LOCAL MPs Debbie Abrahams and Jim McMahon are hosting an online support session for community and voluntary sector organisations based in Saddleworth and Oldham. The…View More MPs to host support webinar for community and voluntary organisations in Saddleworth and Oldham
THE hard work of helpers at Saddleworth Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) is being celebrating during Volunteers’ Week 2020. From June 1-7, they are…View More Saddleworth Riding group celebrates helpers during Volunteers’ Week 2020
A STALWART of Whit Friday will be remembered as Saddleworth ‘celebrates’ its annual day of tradition, albeit confined by remaining lockdown restrictions. For most of…View More Whit Friday: Reverend Duncan Rhodes, remembered
A ROAD which links two areas of Saddleworth is being resurfaced following an appeal by a councillor. Platting Road, which runs between Lydgate and Scouthead,…View More Platting Road resurfaced after appeal
THANKS to everyone who engaged with the ‘Where in Saddleworth’ feature in the April edition of the Independent. Well done to Susan Russell, Angela Moores…View More Where in Saddleworth?
Oldham Council is saying a blooming great thank you to the borough’s NHS heroes and key workers. The Council’s multi award-winning horticultural staff have transformed…View More ‘Blooming’ great thank you to key workers in Oldham town centre
SADDLEWORTH-BORN Super League referee Robert Hicks is literally putting his best foot forward, along with the rest of his family, after revealing his own coronavirus…View More Hicks and family get steps ahead after Covid-19 scare
As the Saddleworth Group of Artists celebrates 70 years, Martin Plant looks back over their exhibitions and achievements. Saddleworth Group of Artists (SGA), formed as…View More Saddleworth Group of Artists gets creative to celebrate 70 years with virtual exhibition
A letter to the editor from the Oldham & Saddleworth Green Party Shocking figures from End Child Poverty coalition* show that 38% of Oldham children…View More Letter to the editor: Rising child poverty in Oldham – who is responsible?
Oldham Council is supporting the #SafeStreetsSaveLives campaign and is inviting residents to get involved. Over the coming weeks and months, it is going to be…View More Consultation: Get involved to help shape safer streets in Oldham