YOUNGSTERS at Diggle Primary School set themselves a fund-raising goal as part of their road to Wembley experience. Around 50 pupils have signed up for…View More Wash and go Wembley beckons for Diggle School youngsters
“Moronic vandalism” has been blamed for the destruction of a community orchard in Diggle. Five of eight fruit trees planted in 2016 on land off…View More Culprits sought for community orchard vandalism
IT is certainly not a dog’s life for the happy canines fortunate enough to attend a pooch’s paradise in Delph. Helping Hands Doggie Day care…View More New doggie day care centre is happy tail for Gemma and John
A SELLOUT concert to remember a Diggle mum and grandmother has enabled her husband to present a cheque for more than £17,000 to an Oldham…View More Remembering Christine Music charity event raises substantial sum for Maggie’s
GREAT quality food, fantastic customer service and a stylish, welcoming environment – that’s the recipe for success according to Vintage Ambiance in Diggle. The new…View More Vintage Ambiance hopes to serve up recipe for success
Campaigners supporting a new Saddleworth School in Diggle insist ongoing flooding concerns for the proposed site off Huddersfield Road won’t stop the controversial re-development project.…View More Flood plan rejection raises more debate over siting of new Saddleworth School
BRAVE Rachel Wood believes robbers who beat her and stole takings and charity money from the Diggle chip shop could be local youths. The mum-of-two…View More Community rallies round after Diggle chip shop robbery – but were attackers local?
REVEREND Duncan Rhodes has been a familiar and welcoming face across Saddleworth for the last 24 years. Now, as he retires, he reflects back on…View More Retiring Reverend Duncan Rhodes bids fond farewell