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Jonny 7h
Well done for shutting the East Lancs and causing traffic chaos. Just what I need after a ten hour shift. I'll be sending swift prayers of chronic diarrhoea to all those involved
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EASYDRIVEWAYS Aug 13
how you really can help the floors ,just don't add to them,
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spaniel alert Jan 21
NOT KNOWN IF CHIPPED YET πŸ€”tri-colour 20/1/19 Currently at STAYS KENNELS 01942700700 πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺ
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John Williams Mar 20
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Beverley Reid Jan 9
It’s been a great day at work. Proud to hear so many partners across the public sector speak with such clarity and enthusiasm for supporting children and families. Joining is the best decision I’ve made in my whole life. My face, even walking home at this time = 😁
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Friends of HaighHall Heritage & Open Access To All Jul 2
Plantation Gates and Lodges, Wigan Lane are at serious risk. The Council must act, or they will be lost forever. Extract from Asset Register 2015-16, showing expected life-span 11-20 years. Include in the Heritage Lottery Fund bid to save and restore
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Yvonne M Campbell Dec 13
Sometimes you need to take risks and just go for it, I definitely did that 2 years ago moving to I’ve loved the challenges, learning new skills & working with some amazing leaders & teams passionate about here’s to new challenges at
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Green Park Nursery Aug 5
A Lovely Day at with my daughter . Farmer Teds tomorrow . 10.30 in the play area . 😊
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Lesley O'Halloran Apr 30
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Friends of the Cherries Community Garden Mar 4
Friends of the Cherries Community Garden would like to say a big thank you to Councillors Lawrence Hunt (behind the camera), and Mike McLoughlin &Paul Kenyon &Julie Austin for giving up their time and energy on Saturday afternoon in the Community Garden.
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Friends of HaighHall Heritage & Open Access To All Jul 1
Plantation Gates and Lodges at the Wigan Lane entrance to Haigh Hall country Estate, Grade 2* listed and at serious risk, if the Council doesn’t act, we will lose them. Wigan Lane without the Plantation Gates and Lodges, will be like London without Marble Arch
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AdenLeigh Apr 18
just letting you know that I’m going to miss my council tax payment by three weeks. As you think its OK not to empty my bin for three weeks I thought you wouldn’t mind waiting three weeks for payment!
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John Williams Mar 20
Wigan Council & Tarmac Limited finalist in Highways Innovation
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Dave Lyon Aug 14
Well done to you Allison, you have done a great job organising this opportunity for and all its helpers see you in Southport tomorrowπŸ‘
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Expanse Learning May 23
Wigan Council are two hosting a Volunteers Thank You Evening and the dates and locations shown in the posters πŸ™Œ If you are interested in volunteering for Wigan Council then make sure to sign up for these events via the links on the posters!
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@nkono Jun 10
For , perfection is never far away! Thank you , thank you
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Adam conlon Aug 2
Shame on you for putting a wheelchair disabled man and his family through such hassle just to prove he was eligible for a blue badge renewal when such proof was never needed as the man in question is PERMANENTLY disabled
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John Ward. ⚽ Jan 26
Local closing next week delivering by basically all online .... People are superfluous in the
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Martin Arkwright Jun 11
Great driving and grayway coaches..!! Get in lane instead of pushing in
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Deanery Sixth Form Aug 15
Zamira Brown achieved Distinction* Distinction in Performing Arts & Distinction in Music Technology. Zamira will now study Musical Theatre
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