Why not have a fun day out enjoying an Afternoon Tea in Wigan? This town finds itself in Greater Manchester, England, some 10 miles from Bolton, 12 miles from Warrington and 17 miles from the city of Manchester.

Wigan lies on the River Douglas, its Pier made famous by the writer George Orwell in his book “The Road to Wigan Pier”. Whatever your reason for visiting, you’re bound to find a delightful place to get an indulgent lunch. Who wouldn’t want that?

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Wigan is historically part of Lancashire. Long before then, however, it was the territory of a Celtic tribe known as the Brigantes. Following the Roman conquest of Britain during the 1st century, the Roman settlement of Coccium was established where Wigan now lies.

Historians believe that Wigan had been incorporated as a borough in 1246. This took place after the issue of a charter by King Henry III. Centuries later, the Industrial Revolution led to dramatic economic expansion of the local area, as well as a rapid rise in population.

Wigan is today a thriving town with much to offer tourists from far and wide. Indeed, it boasts several sights and landmarks well worth visiting. After working up an appetite, though, you’re going to want to stop at an Afternoon Tea Wigan establishment.