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"WOW" stands for "Wigan One World" which was a multi-cultural festival held in Mesnes Park near the centre of Wigan.

"Top Lock", as the name suggests, stands at the top of a large flight of locks on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal to the north-west of Wigan. From there the canal…

It was a rare sunny day so I decided to walk through the woods to Crooke, which is a small village of 120 inhabitants near where I live. It was probably given…

The cotton mills form an important part of the industrial landscape of many of the northern towns of England and Wigan is no different from those towns. One of…

One of the reminders of the industrial revolution comes in the form of the canals and waterways that criss-cross the countryside. These waterways once carried…

When the summer comes along in the UK it really does brighten up the place and makes for some amazing images. The Leeds Liverpool canal makes its way through…

The grim streets of our northern towns don't half provide some inspiration for the people that take the time to walk around them. Whilst the towns are changing…

The stunning architecture of the town hall in Wigan is something to behold and even more so when the air is crisp and the sun is shining. The building dates…

You know the comedy phrase "what have the Romans ever done for us?" well the same could be said here in Wigan about the Victorians, but we have the answer!…

An opportunity for change? A chance to re-model and take a bold step forward for the future? The news this week that one of the town's longest retail…
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