Currently showing in the P5 Gallery is a fantastic exhibition from the students of Woodbridge College who have produced artworks with the help of their teacher Minty King. Ranging from ceramics, textiles, prints, drawings and paintings to encaustic pieces the exhibition is open on the times and dates as shown.[Read more…] about Last Dates to View The Beautiful Ordinary Finding Calm Exhibition
Bolton Station Community Partnership is delighted to announce the publication of its first poetry book – The Platform Anthology.
The competition was funded by Transport for Greater Manchester which has supported numerous Bolton station community projects over the last two years. Rail Officer Mark Angelucci said “TfGM is happy to support Bolton Station Community Partnership and its marvellous work involving the local community. We wish to thank all of the contributors for their efforts and look forward to seeing the winning works on display, where they can both inspire passengers and brighten up the platform approaches.”[Read more…] about Poetry Platform for Bolton’s Creative Community
Four Bolton-based poets will have their work displayed on the pillars of Bolton Railway Station in full view of the many thousands of daily passengers.
Emma Byron, Sally James, Ibby Ismail and John Keane will also have their poems included in a special anthology together with many others who entered the Bolton Station Community Partnership competition. The competition was judged by members of the Partnership, the University of Bolton and Live from Worktown.[Read more…] about Poets given a Platform
We hope you are keeping safe and well and getting back to some normality in your lives. Please click below to find some news items from our recent joint committee meetings.[Read more…] about Newsletter – 24th August 2020
Submissions are invited for entries to the Bolton Station Community Partnership (BSCP) 2020 Poetry Competition.[Read more…] about Poetry from the Platforms
A very happy New Year! We’re going into 2020 with confidence: funding is assured for the community rail partnership and work is going ahead with the renovation of the main building on Bolton’s platforms 4 and 5. This is an update on what’s happening with an invitation to get involved in our activities. Please note our website will soon go live: www.communityrailbolton.org.uk[Read more…] about Bolton Community Rail Update