For International Cat Day we asked Westhoughton residents to share with us pictures of their adorable feline friends. Here are some of the beautiful pictures we received. Can you spot your cat?
A service will take place on Sunday 25 March at 3pm at St Bartholomew’s Church to mark the ministry of Canon Chris Bracegirdle, the team rector. All welcome.
Looking for something to do in the Westhoughton area over the next few days? Here’s a guide to some of the events we found. Eating out How about this chef’s night at The Kitchen on Market Street, this Wednesday? Music How about this free music concert at Westhoughton High School on Wednesday 24th January? Sport… Continue reading What to do in Westhoughton this week
Westhoughton teenage dancer Jaiden Sayer has won Bolton’s Got Talent after wowing judges including comedian Peter Kay.
Everyone loves a good old village fayre. Why not join the Westhoughton Village Fayre on Saturday, 27 June? This year the fayre will be hosted by Washacre Primary School. Carl Messenger, school business manager, said: “The Westhougton Village Fayre has proven to be a huge success in recent years, pulling together the community of Westhoughton… Continue reading Village fayre to pull in the crowds
Dog lovers are being invited to join 11-year-old Scarlett Berry at her charity dog show in Westhoughton’s Central Park. The third annual Barking Berry’s Fun Dog Show will take place on Saturday, June 6. Since she was 8, wannabe vet Scarlett has raised £12,500 for animal rescues selling her homemade dog biscuits, taking part in… Continue reading Dog show delight for Westhoughton