PEOPLE from different faiths will come together to celebrate National Interfaith Week.

Bolton Interfaith Council and various faith organisations have organised a number of events taking place between Monday, November 13 to Friday, November 17.

The first event on Monday will be an Open Day at the interfaith council's headquarters at The Hub in Bold Street, which will take place from 10am to 2.30pm.

It will be an opportunity for people to go along and learn about the Interfaith Council.

Tuesday will be the Faith Trail where 120 students from Bolton Muslim Girls School will visit Emmanuel Church, Swaminarayan Mandir and Zakariyya Mosque.

It will be followed by a discussion on what role young people can play in reducing hate crime incidents.

The Unity In The Community Event on the Wednesday will be led by the Asian Elders Resource Centre and other groups.

Elders will be celebrating Eid, Diwali and advent together and there will be singing, music, dancing, henna and face painting.

It will be the at the Banquet Hall in Gilnow Lane from 10.30am to 5pm.

The Passport To Faiths and Food Share will be on Thursday at Emmanuel Church at 10am, providing an opportunity to learn about eight different faiths.

And Friday will be the No Place For Hatred In Our Community event at Victoria Hall, which takes place at 5.30pm. For more information, go to