Ashton in crisis, say concerned traders

ASHTON is in crisis, claim local traders Val Unwin and Spencer Grady who are critical of the lack of support from Tameside Council for struggling…

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Council row over whether landmark buildings are being ‘left to rot’

Councillors have locked horns over whether landmark buildings across Tameside – including Hyde Library and the old Hippodrome – are being ‘left to rot’.  At…

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Council bosses seeking to recover costs of repairing two historic Tameside landmarks from the driver who crashed into them

COUNCIL bosses are seeking to recover all the costs of repairing two historic Tameside landmarks from the driver who crashed into them. The Grade II…

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Mossley AFC on board to achieve Egmont Street Playing Fields transformation goals

PLANS to regenerate Egmont Street Playing Fields and create ‘a legacy’ for Mossley are taking a leap forward thanks to Mossley AFC. The football club,…

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Councillors clash over government handling of coronavirus

COUNCILLORS have clashed over the government’s handling of coronavirus with a top Tory insisting they have done ‘a bloody good job’ while Tameside’s leader claimed…

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Great progress in transformation plans for Egmont Street pavilion

A PLAN to transform the vandalised pavilion at Egmont Street Playing Fields into a community hub has taken giant steps forward. Mossley’s three elected members…

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