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Members of the cabinet, how to ask them a question and responses to questions the cabinet have already been asked.
Find a council car park, pay or appeal a parking fine, apply for a Blue Badge and more.
If you are having difficulties with undertaking everyday tasks you may be able to get help with care and support.
We help young people from ages 14 to 19 to develop with learning, development, skills and careers.
How to get help if you care for a relative or friend with a disability or illness.
Trading standards deal with car traders, unroadworthy cars and safety for part-worn tyres.
Locations of cemeteries in the Wigan Borough and report an issue in a cemetery.
Licences to collect from houses, businesses, streets and public places and a list of approved collections and fundraising events.
Find out if your address has been registered from either your postcode or your street.
Get licences for children aged 13 and over to undertake work, take part in performances, photography or modelling and adults to become chaperones.
Child protection, safeguarding children and what to do if you're worried that a child is being harmed.
Types of childcare, finding the right one for you and your children and help paying for it.
Guidance for professionals including childminders, out of school clubs and supporting children with special educational needs.
Help for those leaving care, the council's responsibilities and children's rights.
A child is classed as missing from education if they are of compulsory school age but are not registered at a school nor being taught privately or through alternative education.
Free services, support schemes and short breaks for children with disabilities and their families.
Where to find children's centres, fostering, services for children in care and children with disabilities, sexual health and support around drugs and alcohol.
There are over 100 parks in the borough with play equipment and areas to play in.
Protecting children in the Borough, the plan for young people in the future and resources to help.
Applying for voluntary aided primary and secondary schools, CE primary schools and voluntary aided Catholic primary schools.
How to apply for British citizenship and how to book a ceremony.
Find out where sharps can be disposed.
Request access to CCTV footage.
You need a licence to authorise the supply of alcohol and regulated entertainment in a qualifying club.
As well as the land and properties the Council holds for operational purposes, such as schools, housing estates and administration offices, the Council also has a large range of investment land and properties.
As part of The Deal, residents are being encouraged to get involved in their community.
Admission arrangements and numbers and criteria for admission.
Land, buildings and other structures, that are, or could be, used for a variety of different social, community and public purposes can be transferred to groups and organisations to maintain them.
A free online directory connecting residents with local activities in the community.
Initiatives set-up by the council to help give something back to the people, the environment and community of Wigan.
Make a general complaint, or register your complaint with a specific council department or service.
Send compliments to Wigan Council, Adult and Children Social Care and Inspiring healthy lifestyles.
Identifying families struggling to cope and helping them access the right support early on.
How the council operates, how decisions are made and the procedures which are followed to ensure that these are efficient, transparent and accountable to local people.
An overview of consultations the council are currently involved with.
Consumer advice includes Good Trader Scheme information, Citizens Advice, and how to manage your money.
How to report contaminated land to us.
Locations of controlled parking zones in Wigan and Leigh and their expiry dates.
How to register cooling towers and evaporative condensers.
Apply for copies of birth, marriage and death certificates in Wigan and Leigh Borough, between 1837 and now.
Wigan Council work as a corporate parent responsible for looking after hundreds of children in care. We run events and activities for those involved with Children Looked After (CLA).
Make a payment, query an invoice, set up a direct debit and more.
How the council operates, how decisions are made and the procedures that are followed.
Pay your Council Tax and find out how to apply for discounts, exemptions and reductions and view your valuation bands.
The action we will take to recover Council Tax arrears.
How to complain about the conduct of members of the council.
Local councillors representing the borough.
The council's decision making processes, forthcoming council meetings and details for your local political representatives.
There is so much to see and discover in our countryside, woodlands and nature reserves.
Report crime and find out information on crime prevention, what to do in a case of emergencies and who to contact.
Useful tips on preventing crime including security at home, car security and taking care when out and about.
The council is promoting cycling as a healthy and sustainable means of travel, especially for short journeys.
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