Former Westhoughton mayor Arthur Price has carried out a litter pick on Dicconson Lane and Chorley Road today. Councillor Price, who is the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Westhoughton North ward in this year’s May elections, said: “Eight bags and 90 minutes later and I can honestly say what was collected didn’t even touch the… Continue reading Arthur Price litter picks Dicconson Lane
We can all agree that this view at Four Gates is absolutely beautiful. Unfortunately it’s a case of enjoy it while it lasts.
Plans for 58 houses at Hartley’s Farm, off Wingates Lane, must be thrown out again, town councillor Bernadette Eckersley-Fallon has said.
A developer has resubmitted identical plans for 14 houses on the same site at the end of Dixon Street, in Wingates.
Plans for electricity to be stored in a new “battery farm” in Westhoughton have been announced.
Primarily involved in the production, packaging and storage of patient kits for clinical trials, Catalent currently employs over 200 people at its Westhoughton site – and another 50 jobs are to be created.
A road in Wingates has been left broken despite Bolton Council’s promise to resurface it.
Plans have been submitted for 58 houses on the site of Hartley’s Farm, on Wingates Lane, just before the motorway bridge.
Westhoughton Liberal Democrats have won two stunning victories in the Daisy Hill and Wingates by-elections. Rebekah Fairhurst and Bernadette Eckersley-Fallon were elected to Westhoughton Town Council to represent the Daisy Hill and Wingates wards respectively. Daisy Hill voted 56% for Rebekah and Wingates 53% for Bernadette, some of the biggest victories that the Liberal Democrats… Continue reading Stunning victories for Liberal Democrats in Westhoughton
On Thursday 23 February Wingates and Four Gates residents will have a vote to elect a new town councillor. It’s time for a fresh start. Let’s elect Bernadette Eckersley-Fallon, who until just recently was an ordinary resident like you but having become fed up with the way Labour treat Westhoughton, she decided she would do something… Continue reading Wingates, it’s time for a fresh voice for our area
Plans to demolish a house in Chorley Road and construct 12 five-bedroom homes on the site have been approved.
Plans for 12 new luxury homes in the Wingates green belt have been refused by Bolton Council.