Wigan County F.C. was created in 1897.
Wigan County F.C. ended in 1900.
Wigan is a town and metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester, England. Therefore, it belongs to Greater Manchester County.
A count of the population of the 'town of Wigan' is not available. However, differing population figures are available which cover larger areas, 'including' Wigan. The population figure for the 'Former County Borough of Wigan' (which includes Wigan PLUS the larger area of Pemberton) is given as 81,203. The population figure for the 'Wigan Urban Area' (which includes many towns, including Skelmersdale, Upholland, Orrell, Pemberton, Ince in Makerfield etc.) is given as 166,840. The population figure for the 'Metropolitan Borough of Wigan' (which is a political area of the Metropolitan County of Greater Manchester consisting of many towns over a large area) is given as 305,000. A purely estimated figure for the 'town of Wigan' itself stands at approximately 28,000. So, we have population figures for Wigan given as 28,000, 82,203, 166,840 and 305,000 .................. hence the need for standardisation!
The Wigan Warriors Rugby team is located in Wigan, in the Manchester region of England. The Wigan Warriors Rugby team plays at the DW Stadium which is also located in Wigan.
Gareth Wigan's birth name is Charles Gareth C Wigan.
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Living Wigan was created in 1902.
No, the nearest is in Wigan, here is the address Wigan Taybarns Warrington Road Wigan, Lancashire, WN3 6XB.