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  1. Walter Dolphin

    Walter gets back in the swing at Bolton Palais

    We recently caught up with 80-year-old Walter Dolphin – one of our residents from Breightmet, granddad of five and a star of the BBC’s hit programme, You Make Me Feel Like Dancing. If you missed it in January, this two-part special sought to transform The Palais de Danse (the former Ikon and Ritzy nightclub on Bridge Street) into its dance hall heyday of the 50s and 60s, and get Bolton people dancing again.

  2. Domestic abuse survivor speaks out to help others

    Domestic abuse is any type of threatening, controlling or violent behaviour between people in a close relationship. It isn’t just physical violence either - it can be any form of emotional, sexual, financial or psychological abuse. Though it's generally thought to be underreported, statistics say that for every three victims of domestic abuse, two will be female and one will be male.

    Here, we highlight one man’s experience of domestic abuse and how we were able to help him.

  3. It pays to contact us

    Since April 2015 our Money Advice Service has generated a total of £1,494,382 in financial gains for Bolton at Home customers. Can we help you?

  4. Guiding you through benefit changes

    More welfare changes are coming into force. Here’s a round-up of the latest developments and how you could be affected if you claim benefits.

  5. Bolton at Home shortlisted for Business in the Community Awards 2016

    Bolton at Home among the best in the business

    We've been shortlisted for Business in the Community’s Responsible Business Awards in the ‘employment for excluded groups’ category.
     
    We ask our partners and suppliers, as part of their contracts, to create jobs, work experience or training opportunities for the long-term unemployed on Bolton’s estates who need extra help to get into work. 
  6. Special shirt for Wanderers next league clash

    Special shirt for Wanderers next league clash

    Bolton Wanderers players will wear shirts carrying our logo as they take on Middlesborough at The Macron Stadium this Saturday (16 April).

    The club and its community trust are making the game their annual community match fixture, recognising their partnership with us, and they’ve donated 1,500 tickets to our customers engaged in neighbourhood services and active in their communities.

  7. David Wheater visits Storehouse Pantry

    Wanderers’ ace lends a helping hand at Storehouse Pantry

    Star defender David Wheater visited a community food project in Johnson Fold on Wednesday (6 April) to present residents with free tickets for Bolton Wanderers’ upcoming clash against Middlesborough, whilst packing their bags for them.

  8. Four Seasons Unite is a new group to come up with activities for extra care sites

    Tea parties launch new Bolton residents’ group

    Vintage tea parties are being held to mark the start of a new partnership between residents at four of Bolton’s supported housing sites.

    Four Seasons Unite is a new residents’ group that will represent those living at Bolton at Home’s four ‘extra care’ sites at Merton in Deane, Eldon St in Tonge, and Maxton House and Campbell House in Farnworth.

  9. Food, the recipe to bring communities together

    Gaynor Cox, Housing Arts Officer, has written our latest blog post and you can read it here: http://bit.ly/1pq3XyR

    Gaynor explains how we’ve brought the Breightmet community closer together, through a shared interest in food recipes and growing, as part of a wider network of projects.

    You can subscribe to our blog and receive email notifications of latest posts.

  10. Money advice Mondays - drop-in times extend

    You can now come to see us between 9.30am – 12.30pm every Monday at Valley House for help to deal with debt, save money and know where you stand with benefits. We can also check if you’re entitled to anything you’re not already claiming.

    You don’t need an appointment and it's totally free. Many people leave our sessions better off. Please don’t miss out.

  11. Recall of temporary heaters

    We have written to all Bolton at Home tenants regarding a potential fault with the Wolseley heaters that may have been supplied whilst heating repairs have been carried out.

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For details of Glendale’s next visit please visit http://boltonathome.glendalelocal.co.uk/ and put the first four digits of your postcode in the ‘find out where we are working’ box.

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Furnished tenancies that are coming to an end: frequently asked questions: furnished tenancies FAQ [pdf] 270KB

All your stories

All your stories is a digital storytelling project where you tell us what matters to you. 

Click here to see a subtitled version of Mary-Jane talking about the UCAN centre.