IT WAS Fred Dibnah who as a steeplejack in his series on television, with his enthusiasm for mill chimneys, made people look above eye level…View More History: No smoke
HISTORY – BY PETER FOX IN NOVEMBER 1908 Saddleworthians were treated to a visit by a famous person – his full title at the time…View More Baden Powell visits
Andrew Oldham writes about gardening at Pig Row. Pig Row is split into three gardens over a quarter of an acre in Scouthead. Visit at…View More Life on Pig Row: April
AS THE Independent’s gardening columnist Andrew Oldham embarks as head gardener upon a twelve-month challenge The Wartime Garden, he gives a glimpse of what is…View More Dig For Victory
Hay fever afflicts around one in five of the population. The condition is more common in children particularly teenagers but symptoms can develop from any…View More Health matters: Uppermill pharmacist IAN STRACHEN examines Hay fever
A DENSHAW yoga teacher is encouraging all generations to take up the discipline to help ease the stress of daily life. Marilyn Heginbotham, 65, said…View More Take it easy is Marilyn’s advice.
Q. I have booked the holiday of a lifetime for this summer. I am desparate to look my best round the pool, but I am…View More The Face and Body shop in Grotton answers your health and beauty questions.
Grasscroft’s LIZ NORBURY from the health and beauty department of Oldham College explains about Reflexology Q: What is Reflexology? A relaxing treatment working on both…View More Reflexology
Cornet player Mark Rogers, tutor and conductor of the Delph Youth and Training Bands, gives us an insight into the band world with his column,…View More Getting back to normal
HAYLEY WILD, an instructor at Saddleworth and District Pony Club, urges harmony between drivers and riders … As horse riders in Saddleworth, we are fortunate…View More Seconds save lives