THE much-discussed move to have certain bin collections done every three weeks rather than two may be fully implemented by Tameside Council in November. Four…View More Bin trial, or error?
MAGISTRATES have rejected an appeal by the Top End Bar, Ashton, to remove licence conditions imposed by Tameside Council. On April 3 last year, at…View More Ashton bar loses appeal against licence suspension
“PLEASE bear with us” – that’s the message from Tameside Council as it works to maintain frontline services in the face of increasing numbers of…View More Bin collections hit by ‘pingdemic’
MORE than 40 volunteers came out to join the Friends of the Tame Valley on two community litter picks on Sunday, June 20. Led by…View More How green is our valley?
PLAYGROUNDS across Tameside are to be improved to help youngsters stay active and healthy. Tameside Council is investing £600,000 over the next two years to…View More £600,000 boost for Tameside’s Playgrounds
RESIDENTS are urged to be respectful of coronavirus restrictions when using parks and greenspaces, and not to leave litter under any circumstances. People have been…View More Enforcement officers to patrol parks to clamp down on litter louts
PARENTS have expressed their delight after receiving bags of goodies and activities to help keep their children entertained during lockdown. Tameside Youth Service successfully applied…View More Paper bag play scheme success in Tameside