What's on - Wigan

June 2018

Child’s Play – A celebration of childhood

A new exhibition giving children a taste of life in the Victorian era. A free interactive experience giving families an insight into Victorian Life through dress up, games and education.

Car Boot Sale

Giant afternoon car boot sale. Free entry for buyers.

  • Sunday 24th June 2018 at 11am - 4pm (From 11am for Traders / 11.30am for public).
  • At DW Stadium, Loire Drive, Robin Park, Wigan, WN5 0UH
  • Free entry for buyers - £10 cars and £15 for vans
  • No need to book.

Scrufts Dog Show

A dog show with a difference, your furry friends will be judged on the waggiest of tails, their biscuit catching skills, party tricks, cutest outfit, and much more.

With live music, street food, demos from local agility and gun dog groups, doggy accessory and treat stalls, celebrity judges and activities for all the family, it’s definitely a day out not to be missed.

  • Sunday 24th June 2018 at 11am - 4pm
  • At Haigh Woodland Park, School Lane, Wigan, WN2 1PE
  • Free event – Car parking charges apply, £3 per entry for competition entries.

Haigh Foodie Friday

Fantastic food from a variety of different food traders, some you know and some brand new, but all amazing. Live music included and dog friendly.

  • Friday 29th June 2018 at 6pm - 10pm
  • At Haigh Woodland Park, School Lane, Wigan, WN2 1PE
  • Free entry and free parking after 5pm.

Shevington Fete

The 7th Annual Shevington Fete will be the liveliest yet. With stalls, music, children’s rides, sports, community information, food, drink and more.

Football from Shevington PC, gym sessions and children’s races.

Entertainment from Phoenix Ukulele ban, country singer Ellie X, Tom Jones tribute, youth acts and cheerleaders Supreme Starlights.

Pizza's, beer van, hot drinks, pies, scones, cakes ice cream gifts, crafts, face painting, cards, tombola.

Park and ride with Pemberton taxis from Shevington High School.

  • Saturday 30th June 2018 at 11am - 4pm
  • At Shevington Village Centre
  • Free event and no need to book.

Summer of Culture logoSummer of Culture

Wigan Borough is celebrating a summer of culture, with a whole programme of cultural activities, events, shows and exhibitions for the whole family to enjoy.

Organisations across the borough are coming together to celebrate the wealth of creativity, innovation and heritage we have to offer.


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