Wanderers fans will get their first chance to see Fabrice Muamba again since he collapsed on the pitch when he makes an appearance at the Reebok Stadium before Wednesday night's game against Spurs.
OWEN Coyle has questioned FIFA’s failure to grant Gregg Wylde permission to play for Wanderers after it emerged that another player who left Glasgow Rangers on the same day is now plying his trade in the Swedish league.
ENID HALL (known as Diane Crawford) On April 26, 2012, peacefully in hospital and of Westhoughton, Diane aged 67 years. Dearly loved partner of Roy. ‘Loved and missed by all her family and friends.' Funeral service and committal Overdale…
SADIE RUBERY On April 26, 2012, Sadie, aged 63 years and formerly of Mayfield Avenue, Farnworth. A dearly loved and sadly missed wife, mum, nana, sister and friend to many. Service and committal in Overdale West Chapel on Friday, May 4 at 1.30 pm.…
OLWEN BOARDMAN On April 25, 2012, in hospital and of Little Lever, Olwen, aged 84 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Fred, loving mother of John, Hazel and Janet Margaret, mother in law of Lesley Anne, Gary and Gavin, dear grandma of Charlotte,…
JOAN ALICE WEST 1929-2012 Died suddenly in her beloved Southport. The dearly loved wife of the late Sam West, mother of Jean and the late Robert, sister, sister in law, auntie, a special mention to Pip, Claire and Cara from Kings Community Care and…
MARY COREY Formerly of Deane Church Lane, Daubhill, Bolton aged 94 years. On April 24 2012, peacefully in Rivervale PNH, Dunnamore, Cookstown. Much loved by her son John, Pomeroy, County Tyrone, N.Ireland
LEE DAWSON 27th April 2012 In South Africa formerly of Bolton, Lee aged 47 passed away peacefully after a long illness. God Bless from all your family and friends in Bolton.
ELAINE GREENHALGH (nee Dunleavy) Elaine passed away suddenly but peacefully in The Royal Bolton Hospital on April 22, 2012, aged 52 Years. The much loved wife of the late Ian, dearly loved daughter of Glenda and the late Bernard. Also a beloved…
IVAN (JOHN) SHUSHKO On April 26, 2012, suddenly at home, John aged 85 years. Beloved husband of the late Kathleen, much loved father of Rose and Stephen, dear father in law of Michael and proud grandad to Marcus. The funeral service and committal…
FREDA SHARKEY (nee Dunning) On April 27, 2012, peacefully at home, Freda aged 75 years, dearly loved sister of Dorothy, Brian and Ross, dear sister in law of Terry and Catherine, a loving aunt and great aunt. The funeral service will take place on…
MARGARET SHAW (nee Burns) On April 27, 2012, peacefully in hospital and of Westhoughton, Margaret aged 81 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Cyril, loving mum of Neil and mother in law to Janette. Funeral Service to be held in St. Bartholomew’s…
MAY HOLT Birthday memories of my beloved wife May. Died October 20, 2010 Love you forever. Husband Thomas.
FRANK HOUGH (SAM) of Kearsley Who was a member of the Kearsley British Legion Angling Club. Passed away March 17, 2012 Husband of the late Mildred. Sadly missed and remembered. By all his work mates and dear friends. Not forgotten.
MAUREEN TOWNSON 20-5-1938 - 1-5-2011 Loved with everlasting love Missed by husband Jim, son Paul and Trisha, grandchildren David and Kirsty and great grandchildren
KATHLEEN HAYES (BURKE) In loving memory of Kathleen, died May 1, 2007 on the day before her 73rd birthday. Beloved wife of Harry and devoted mum of Susan, mother in law of Ivan and sister of Alan. Sadly missed by all the family. Never forgotten.
GEOFFREY HEATON SMETHURST Gladys and family would like to sincerely thank relatives, friends and neighbours for flowers, cards and expressions of sympathy. Thanks also to Drs and Staff on D2 at Royal Bolton Hospital, District Nurses, Rev Smith,…
ROSE JONES The family of the late Rose wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours and Father Johonnett and Father McNamara for kindness, expressions of sympathy, letters and cards of condolence, beautiful floral tributes and donations…
DORIS PENDLEBURY The family of the late Doris Pendlebury wish to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for the kindness, messages of sympathy and donations received during their sad loss. Special thanks to all the staff at Royal Bolton Hospital…
MARGARET TULLIS (nee Butterfield) Died after a short illness on April 24, 2012, aged 85 years. Dear wife of the late Bill, much loved mother of Jane (Bronwyn) and Howard, special granny to Tom, Sophie and Rosie, mother in law to Susan and Stuart,…
TONY HAINES Birthday memories May 1. Lonely is the home without you, Life to us is not the same, But God only knows How we miss him. In our home that is lonely today. Loved forever. Mâiread, Lisa, Donna xxxx
TYLDESLEY Little Theatre end their season in style next month with the charming comedy, Building Blocks.
BIG names including The Inspiral Carpets, Roddy Woomble and Seth Lakeman have been announced for this year’s Ramsbottom Festival.
ONE of the hottest tickets for May is a one-woman show from a relatively unknown comedian. Isy Suttie’s Pearl and Dave is an unlikely tale of internet romance which has been capturing hearts since she took it to the Edinburgh festival, last year.
SO Cllr Martin Cox would like to point something out to me, would he (April 16)?
THE timing of the Football Association’s decision to interview Roy Hodgson for the England manager’s job will have no bearing on Bolton’s relegation battle.
A FORMER Turton High School pupil at the helm of Europe’s biggest car care products manufacturer has been named in the latest Sunday Times Rich List.
I AM totally disgusted that pubs were told to remove any flag for St George’s Day.
PETER Johnston (April 9) criticises Mr J O’Connnor for talking about corporal punishment and refers to beating, favourite rhetoric used by left wing dogooders who refuse to accept that there is a big difference between moderate hitting and…
A SCHOOL has become the first in Bolton and only one of a handful nationwide to be selected to help further raise standards in the teaching profession.
WHAT verbal violence and aggression from Phillip Hayworth (Bible backs punishment) and Mr O’Connor (Rod needed for children and bankers) April 18.
In recent weeks I have seen the Lib Dems claim that they and they alone are responsible for the increase in personal allowances announced in the recent budget.
CHANCELLOR George Osborne is facing criticism from some Conservatives after pledging nearly £10 billion in further UK loans to the International Monetary Funds.
A CLOSURE-threatened school has now been judged successful enough to run itself.
A SUPERMARKET has announced controversial plans to sell alcohol 18 hours a day—because of events such as the Olympics.
BOLTON’S Conservative group has launched a stinging attack on the town’s Labour council ahead of Thursday’s local elections.
A PROSPECTIVE councillor is struggling to “stand for election” after breaking his leg.
THE organiser of a sellout diamond jubilee concert is still waiting to hear back from one guest — The Queen.
A GRANDMOTHER who emigrated to Australia has returned to her Bolton roots by writing two books featuring the town.
SMART meters will help residents save hundreds of pounds on energy bills, a local MP has claimed.
A SERIES of dramatic messages chronicling the moments when Captain Sir Arthur Rostron and his crew of the Carpathia rescued passengers from the stricken Titanic have been sold in New York for nearly $30,000 — £18,500.
A 47-YEAR-OLD man was taken to hospital with burns to his hand after putting out a grill pan fire.
A FOUR-year-old boy was fighting for his life after being seriously hurt in a crash involving three cars.
THESE dramatic pictures show the wreckage after a car crashed on to the forecourt of a luxury car dealership causing thousands of poundsworth of damage.
CELEBRITY chef Tom Bridge is honouring his commitment to launch the Bolton Hospice’s Anniversary Recipe Book at Bolton Market today — despite recently undergoing major eye surgery.
BOLTON College lecturers say they will work with bosses to save £1.5 million — but reject proposals to axe jobs and change employment contracts.
THE number of front line police officers in Bolton has fallen by 15.5 per cent over the last two years.
A MOTHER from Bolton who cannot afford to feed her children has been highlighted in Parliament"
PEOPLE are being warned not to give out their bank details over the phone to callers they do not know.
FABRICE Muamba could make an emotional return to the Reebok to watch tomorrow’s crucial match against Tottenham Hotspur, according to Owen Coyle.