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  1. Active Inclusive offers a diverse programme of activities for children and adults who require extra support to get started - such as those with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental illness, dementia, sensory impairments or autistic spectrum conditions. The aim of the programme is to help…
    Robin Park Leisure CentreLoire DriveWiganWN5 0UH
  2. Are you 19 years+ and looking to return to education or work? Do you want to upskill or take that first step back into learning? Wigan Council & Wigan & Leigh College are working in partnership to provide a range of FREE adult learning courses…
    Ince Start Well Family CentreNetherby RoadWiganWN6 7PT
  3. The Community Trust provides a fun and welcoming environment for adults 18+ with a disability to come and take part in regular weekly football sessions with their peers. The sessions are focussed on inclusivity and providing opportunities to those who may not always get the…
    Outdoor astroturfLoire DriveWiganGreater ManchesterWN5 0UH
  4. 18 holes featuring exciting challenges and obstacles. Take a ride on the viking boat, challenge yourself to the oak tree stump vortex hole and simply indulge in the stunning views making this an adventure golf course like no other.
    School LaneHaighWiganWN2 1PE
  5. Every Monday between 4pm & 5.30pm
    Running from 4pm - 5.30pm, it’s the perfect activity to allow your kids to get creative with clay and unwind after a long day at school. Each session, our skilled instructors will guide them through a series of relaxed but hands-on sessions, with a different…
    Gerrard Winstanley HouseCrawford StWiganGreater ManchesterWN1 1NA
  6. Support at Home Service  HandyPerson Service - Our Handyperson team helps with small jobs aroud your home. We provide high quality and competitvely priced service allowing people to live comfortably within their home across the Wigan Borough. To find out our prices please contact our Support…
    74-80 HallgateHallgateWiganWN1 1HP
  7. Open all year round
    The fifteen acres on which Alexandra Park is laid out, were given by Colonel Hollinshead Blundell. The park was opened by Colonel Blundell in April 1903. When the Colonel died three years later a monument to him was erected in the park. Amenities included two…
    NewtonWIGANWN5 9BN
  8. Wigan Borough currently boasts two top skateparks in Ince (at Walmsely Park) and Newtown (at Alexandra Park, close to the ATS garage and Currys/McDonalds) which feature a mini-ramp, a Wembley gap, flatbank, quarter-pipes, jumpbox, stepped grind-box, grind boxes, a driveway, hipped flatbank, and a hipped…
    Victoria StreetNewtownWIGANWN5 9BN

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