The full list of Platinum Jubilee street parties and events to be held in Oldham

Reporter: Nick Statham, Local Democracy Reporter
Date published: 24 May 2022

Oldham is set to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee in style.

Hundreds of street parties being held across the Greater Manchester city region.

Patriotic residents have submitted a deluge of applications for road-closure street parties, with more than 70 lined up for just Manchester itself.

Not to be outdone, the rest of the conurbation is also doing its bit to mark the milestone anniversary.

For example, Bolton has a whopping 125 shindigs penciled in, Stockport isn’t far behind with nearly 90 events and there are more than 70 parties taking place in Oldham.

The festivities, in honour of Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne, will take place from Thursday, June 2, through to Sunday, June 5.

Road closure applications are required so that authorities including bus companies and emergency services know which streets are likely to be blocked or hard to navigate, and that residents avoid potential safety issues.

The full list of road closure street parties across Oldham is as follows:

Thursday, June 2

Oak Street, Shaw (4pm to 10pm)

Chestnut Street, Chadderton (2pm to 8pm)

Tatchbury Road, Failsworth (Noon to 8pm)

Ogden Road, Failsworth (Noon to 8pm)

Marlborough Drive, Failsworth (2pm to 9pm)

Friday, June 3

159 – 173 Littlemoor Lane, Oldham – 2pm to 5pm

Second Ave, Limeside – 11am to 11pm

Massey Avenue, Failsworth – Noon to 11pm

Ashdown Way, High Crompton – 2pm to 7pm

Brooklands Avenue, Chadderton – Noon to 11.30pm

Turfland Avenue, Royton – 1pm to 10pm

Cornwall Crescent, Diggle – 3pm to midnight

Arnside Avenue, Chadderton – 3pm to 6pm

Densmore Street, Failsworth – noon to 6pm

6 – 32 Bullcote Green, Royton – 2pm to 6pm

Newtown Street, Shaw – noon to 4pm

Argyll Park Road, Failsworth – 2pm to 8pm

Cornwall Crescent, Diggle – 2pm to 8pm

Ruskin Avenue, Chadderton – 2pm to 10pm

Richmond Road, Failsworth – Midday to 10pm

Seville St, Royton, Oldham – 2pm to 10pm

Saturday, June 4

Mayfair Crescent/Kensington Ave, Failsworth – 1pm to 6pm

Cheviots Road, Shaw – 2pm to 7pm

Vulcan Street, Oldham (outside Willowpark Academy and the park) 3pm to 6pm

Whetstone Hill Close, Oldham – Noon to 7pm 1

Lichens Crescent, Oldham – Noon to 8pm

Beech Avenue, Greenacres, Oldham – 3pm to 9pm

Ashton Crescent, Chadderton – 1.30pm to 9pm

Shawhead drive, Failsworth- 4pm to 10pm

Chaffinch Close – Noon to 8pm

Shelley Road, Chadderton – Noon to 8pm

Kent Grove, Failsworth – 1pm to 5pm

Ashbridge Rd, Failsworth – 2pm to 9pm

Hebron Street, Royton – 2pm to 11pm

Wright Street, Oldham – 2pm to 11pm

Cedar Crescent, Chadderton – 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Hobson Street, Failsworth – 1pm to 10pm

Borrowdale Close, Royton –  2pm to 6pm

Leyburn Avenue, Royton – Noon to 8pm

Tamworth Street, Oldham – 1pm to 3pm

Lincoln Street, Oldham – 11am to 5pm

Norfolk Crescent, Failsworth – Noon to 10pm

Bradshaw Ave including Gail Close and Miriam Street, Failsworth – 11am to 6pm

Woodford Avenue, Shaw – 11am to 5pm

Burnedge Lane, Grasscroft, Saddleworth – 2pm to 8pm

Nicholson Street Lees, Oldham – 3pm to 5pm

Durden Mews, Shaw – 6pm to midnight

Sherwood Way,High Crompton (between Acre Barn and Braemore Close) 2.30pm to 7pm

Rings Close, Failsworth – 3pm to midnight

Higher Lime Road, Oldham – 2pm to 6pm

West Street outside St. Thomas’ Leesfield Church – 2.30pm to 5pm

Heathfields Road, Uppermill – 2pm to 8pm

Norfolk Crescent, Failsworth – 2.30pm to 9pm

Bowler Way, Greenfield – 4pm to 8pm

Linkside Avenue, Royton – 2pm to 10pm

Harewood Rd, Shaw top of Haddon Way to the top of hill towards Arles Drive – 3pm to 8pm

Day Drive, Failsworth – 3pm to 8pm

Heywood Avenue, Austerlands – Noon to 5pm

Yewdale Drive, Failsworth – 2pm to 8pm

Hunters Lane, Oldham – 7pm to 9pm

Sunday, June 5

Brierwood Close, Royton – 2pm to 9pm

Saint Hildas Drive, Oldham – 2pm to 7pm

Rivington Road, Springhead – 11am to 8pm

Gladstone Terrace Road, Greenfield – from 2pm

Greenhill Avenue, Shaw – 2pm to 6pm

Saint Hildas Drive, Oldham – 5pm to 8pm

Chesney Avenue, Chadderton – 2pm to 9pm

Alder Road, Failsworth – 10am to 4pm

Hampden Road, Shaw – 1pm to 9pm

Age Croft, Oldham – Noon to 8.30pm

Ashes Lane Springhead – 2pm to 5pm 

Meanwhile, Oldham town centre is also hosting a number of attractions across the four days to mark this historic occasion.

This includes a traditional Beacon Lighting ceremony, a screening of Her Majesty’s Coronation and a two-day festival of outstanding local, national and international street art, music, theatre, and dance performances – so there’s lots going on.

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