Bolton Sailing Club is located in the Moors between Bolton and Blackburn, just north of Belmont Village. We have regular racing on Wednesday evenings and Sundays, plus training for Juniors on Friday evenings. We've got an excellent social calendar too! We are an RYA Recognised Training Centre, Volvo Champion Club, OnBoard Club, and Sailability Foundation Club. We're also home to Lancaster University Sailing Club and Pendle Community High School Sailing Group.
Belmont Reservoir, Belmont, BL7 8BD
Dance & drama for all ages. ISTD classical ballet, modern theatre and tap, street dance, adult tap classes and the ever popular Zumba. Come and join in the fun, there's a class for everyone. Multiple class and family discounts available. St Paul's Top School, Halliwell Road. Fully qualified and registered teachers with over 25 years of experience. Children's themed dance parties also provided.
Saint Paul's Place, BL1 8BR
Bolton South Salvation is a lively, friendly church offering both reflective worship and family worship on Sundays. In addition to this we offer a free, private and confidential Debt Advice Service (email@example.com 01204 282075 to book an appointment) as well as anumber of mid-week activities as follows: Sunday 10.00-10.30 Reflective Worship (aimed at adults, but all are welcome) Sunday 10.45-11.30 Family Worship (aimed at all ages) Monday10.00-12.00 "Tiddlers" Parent and
Aldred Street, BL3 3QZ
Friendly, competitive singles Keen to play some singles? Want to test yourself against others? TheBolton Tennis Leagueoffers friendly, competitive tennis for men and women of all standards. Players are graded into groups and arrange their own matches at a mutually convenient time over 8 weeks. Any court that suits both players can be used.For more details, see the short video, featuring Greg Rusedski herehttps://vimeo.com/156566406 Dates: Thursday 11 August to Wednesday 8 October Entry
Tennis Courts, Moss Bank Park, Moss Bank Way, BL1 6NB
The Third Age is the period of time after the First Age (meaning childhood) and the Second Age of full-time employment and/or parental responsibility. By joining the local U3A you will become a member of a growing, dynamic, outward-looking organisation which has a positive and creative approach to retirement. We meet on 4th Friday of the Month, 2pm – 4pm., at St Andrew and St George URC, St Georges Road, Bolton, BL1 2BS. We invite guest speakers to talk to us on a variety of subjects. Our
As Bolton Wanderers Community Trust we are committed to working at the heart of the community with the community at its heart. Through the use of sport we are dedicated to providing quality experiences for the wider community of Bolton in order to assist in narrowing the gap of disadvantage. We are committed to act as positive role models to inspire, enhance and change lives and to achieve this in partnership with others. We commit to create a sustainable charity, with a cohesive approach and
Macron Stadium, BL6 6JW
Throughout the year Bolton Wanderers offer weekly sessions and holiday courses for children of all ages and abilities. The sessions are well structured focussing on the fundamental skills in a fun, friendly environment. To find the course for you simply visit our website. Course booking is available online at www.bwfcjuniors.co.uk or over the phone by contacting 01204 673790.
Macron Stadium, BL6 6JW
We are a contemporary adult community choir with a feel-good repertoire of songs from mixed eras. Join us Monday evenings,7pm-8.30pm, Bolton St Catherine's sports Centre, Newby Rd,Bolton.
Environmental Resource Centre, 499 - 511 Bury Road, BL2 6DH
Amateur football from 8 years old to open age
11 Inverbeg Drive, BL2 6NA
Archery Club open to ages from 10 upwards.
Ladyshore Road, BL3 1JZ
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