HEARTBROKEN organisers of the Saddleworth literary festival have drawn the curtain on the high profile community event for the last time. They made the…View More Organisers heartbroken as plug is pulled on Saddleworth Literary Festival
FRUSTRATED residents feel their complaints about sheep marauding in a peaceful cemetery are falling on deaf ears at Saddleworth Parish Council. Keith Jones highlighted the…View More Residents call for action as sheep continue to roam free in cemetery
A DISTRAUGHT father is calling for action to prevent sheep from eating the flowers placed on the grave of his dead daughter. Samantha Jones endured…View More Dad pleas for help to stop sheep eating tributes on daughter’s grave
HARD-WORKING volunteers took a night off as they were honoured at the annual Volunteer of Saddleworth Awards. Outgoing Saddleworth Parish Council chairman, Councillor Pam Byrne,…View More Hard-working volunteers honoured at annual Awards
TWO DESERVING young people from Saddleworth School are the latest recipients of the prestigious Lord Rhodes award. The award is presented to a student, or…View More Young Saddleworth School pupils honoured with Lord Rhodes award
HAS CALLOUS Moors murderer Ian Brady died without revealing the lonely grave of his last undiscovered child victim? Despite relentless appeals from Keith Bennett’s distraught…View More Has murderer Ian Brady taken secrets of victims to his grave?
SADDLEWORTH Councillors are sweeping across the community to get locals involved in a new Neighbourhood Plan to help shape the future of the area. Cllr…View More Community invited to shape area’s future with a Neighbourhood Plan
NATWEST WILL retain a four-day presence in Saddleworth when their Uppermill branch closes on June 27. That’s the promise of community banker Paul Geary who…View More NatWest to retain banking presence in Saddleworth when branch shuts