All souls Bolton set to become a hub for adult education
19th February 2014
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Bolton College is working in partnership with All Souls Bolton to deliver a range of adult learning courses.

The new learning provisions, targeted towards adults in the local community, form part of the £4.9 million regeneration project of the community centre located on Astley Street - which is set to re-open in October 2014.

Bolton College, together with All Souls Bolton, is actively sourcing input from the public regarding the courses that will eventually be made available. An online survey has been created to gain an overview of the requirements of the local area.

Inayat Omarji, chairman of All Souls Bolton, said: "We're aiming to make the refurbished All Souls centre a hub for community learning. The courses will ideally help people to up-skill and potentially improve their chances of finding employment in Bolton.

"It's important that we gain the input from people in the immediate and wider area of Bolton, so we urge anyone who is interested to complete the online survey. Each and every point made will be considered and help to shape the future of the centre."

Sharon Marriott, director of adults and higher education at Bolton College, said: "Bolton College is delighted to announce its partnership with All Souls Bolton.

"We have a proven track record of delivering successful community-based learning courses for adults and look forward to bringing our expertise to the local area."

For more information on the current adult learning courses provided by Bolton College, please visit For further details on the All Souls Community Centre, please visit

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