Stalybridge pays its respects

HUNDREDS of people flooded into Stalybridge as the town marked Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day. MP Jonathan Reynolds was joined by veterans, councillors and dozens…

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Marshall family lends support to fundraisers

RELATIVES of the three Marshall brothers whose story sparked such support met those who ran to remember them at a Remembrance Sunday fundraiser. Dougie and…

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Hopes rise the ‘forgotten’ can be remembered

FUNDS are being raised to remember about 300 ‘forgotten’ Stalybridge soldiers with an extension of the town’s war memorial. Estimates say it will cost about…

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Walkers kitted out in honour

RELATIVES of three ‘forgotten’ brothers whose names are not marked on Stalybridge’s war memorial honoured walkers recreating the journey of their desperate mother. Members of…

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Walk to honour ‘forgotten’ soldiers

THREE brothers who died in World War I will be honoured by walkers as attempts are made to add them to Stalybridge’s war memorial. Fred,…

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Private George Mays medal returned to family in New Zealand thanks to help of Tameside man

THE medal of a World War I soldier from Saddleworth, bought on a whim in a local charity shop, has been returned to his surviving…

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