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Blog: Pasty Muncher
Posted by: Kim Mutton
Thursday 12th April 2012, 11:11am

A recent trip to Wigan brought back memories flops spins and turns at the all night Wigan Casino

What can you say about Wigan Casino that has not been said before? Nothing, so I am not going to try…. it was dirty, it was hot and sweaty, it was brilliant!

As you fought your way through the bundle into the building the queue had to reduce from 5 wide to 2 and you were usually taken in by your bag, if you had the strength to hang on to it.

Also in Wigan

Mark Steel creates a bespoke stand-up comedy show for the residents of Wigan. Along the way, he enters the World Pie Eating Championships and explores the local Mint Ball factory.

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In the 1980s, the canal warehouses were restored and put into use as a museum, exhibition hall and pub. The nearby Trencherfield Mill was incorporated into the \"Wigan Pier Experience\", with a waterbus linking it to the main site.

The area is set to undergo a further transformation with the development of a cultural \"Wigan Pier Quarter\" which will include a performance centre and retail outlets.

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