A Feast for the calendar? The Correspondent examines the impact of Stalybridge Street Feast and finds out the desire for it to stay

STALYBRIDGE Street Feast has proved an undoubted hit, with almost 10,000 people believed to have descended on the town at its three events so far.…

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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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Members boost as clubs reopen after lockdown

STAMFORD Golf Club signed up 31 full new members in the space of six days after lockdown restrictions were eased allowing them to reopen. To…

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Tameside residents be assured – ‘The NHS is still open for business’

Residents in Tameside and Glossop can be assured that NHS primary health care and urgent care services are still ‘open for business’ during the coronavirus…

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