AT our virtual meeting in July, the then-chairman Jamie Curley thanked everyone for their attendance, hard work and diligence in the unprecedented times currently being…View More Saddleworth Parish Council: updates
A NEW 20 miles per hour speed limit is being implemented in Uppermill to combat speeding and improve social distancing. However, other Saddleworth villages may…View More Twenty is plenty in Uppermill But what about other villages?
GRAFFITI vandals are risking injury and possibly worse in pursuit of their ‘art.’ That’s the warning to trespassers onto United Utilities (UU) land in Greenfield.…View More Spray paint vandals warned of trespass risks
COUNCILLORS are calling for the statue of a renowned local businessman and politician to be moved to Dobcross. Currently, the memorial to John Platt, first…View More Call to move John Platt statue
A PARISH Councillor has launched a campaign to boost cycling in Saddleworth and the area to be included in a multi-million pound initiative designed to…View More ‘Let us get on our bikes’ Councillor’s plea to transport bosses
SINCE burning down in June 2016, Bailey Mill in Delph has become an ‘eyesore’ according to Saddleworth Parish Councillors, Luke Lancaster and Max Woodvine. They…View More Brownfield development funding for Bailey Mill?
A VETERAN councillor has avoided losing her seat on Saddleworth Parish Council. Cllr Mavis Bingley previously attended the February full council meeting at Uppermill Civic…View More Long-serving councillor is saved from disqualification
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?
PLANS to build a new 76-home development in Diggle have been revealed. The area in question off Huddersfield Road is described as being “next to…View More Public to have say on major new homes plan for Diggle
GREENBELT campaigners are on alert after confirmation Greater Manchester’s controversial plan for Jobs, Homes and the Environment – the Spatial Framework (GMSF) – is back…View More Greenbelt groups alerted by Spatial Framework plan return