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Date Published 15/02/2019
Oldham Council is holding a consultation on a Draft Oldham Town Centre Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).
Date Published 18/02/2019
Did your family play a part this historical event?
Nearly three-quarters of a million pounds will be spent to help unemployed find work
Date Published 14/02/2019
A Greater Manchester charity is celebrating after becoming the first of its kind in the UK to achieve the Male Service Standards.
If you have a community group you could be getting some more money
Date Published 12/02/2019
A number of local groups have been given money to improve the local area.
Date Published 11/02/2019
After 800 years on the site in Saddleworth the church could close.
A front door, a mattress, a carpet and black bin bags stuffed with rubbish are just some of the waste dumped by irresponsible residents who thought it was ok to dump it, or leave...
Those who help make the community a better place are rewarded
Date Published 06/02/2019
The town continue to say hate crime will not be tolerated.
The church was recently used by the BBC for their live service on Christmas Day morning
Date Published 05/02/2019
Staff joined up with Maggie's Oldham, Macmillan Cancer Support and The Christie
The new deal will create opportunities for students in the town
Every year, GMFRS receives calls to around 1,300 kitchen fires
Date Published 04/02/2019
Caremark look at what makes a great carer
The Royal Oldham is marking LGBT history month and showing support for the community.
The Werneth CHAI Project held the morning to get people talking about mental health
Maggie's Oldham is holding a drop in day to show off what they do on Monday
This month we are turning 1 as an online publication and we couldn't be happier
Charity boss hopes to win national award
Date Published 02/02/2019
Greater Manchester’s Mayor has praised the efforts of a group of students from Oldham Sixth Form College after they raised over £1,000 prior to Christmas for two local charities.
Date Published 30/01/2019
Parents are being invited to take their children to fun, free workshops at Pets at Home this February half term.
Date Published 29/01/2019
Unity Partnership has called for support for Oldham foodbank after thieves stole cash, food and electronics during a post-Christmas break-in.
As the snow starts to fall across Oldham and more severe weather on the way it means that a deep freeze for the residents of Oldham is still a real possibility.
The event moved from Alexandra Park last year and it will be in its new location again in 2019
Date Published 25/01/2019
The Radclyffe School in Chadderton unveils a new climbing wall
Marshall Fencing Club, who train at the Manchester Fencing Centre at Osbourne Mill in Chadderton, had a great return over the weekend.
Date Published 24/01/2019
They were up for prizes at the British Youth Council's Youth Voice Star Awards
Andy Burnham was at the event - along with staff and students at Oasis Academy Leesbrook.
A thai boxing club in Oldham has seen so much success that they have had to move to a new premises.
Date Published 23/01/2019
Mahdlo Youth Zone will host the marathon match as part of their fundraising drive
An Oldhammer could be the winner of a national prize for those who go the extra mile for their local area
We're being encouraged to see if we can get a better deal in Big Energy Saving Week.
Date Published 22/01/2019
The shocked mum-of-three was picked at random ahead of 30,000 other entrants to win the top prize.
Google teaches pupils at Freehold Community Primary Academy about internet safety.
Date Published 21/01/2019
Bernadette McMylor and Terence Quibbs donated organs after their deaths to help save others.
Oldham College has been described as “good” by Ofsted inspectors, following a full inspection in December.
Gallery Oldham is celebrating the work of a world-famous artist from the town in a new exhibition.
Date Published 17/01/2019
A world class pianist is returning to Oldham to perform for a third time.
Date Published 14/01/2019
Throughout 2018 the members of Royton Townswomen’s Guild kept themselves busy with a stream of activities, events and fundraising for their chosen charity of the year, Parkinson’s...
The hugely popular Playhouse 2 in Shaw has received a generous donation from Solidarity Masonic Lodge in support of their youth theatre.
Date Published 11/01/2019
NHS Blood and Transplant is urging men in Oldham to match women in making becoming a blood donor their New Year’s resolution for 2019.
Date Published 10/01/2019
With almost 20 gyms across Oldham expecting to welcome new members this month, TV Licensing is reminding fitness clubs owners to check if they are correctly licensed for the year...
More than 700 people previously sleeping rough in Greater Manchester have been helped into warm, safe and supported accommodation since November, thanks to the ground-breaking A...
Volunteers at Oldham Foodbank have been overwhelmed by the response from people far and wide following the cruel break-in at the weekend.
The latest production at Lyceum Theatre Oldham continues their season of celebrations with an American comedy featuring a spooky twist.
The nominations for the 2019 RSPCA Honours awards are now open.
An Oldham stroke group is encouraging new members to join them, as they move to a new venue to help local stroke survivors on the road to recovery.
Date Published 09/01/2019
It was yet another freezing cold start this morning for the people of Oldham, in what is being predicted to be the coldest January on record.
A new tram line linking the town of Middleton with Manchester city centre will be created after the council campaigned for it to be included in a new regional transport strategy.
Past and present rugby league stars will be lending a helping hand at a community fundraising event later this month.
Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice is proud to announce that Grace’s Place, its new children’s hospice in Radcliffe, Bury, is now open and offering care and support services to...
The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain (NYT) will be heading to Manchester this month and next as part of a UK-wide search to find undiscovered talent to join the nation’s...
Date Published 08/01/2019
January is always a busy time for divorce lawyers, and today is the day that more people start divorce proceedings than any other day in the year.
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