Community bids fond farewell to Nancy Rhodes

THE community is paying its fond final goodbyes to stalwart Nancy Rhodes, who has died aged 89. Nancy, widow of the late Rev Duncan Rhodes,…

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Countryside Challenge at RDA Saddleworth to celebrate Horses for Health Relay

WET weather didn’t dampen spirits in Diggle as a Countryside Challenge raised more than £500 for the Great Horses for Health Relay 2021. The event…

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On your marks – Saddleworth Village Olympics in starting blocks after forced COVID-19 break

AS TEAM GB competitors look forward to competing at a delayed Tokyo 2020, Saddleworth youngsters are also on their marks for the return of their…

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Diggle roadworks driving motorists and businesses round the bend!

MOTORISTS and businesses frustrated by Diggle’s on-going traffic problems aren’t set for any immediate respite. Residents and councillors have appealed to Oldham Council for a…

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Six-month roadworks for new Saddleworth School to begin

MAJOR works to create an access road to the new Saddleworth School in Diggle are due to begin on April 19 and will take about six months to complete. The…

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Greene light! Weekend closures lifted at Diggle café bar

A SADDLEWORTH business has been allowed to re-open this weekend after increasing safety measures at the popular location. But Oldham Council says it will continue…

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No-thants! Home plans on wrong road, say Parish councillors

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…

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