Oldham tackles hate crime during week of action
Oldham Council is tackling hate crime virtually this week, with several sessions lined up to inform residents of what hate crime is and how they can receive support.
Follow the rules, stay safe and help protect the NHS
The vast majority of our residents are continuing to make sacrifices by following the coronavirus rules when out and about in the borough.
Home barber shop breached lockdown rules and put people at risk
Oldham Council and Greater Manchester Police have acted after a concerned member of the public reported a house was being used as a barber shop during lockdown.
Take a stand against hate crime
Oldham Council is encouraging residents to speak up and take a stand during National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2020 (October 10 to 17).
Oldham Council and working to make sure businesses are COVID-secure
The council is working with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to carry out spot checks on businesses across the borough to make sure they are COVID-secure – helping to stop the virus spreading.
House that hosted lockdown party has closure order placed on it
A house which hosted a party during lockdown has had a Closure Order successfully placed against it.
Safer centres for residents and businesses as lockdown eases
We’re working to ensure Oldham Town Centre, district centres and public spaces are safe and welcoming as lockdown continues to ease.
Oldham takes part in Greater Manchester Hate Crime Awareness Week
Oldham Council and its partners are hosting a number of events across the borough in support of Greater Manchester’s Hate Crime Awareness Week (3-9 February).
Oldham raises awareness of hate crime
Oldham is hosting a series of events in support of Greater Manchester’s annual Hate Crime Awareness Week (February 4–10).