Station to station – A brief (and slightly irreverent) history of Delph Station

By John Kirkbride IN the mid-1960s when my family and I first moved to Saddleworth (or in my mother’s case back to Saddleworth), I remember…

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Community-spirited volunteers invited to be Friends of Saddleworth Museum

COMMUNITY-SPIRITED volunteers are invited to become ‘Friends of Saddleworth Museum’ and help the organisation continue to flourish. The museum, on Uppermill High Street, has something…

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Intriguing lecture to explore ‘Manchester in the Eighteenth Century: Sex, Death and Politics in the Georgian Town’

AN intriguing lecture promises to give a fresh perspective on ‘Manchester in the Eighteenth Century: Sex, Death and Politics in the Georgian Town’. Saddleworth Historical…

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