4. East District

Saddleworth North, Saddleworth South, Saddleworth West and Lees, St James' and Waterhead

The five wards, which are included in the East District of Oldham, are highlighted here along with the elected councillors who represent them.

Councillors and ward surgeries

Find out who your local Councillors are.

Councillors hold regular ward surgeries where you can discuss any issues in your neighbourhood.

Help near you

Oldham Council, together with its partners, are delivering more services locally as part of their drive to meet residents' needs better.

Citizens Advice Oldham

Provides advocacy services and advice on housing, homelessness and money information:

TOG MIND (Tameside, Oldham & Glossop)

Mental health support and advice service providing early intervention and primary care; alongside empowering individuals and our communities to live well:

Libraries and centres in the five districts of Oldham will host core services while addressing the specific needs of its residents in the area, whether it’s people struggling to manage their money, mental health or housing issues.

At the same time, help will be on hand for residents who prefer to access services online.

NEON (Networking in East Oldham Neighbourhoods) Community Hub
Holt St,

Support available at NEON Community Hub
Citizens Advice (drop-In) 9.30am – 12noon
Support Inclusion Team: Help with money worries, advice on benefits and Council Tax and more 9.30am – 3.30pm
Housing advice: First Choice Homes offering help and advice on housing, tenancy and neighbourhood issues 10am – 1pm
Citizens Advice (pre-set appointment) 1.30 – 3.30pm
Digital support 1 – 4pm
Ancora 9.30am – 12noon
The Bread and Butter Thing 2 – 3pm (£8.50 for 3 Bags,6 bags are available for larger families, via subscription with First Choice Homes TBBT)

Lees Library
9 Thomas St,

Support available at Lees Library
Citizens Advice Drop-in 9.30am to 12noon and Appointments in the afternoon
TOG MIND 9am - 2pm

Ward profiles

Ward profiles show economic and social data for an area.

Your District Team

Your District Team works at a district level to improve the neighbourhoods they serve. The team is led by a District Co-ordinator who works with a wide range of services and organisations to meet the unique needs of the District.


Your District Co-ordinator isLisa Macdonald