Don't miss out on your copy of the Oldham Chronicle Magazine
Date published: 06 November 2020
Pick up your copy of the Oldham Chronicle Magazine now
After taking a summer break, largely due to the coronavirus pandemic taking hold, the fantastic, glossy 40-page quarterly Oldham Chronicle Magazine is back and out on the streets right now.
The break means that the production team are even more excited about the latest Autumn issue of the magazine.
The magazine is packed with terrific lifestyle features and thought-provoking interviews and features.
We really have returned with something of a 'bang' as TV star Professor Brian Cox is pictured on the front cover, and inside he reveals how his Oldham upbringing inspired his love of astronomy.
In a packed fashion section there's a chance to look at our 'Pyjama Party' feature, with the focus firmly on cosy and contemporary nightwear.
There's plenty on the food and drink scene, with celebrity chef Simon Wood offering us another of his spectacular recipes.
Also, the Oldham music scene gets the once-over, once again, from Simon Smedley.
Live music and events might have been shoved onto the back burner for now sadly, but Simon takes a look at what a number of local bands and artistes are getting up to in a bid to keep their fans happy.
Former Coronation Street actress Julie Hesmondhalgh features in the Autumn edition, talking exclusively about her 100-word play, while there are also some keep-fit tips aimed at keeping us active during this second lockdown.
Steve Berry brings us another in-depth motoring review, while there's also an exclusive look ahead to 'Summit Up' - the amazing and world class climbing centre which will be coming to Oldham next summer.
There's so much to view and read in the latest Oldham Chronicle Magazine - don't miss it.
It's free, and can be picked up at numerous points throughout Oldham, including Tesco in Greenfield, Asda stores in Chadderton and Shaw, and Sainsbury's in Oldham town centre.
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