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  1. Carlene Evans visits orphaned and disabled children in Malawi

    Carlene makes history with Malawi mission

    Carlene Evans, from Farnworth, will become the first woman with a disability from the ‘western world’ to carry out mission work at a children’s orphanage and disability centre in Malawi.

    Carlene is a welfare officer at The Well on Trafford Street and a board member at Bolton at Home. As a volunteer with Passion For Jesus (PFJ), she will spend the next 10 days working to make a difference to the lives of children and families in Blantyre.

  2. St Georges Court - Open day

    St George's Court open day: Thursday 16 June 2016.

    Retirement apartments to rent.

  3. Bolton at Home named a finalist in Responsible Business Awards

    Bolton at Home named a finalist in Responsible Business Awards

    Our work programme to get people paid jobs with our organisational partners is a finalist in the 2016 Responsible Business Awards, the UK’s longest running and most prestigious awards championing responsible business.

    We’ll now compete with McKinsey and Company, PwC and the Waites Group for overall winner in the category of ‘employment for excluded groups’.

  4. Hoot, Bolton MoneySkills and Bolton Council win best antipoverty partnership award

    Stronger together

    Congratulations to our colleagues at Hoot credit union, Bolton MoneySkills and Bolton Council’s Local Welfare Provision. They've won 'best partnership' at this year's annual Institute of Money Advisers Awards, for their joint antipoverty initiatives to help Bolton's financially excluded community.

  5. Her Majesty the Queen honours Xplode Magazine

    Her Majesty the Queen honours Xplode Magazine

    Congratulations to all involved at Xplode Magazine, who work across the UK assisting 12 to 22 year olds with their employability skills. They’ve been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.

  6. We're committed to tackling dementia

    This Dementia Awareness Week (15 to 21 May), we've launched plans to help more people affected by the illness.

  7. Don't get hooked in by loan sharks

    If you’re on a low income and struggling to make ends meet, it can be tempting to use a doorstep lender who promises to give you the cash you need quickly, without any credit checks. But falling foul of these illegal money lenders can make your life a misery. Often, the interest they charge ends up spiralling out of control and they’ll make threats of violence if repayments are missed. There is another way...

  8. Mascots confirmed for BWFC’s Legends Match

    We’re delighted to announce the following youngsters from local football clubs will line-up with captains John McGinlay and Tony ‘Zico’ Kelly, and an array of former players and Bolton celebrities, for the end of season fundraiser this Saturday at The Macron Stadium.

  9. Fee-free bank accounts now available

    At the beginning of the year nine major banks announced the launch of fee-free basic bank accounts. The basic accounts are available to you if ...

  10. Pay your rent by direct debit and choose the day to you pay

    Swap to paying your rent by direct debit and you’ll get to choose which day of the month you pay, from the 1st to the 28th, whichever suits your circumstances best. You can also pay weekly by direct debit, on a Friday.

    Don’t miss out on the benefits of paying by direct debit

  11. 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.

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