THE STORY of the Peterloo Massacre will be explored by a Mossley resident in a history walk on Saturday, August 17. Michael Herbert will look at…View More Peterloo Massacre remembered by walk
AS THE end of the cycling season approaches, a premier Saddleworth cycling club is competing in two prestigious events. Members of Saddleworth Clarion Cycling Club…View More High race hopes for Saddleworth Clarion Cycling Club
BUSINESSES AND groups must rally together to keep Saddleworth’s biggest sporting event alive and kicking, its organisers and partners have urged. The popular Saddleworth Village…View More Save Our Games
Jon Baylis brings you a five-day forecast for Saddleworth WHAT EVENTFUL weather we had as July drew to a close. Thunderstorms and prolonged torrential rain…View More Come Rain or shine?
A CHARITY chief has revealed the response from the public to an event to replace Saddleworth’s legendary Beer Walk has been ‘overwhelming.’ The 11.2 mile…View More New festival will be star attraction
AN APPEAL has gone out to owners of historical and classic cars, trucks, scooters, vans and motorcycles to join a prestigious local event this month.…View More Join this nostalgic trail
EXCITING TIMES lie ahead for Saddleworth rail users, insists a senior Northern Rail manager – despite the line having three of the top ten worst…View More On the right track?
CHEERS AND screams filled the hall at St Anne’s CE Lydgate Primary as the school’s rock band took to the stage for their first live…View More Pupils raise the roof at St Anne’s
COMMUNITY LEADERS have slammed the introduction of fees for charity and voluntary groups who wish to hold temporary markets and car boot sales. Previously, any…View More Charity charges
“PHENOMENAL” POLICE officers raised more than £5,000 by cycling 998 miles in memory of murdered PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone. The eight GMP officers…View More Praise for team of police fundraisers