CONSULTATION: Have your say on clean air plan and taxi standards

Residents and businesses across Tameside are being encouraged to give their views and help shape Greater Manchester’s plans to reduce harmful air pollution on local…

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Christmas comes early in Haughton Green

A LOCAL COMMUNITY GROUP has secured a planted Christmas Tree for Haughton Green Village.    When sponsorship for the village’s annual Christmas became increasingly difficult…

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Stalybridge Music Academy hits all the right notes

STALYBRIDGE Music Academy refused to be silenced during the Covid-19 lockdown. Though its Melbourne Street was shut for three months, the business continued to operate…

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Portland Basin museum and gallery poised to reopen to the public

TAMESIDE Council has announced Portland Basin Museum, Ashton will reopen its doors to the public on Wednesday, October 14. To keep the public and staff…

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Denton, Droylsden, Hyde and Hattersley libraries set to reopen to the public

TAMESIDE’S four remaining libraries and the local studies centre are all set to reopen their doors to visitors. In the week beginning Monday, October 12,…

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Citizen’s Award for college teacher’s Covid-19 contribution

DENTON’S Paula Arkinstall helped combat the PPE shortage during Covid-19 by making more than 600 face visors. And the efforts of the head of technology…

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Ashton-under-Lyne independent businesses join the ‘Totally local fiver fest’ shopping campaign

ASHTON-under-Lyne is joining over 100 Independent High Streets across the UK to put on very special £5 offers across two weeks in October (10-24th), in…

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