St George’s shame? Bolton councillor says English shun ‘opportunity for celebration’ unlike other communities’
Conservative Councillor for Bradshaw, Mudasir Dean, put forward a motion for schools in Bolton to fly the Union flag and sing the national anthem in assemblies to ‘inspire patriotism’
Bolton Council to encourage schools to fly Union flag and sing national anthem to ‘inspire patriotism’
The move was approved following a vote at a full council meeting at Bolton Town Hall on Wednesday
This is my plaice! Bolton council takes a battering after being forced to scrap market revamp by defiant chippy owner
Peter McGowan says win is a victory for the little people
37% of children in Farnworth are living in poverty
Lee Lane in Horwich and the A6 Blackrod Bypass identified as high priority sites