Astley Bridge

Latest stories

2d
Bolton News
Coalition revisited? Tories back Lib Dem idea to cut number of allowances paid to councillorsprocess. This would give greater transparency to the work and decision-making p
Coalition revisited? Tories back Lib Dem idea to cut number of allowances paid to councillors
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
process. This would give greater transparency to the work and decision-making processes of the council.” The Astley Bridge councillor will ask for a “comprehensive review” of these options and wants a report to be produced before next... Read more
12d
Bolton News
Vicar forgives addict who burgled his homehas forgiven him. Drug addict Craig Laidlaw was jailed for three years and fou
Vicar forgives addict who burgled his home
Bolton News / Posted 12 days ago
has forgiven him. Drug addict Craig Laidlaw was jailed for three years and four months for the break-in at the St Paul’s, Astley Bridge, vicarage in June. But speaking after the sentencing at Bolton Crown Court, the Rev Nick McKee said: “We are... Read more
17d
Daily Mail
Sam Allardyce all smiles as he poses for picture at McDonald's61-year-old himself, that rule does not seem to apply, as he was only too happy
Sam Allardyce all smiles as he poses for picture at McDonald's
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
61-year-old himself, that rule does not seem to apply, as he was only too happy to pose for a photo when he popped into the Astley Bridge chain at the weekend. In an image posted to the McDonald's Bolton Twitter page, Allardyce smiled from the... Read more
18d
Daily Star
'Big Mac for Big Sam?' New England boss spotted ordering McDonald'sone bit.Incoming England boss Sam Allardyce's best quotes sportgalleries Today
'Big Mac for Big Sam?' New England boss spotted ordering McDonald's
Daily Star / Posted 18 days ago
one bit.Incoming England boss Sam Allardyce's best quotes sportgalleries Today's picture was tweeted out by McDonald's in Astley Bridge in Bolton. The restaurant tweeted: "Just an ordinary day when the new England manager decides to pay a... Read more
19d
Bolton News
New Bolton church thrives with growing congregationplace throughout the week with the main service taking place on Sunday at 3pm.
New Bolton church thrives with growing congregation
Bolton News / Posted 19 days ago
place throughout the week with the main service taking place on Sunday at 3pm. The church is linked to St Paul’s CE in Astley Bridge where it was thought there was a need for a new church in the area. Rev Ben Woodfield said: “This is a brand... Read more
24d
Bolton News
Distraught mother speaks of horror as child escapesand was found at the side of a busy Bolton road. Police found the little boy b
Distraught mother speaks of horror as child escapes
Bolton News / Posted 24 days ago
and was found at the side of a busy Bolton road. Police found the little boy barefoot off Crompton Way, close to the Astley Bridge police station, on Sunday at 4.15pm. A door-to-door search followed as officers tried to find the child's... Read more
27d
Bolton News
Number of victims of tyre-slashing vandals increasesto vandals who slashed tyres in an extensive wrecking spree. Anthony Scowcroft
Number of victims of tyre-slashing vandals increases
Bolton News / Posted 27 days ago
to vandals who slashed tyres in an extensive wrecking spree. Anthony Scowcroft, manager of AB Tyres in Viola Street, Astley Bridge, said: “We have seen loads of them. We have changed probably 30 tyres on 20-odd cars. “They were being brought... Read more
28d
Bolton News
Vandals slash car tyres in spree across Boltonof destruction after stabbing and slashing tyres, and in some cases keying body
Vandals slash car tyres in spree across Bolton
Bolton News / Posted 28 days ago
of destruction after stabbing and slashing tyres, and in some cases keying bodywork, of vehicles parked on several roads in Astley Bridge, Eagley and Bromley Cross overnight between Sunday and Monday. Norman Vickers, aged 53, of Almond Street,... Read more
29d
Bolton News
Money launderer must pay £300,000 or go back to jailis being forced to hand over more than £300,000. Police carrying out a surveil
Money launderer must pay £300,000 or go back to jail
Bolton News / Posted 29 days ago
is being forced to hand over more than £300,000. Police carrying out a surveillance operation outside McDonald’s at Astley Bridge caught Irfan Buma and another man passing over a carrier bag containing £60,000 on January 4, 2014. Officers... Read more

People in this news