Westhoughton youngsters rearrange Bolton's skyline in museum project

Westhoughton youngsters Alfie Battersby, aged two, and Paisley Burke, aged four, playing in the Bolton Lives gallery at Bolton Museum.

Westhoughton youngsters Alfie Battersby, aged two, and Paisley Burke, aged four, playing in the Bolton Lives gallery at Bolton Museum.

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THIS pair have been caught red-handed rearranging Bolton’s skyline.

Fortunately for the town’s residents, they were only playing in Bolton Museum.

Westhoughton youngsters Alfie Battersby, aged two, and Paisley Burke, aged four, were snapped playing in the Bolton Lives gallery which documents the history of the town and its people.

The museum holds a range of artefacts from Egyptian mummies to local history and wildlife, suitable for all the family.

It is open seven days a week and admission is free.

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