Quaran-dine with us: Saddleworth friends publish lockdown-inspired cookbook to raise funds for hospitality sector

By Jacklin Kwan A GROUP of Saddleworth friends hope to serve up some much-needed funds for the hospitality sector thanks to their lockdown-inspired cookbook. Chris…

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Major changes to coronavirus testing in Saddleworth as lockdown rules ease

CORONAVIRUS testing across Saddleworth and Oldham is undergoing a major restructure to help give residents better access. As some lockdown rules ease from Monday, March…

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The all-too-beaten track! ‘Off-roaders’ churn up ancient route

OFF-ROAD vehicles have left a Springhead lane so churned up that even farmers cannot use it. The ancient highway of Wood Brook Lane, which connects…

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Simply (one of) the best! Saddleworth recognised as one of NW’s top places to live

SADDLEWORTH has been named one of the best places to live in the North West of England The parish’s collection of cosmopolitan villages has seen…

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Road to ruin Councillors urged to go extra miles to protect Parish assets

TWO of the Parish Council’s youngest members want to go the extra mile to map out a future to preserve Saddleworth’s Victorian heritage. There are…

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Chapel of unrest: Developer’s apartment plan hits new snag

A SWISS-BASED property developer is determined to proceed with her ambitious redevelopment plans for Delph Independent Chapel despite suffering a double setback. The project to…

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