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When the kingdom’s most wanted – and most charming – bandit Flynn Rider hiders in a mysterious tower, the last thing he expects to find is Rapunzel, a spirited teen with an unlikely superpower – 70 feet of magical golden hair!
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All Souls Church in Crompton opened its doors to local residents on Sunday 22nd February 2009 12-4pm for a Community Open Day. The church has been closed for nearly 25 years but when the doors opened a steady flow of people from the community once again came to admire the wonderful architecture and to see… Read more »
Some pictures from our Little Fingers Seedling Planting session today. We planted sunflowers, sweet peas, broad beans, and onions. Some of the little plants will be growing away in your kitchens, some of them are on our roof. When they’re ready the seedlings will be brought down from the roof and planted in our community… Read more »
Volunteers braved high winds and freezing temperatures yesterday to plant fruit trees and build raised vegetable beds for All Souls Bolton’s allotment garden. Volunteers Alice, Ashley and Tesloach joined Amy Llewellyn, Community Projects Officer at All Souls Bolton and Chris Taylor from the Lancashire Wildlife Trust in digging, planting, sawing, and building. We hope to… Read more »
THE group at the centre of the conversion of a historic Bolton church into a space- age community centre is inviting the whole town to a family fun day to celebrate the progress of its transformation. For the full story on the Bolton News website click here
CONTRACTORS leading the £4.9 million redevelopment at All Souls Church have offered six paid training placements, funded by the National Heritage Training Groups (NHTG), in glazing, masonry and roofing, for three months of the project. For the full story on the Bolton News website, click here
WORK to transform All Souls Church into a space age community centre has reached its halfway point. Contractors leading the £4.9 million redevelopment have begun moving the innovative “pods”, which form part of “a building within a building” into position. For the full story on the Bolton News website click here
ALL Souls in Astley Street, Bolton, is being transformed into a “space age community centre” and is now set to become an adult education hub. Bolton College is working in partnership with the centre to deliver a range of adult learning courses which form part of the £4.9 million regeneration project of the church For… Read more »