A SADDLEWORTH resident has joined the calls for recognition of the part played by Saddleworth participants before and during the Peterloo massacre. This year marks…View More Saddleworth urged to remember tragic events of Peterloo Massacre
THE success in identifying and then re-locating a piece of Saddleworth history prompted the Independent to search for other pieces of local antiquity. And a…View More Make a date with George
By Steve Berry THERE is a word for a car that belies its true nature. It is an alternative to the phrase “wolf in sheep’s…View More Car review: New Civic Type R – a wolf in wolf’s clothing?
IN January 1919, glamorous guests were dressed to the nines as they rolled up in carriages to Café Monica for the Oldham and District Master…View More Dinner dance still a delight 100 years on
HELP Grotton Residents Association keep the village tidy by joining them on their Annual Spring Clean Up of litter on Saturday, April 13. The event…View More Help Grotton Residents keep the village tidy
A KIND-HEARTED Saddleworth businessman is doing his bit to help a woman on a charity trek along the entire length of the Pennine Way. And…View More Nigel steps up and out to help charity
By Steve Berry IF you are in the market for a large, family-friendly, hybrid vehicle but really do not want to jump on the SUV…View More Car review: Is new Kia your Optima car?
By Steve Berry THE new Ford Focus has a lot riding on it – and I don’t just mean for the men in suits at…View More Car review: Can you af-Ford to miss this Focus?
CARING members of Saddleworth Round Table dedicated their Sunday afternoon to packing emergency care back packs which will help comfort 180 children. The Buddy Bag…View More Saddleworth Round Table helps bring comfort to children with Buddy Bag scheme
By Liam Brown In a pursuit of hoppiness? Well, the Oldham Beer Festival is back and will be the perfect place to raise a pint…View More Raise a pint at Oldham Beer Festival