In these worrying and challenging times across all sections of our community, a little re-assuring familiarity hopefully will be welcome.
So, the Saddleworth Independent is pleased to confirm our April edition will be printed and distributed as planned on Thursday, April 9.
The government has committed to allowing news media providers to stay open within lockdown legislation and confirmed journalists as ‘key workers’ and the World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed the receipt of newspapers carries no real risk of catching the Covid-19 virus.
So our dedicated team is working from home to ensure we can print a newspaper for our loyal readers. While the paper won’t be as chunky as normal, there is still a host of interesting local stories – from news and lifestyle to sport – as well as coronavirus updates and advice.
As well as picking up printed copy of the paper, you can also keep up to date by reading articles on our website, which is updated daily.
Thank you to local businesses and the community for your support and
we hope you enjoy the read!
Aimee and the Saddleworth Independent team
Pick up a copy of the April edition from:
- Greenfield Railway Station
- Well Pharmacy, Chew Valley Rd
- Newsagents/Post Office, 123 Chew Valley Rd
- Scotts the Butchers, Kinders Lane
- Greenfield Premier, Chew Valley Rd
- Tesco, Greenfield
- JW Buckley, 89 High St
- Pauls Quality Meats, 82 High St
- Ian Strachans, Chemist, New St
- Neil Mellor, Butcher, 4a New St
- Alimentari di Alberti, Fruit & Veg, New St
- Well Pharmacy, 71 High St
- Village Pet Shop, 4 Court St
- Post Office, 52 High St
- Oliviccio, 109 High St
- Diggle Post Office, Huddersfield
- Dobcross Post Office
- Dobcross Band Club, Platt Lane
- Delph Post Office, 20 King St
- Delph Co-op
- Denshaw Village Community Hall
- Lees Village petrol station
- Lees Co-op
- Stanley Ogden butcher
- Grotton Co-op