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Here 4 You! magazine

Residents of Bolton decided on Thursday 2nd May that they wanted change and they did this by electing 7 new councillors from 4 different parties. These parties have decided to remove Labour from power and put in place a Conservative leader and cabinet led by priorities set by the Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, Farnworth and Kearsley First, UKIP and Horwich & Blackrod First Independents.

This will mean above all a culture change at Bolton Town Hall. It will mean more engagement with those towns such as Westhoughton, Farnworth, Horwich, Kearsley, and Blackrod, that have felt largely ignored by Bolton Labour. Local councillors will now play a much bigger role in helping to shape the investment going into district centres and local facilities.

It will mean councillors that don’t belong to the party of the executive will scrutinise the Executive’s decisions, unlike under the previous Labour administration when Labour Councillors scrutinised decisions made by their own ruling Labour group.

It means a commitment to investing in Bolton’s crumbling roads and infrastructure, with local councillors taking the lead in deciding which roads take priority.

Whilst the Council will be Conservative-led, there was much common ground on how the Council should move forward with many shared aims and priorities. The new Executive will be operating on priorities set by 5 of the 6 parties in a spirit of working together which we believe the people of this town expect from the multi party council they elected.

David Greenhalgh, Leader of the Conservative Group commented, “This a real opportunity to show that Bolton is not a one party town, that other parties and voices have a say in how this town is run and operated. The Asons scandal severely rocked the town’s faith in its own council and its councillors and its time to rebuild trust and confidence. We will take seriously the task in hand and work tirelessly in a collaborative way to try and solve the many challenges the town faces”.
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LEGO City Robber Raids Market Place

Market Place is excited to announce that The Entertainer toy shop located at the Centre will be playing host to a LEGO City robber on Saturday 11th May.

This popular character will be making appearances to meet and greet fans at intervals between 10am & 4pm on the day. There will also be the opportunity to pose for photos with the robber throughout these appearances.

The event offers families the ideal FREE activity to entertain the kids while browsing the latest collection of toys and games at The Entertainer.

Nikki Wilson-Cook, Centre Manager, Market Place says, “We’re sure that the appearance of the LEGO city robber at The Entertainer is sure to be a big hit with young fans and we’re looking forward to welcoming Bolton’s families to the Centre on the day.”
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Between us we’ve got a wealth of experience in press and digital advertising. Whatever your requirements speak to us – we really do know what works and what doesn’t!!

Marilyn Hart – Sales and Editorial

Started life as a tele-ad at Bolton Chronicle in the early ‘80’s transferring over to Bolton Evening News in ’82. Since then not looked back and ran a number of paid and free titles for the Newsquest Media Group, eventually working in Manchester and running the provincial agency sales team until April 2008; leaving to start ML Media with Lynn.

Lynn Ashurst – Sales and finance

Also started life as a tele-ad at Bolton Evening News in the early 80’s for Lancashire Journal Series, part of Bolton Evening News. Lynn worked her way up to Group Ad Manager before leaving to work in Spain. On returning to GB worked in local radio before starting ML Media with Marilyn.

Lee Watson – Production

Lee is responsible for all the ad design and also started life at Leigh Journal part of the Bolton Evening News group. Lee is an excellent creative artist having lots of experience in both advertising and editorial

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