SHOP owner John Salt is able to finally open his doors again after a horror car crash closed his business just as coronavirus restrictions were…View More Megabytes re-open after crash chaos
THE Pennine bridleway in Uppermill could be reconnected by the end of the month. A section of the popular footpath has been closed for more…View More Bridging the gap…finally!
A FOOTBRIDGE over the River Tame in Greenfield is closed after being targeted by Easter vandals. A group of youths were spotted stamping out wooden…View More Greenfield bridge closed after vandal attack
A BRIDGE that has reportedly not been cleaned or painted by Oldham Council since the 1980s is a ‘disgrace’ to Delph, say community-proud residents. Mr…View More Delph’s ‘disgrace’: bridge left to fall into disrepair
PEOPLE living on a road they claim is being blighted by traffic may soon have an answer to their concerns. For Oldham Council is to…View More Austerlands ‘rat run’ to be addressed?
WORK has been carried at Churchill Playing Fields, Greenfield, to repair the ground. The fences were erected to protect the pitches and allow the re-seeded…View More Churchill Playing Fields repaired
A NUMBER of footbridges in Saddleworth washed away or damaged by flooding are to be replaced and repaired as part of borough-wide work costing £725,000.…View More Bridging the gap Repairs set for flood damaged structures
THE bells are peeling once more at Christ Church Friezland following extensive restoration works. The repairs to the roof, spire and tower have been completed…View More Bells ring out after Christ Church Friezland repairs
WORK to upgrade and future-proof an underground gas main, which has helped heat homes in Oldham for nearly 120 years, begins on Monday, September 23.…View More Major upgrade of 19th century gas main in Oldham to begin
THE bells will be ringing out loud once more by Christmas at Christ Church Friezland as good progress is made with extensive restoration works. The…View More Christ Church Friezland still community hub as extensive repairs progress well