LOCAL campaigners are urging Oldham Council to consider their alternative development plans and prevent Chew Valley being “destroyed” by the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework. The…View More Campaigners urge Oldham Council to consider alternative development plans to save Chew Valley
A SECTION of double yellow lines introduced to ‘remove obstructive parking and allow social distancing’ for up to 18 months have been removed after only…View More Double yellow lines removed after protest
COUNCILLORS have questioned if Saddleworth’s community toilet scheme is flushed with success. But rather than pull the chain on the long-standing initiative, they intend loo-king…View More Has community toilet scheme become an inconvenience?
It’s ‘Love Parks Week’ (July 12 to 21) and Oldham Council is asking people to treat the countryside, green spaces and parks with respect. Since…View More Illegal raves, arson attacks, barbeques: The message is clear, please respect your local parks!
THINK the RSPB is all about birds? Think again. A series of weekly Zoom online meetings for everyone interested in sustaining and improving the local…View More All invited to Saddleworth ecoEvents on Zoom
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
MANY walkers are struggling to enjoy the full extent of the local countryside because of many footpaths being ‘blocked, obstructed or in a poor condition’,…View More Footpaths left “blocked, obstructed and neglected”, say campaigners
ABOUT 13,000 vehicles visited Dovestone Reservoir in the last three days of May – yet the official car park only has space for 150 cars.…View More Welcome to Dovestone – 13,000 cars, 80 sacks of rubbish, five penalty charge notices
Oldham Council and its partners are urging people to act responsibly when visiting Dove Stone Reservoir and the countryside above the borough. It comes after…View More ‘Stay safe and act responsibly’ – Oldham Council speak and act following fire at Dovestone
WATER bosses have urged consumers to help conserve supplies by implementing measures to reduce demand.Reservoirs water levels are visibly dropping because of the ongoing dry…View More Conserve water in dry spell, urges United Utilities