News published January 2021
Young unemployed people given a jobs boost by Oldham Council
OLDHAM Council has agreed to support a key national scheme that will aim to get more than 1,500 young people aged 16-24 into work in Oldham over the next 12 months.
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.
Alexandra Park Eco Centre takes a step forward with first phase of masterplan
The first phase of works to deliver a state-of-the-art Eco Centre in Alexandra Park will soon begin.
Oldham Council and City of Trees secure tree-mendous funding
Oldham Council and City of Trees have secured funding to plant hundreds of new trees at seven sites across the borough.
Oldham Council prosecutes business for breaching food safety and hygiene regulations
Evidence of mouse droppings, dirty cooking equipment, poor cleanliness and accumulations of grease led to the successful prosecution of an Oldham food business during a recent Tameside Magistrates’ Co
Vaccine rollout progressing well across Oldham
Residents of all care homes in Oldham will have received the Coronavirus vaccine by the end of this week.
Selective Licensing Scheme – you can still have your say
Last year we launched a consultation to see if a selective licensing scheme for private landlords is needed in selected areas of the borough.
Tribute to former Mayoress Kathleen Hudson
Former Mayoress, Kathleen Hudson, who dedicated her life to charity work and civic duties, has died after a short illness.
Oldham’s Rapid Coronavirus Testing for public facing key workers without symptoms to start on Monday
CORONAVIRUS rapid testing for people without symptoms, will start in Oldham on Monday 18th January.
Well-used Uppermill bridge set to be replaced
Oldham Council is to replace a well-used bridleway bridge that had to be removed on safety grounds.
Available months for 2021