Aspull is a remote village in the Borough of Wigan. The area was historically famed for its farming andsupplying the county with its crops as it sits on fertile land for the crops to grow. However took a shot of being a very urban area and hosted the Wigan Coal and Iron Company, several large collieries and also a cotton mill around the timeof the industrial revolution 200 years ago.
The community vibe in the area couldn’t be more visible with the community really getting behind the local community. It hosts a rugby team named Aspull RFC and which currently plays in the 3rd division in the North West Division 3. It has its own junior setup to help develop the youth of the future. The club has its own bar giving it a family feel and so that everyone in the community can share the excitement whenever they do well. In addition it has several football clubs, for both genders which consists of open age teams as wells youth teams. Aspull F.C itself is not a massive club in size but in terms of community spirit, it does not get as good as the club ae fighting their way towards thetop of the 1stdivision in league football.
What does that mean for property in itself? Atwel James thinks that it would allow property be in the area feel much more secure because there is a very strong connection in the area between all the local people. Furthermore it means the houses are usuallyfit to support larger families as there are a lot of clubs and facilities available to youth, particularly in the youth department.