NEW dropped kerbs around Delph are a welcome improvement which will allow people using mobility scooters and wheelchairs or pushing prams to get around more…View More Delight at dropped kerbs in Delph
A SADDLEWORTH councillor has helped to conserve a coppice planted in Austerlands by his great-great-uncle about 50 years ago. The coppice comes under the curtilage…View More Family affair as preservation order secures Thorpe Lane trees for next generations
COUNCILLORS have written to a senior Westminster figure in an attempt to stop HGVs using satellite navigation systems intended for smaller vehicles on the streets…View More Councillors call for ban on HGVs using car sat navs
A TRAFFIC report in support of a 78-homes plan for Diggle will be amended after surveys put part of the village in Northamptonshire. The housing…View More No-thants! Home plans on wrong road, say Parish councillors
SADDLEWORTH Parish councillors are joining their voices together to show support and appreciation for the police across the community and beyond. Cllr Luke Lancaster proposed…View More Parish speaks out in support of police
COUNCILLORS are calling for the statue of a renowned local businessman and politician to be moved to Dobcross. Currently, the memorial to John Platt, first…View More Call to move John Platt statue
SINCE burning down in June 2016, Bailey Mill in Delph has become an ‘eyesore’ according to Saddleworth Parish Councillors, Luke Lancaster and Max Woodvine. They…View More Brownfield development funding for Bailey Mill?
A CANDIDATE to become the next Mayor of Greater Manchester has visited Saddleworth as she prepares for her campaign. Conservative Party representative Laura Evans had…View More Greater Manchester mayoral candidate casts eye over Saddleworth