News published November 2014
New team to drive Oldham forward
Oldham Council has appointed two new executive directors.
Oldham Council supports '24 days of Christmas'
Oldham town centre’s independent businesses and traders are getting into the Christmas spirit by giving their customers some great offers and incentives in the run up to the festive season.
Oldham Youth Council moves to the Civic
Oldham Youth Council is moving into a new home – highlighting its value to Oldham Council and further strengthening its working relationship with elected members and officers.
Council launches name a gritter competition
Oldham Council is giving all our primary school children the chance to name one of the gritters which keep the borough's roads moving safely when the snow and ice descend.
Food store had mouse infestation
A shop which was found to be infested with mice has been successfully prosecuted by Oldham Council for food hygiene offences.
‘Gamechanger’ development unveiled: Prince’s Gate at Oldham Mumps
Oldham Council is unveiling a ‘gamechanger’ masterplan for the town centre’s eastern gateway to bring new shops, housing and jobs – and is hoping to attract missing retail giants like Marks & Spencer
Oldham Council - getting ready for winter disruption
Oldham Council’s plans to keep the borough moving over the winter months are well underway.
Are you looking for a new challenge? This could be it
Oldham Council is asking local residents to ‘do their bit’ and consider becoming specialist foster carers.
Stop the rot - Join in with Oldham's Big Brush
Oldham Council is urging all parents and schools to back a borough-wide dental campaign that will help local children brush up on their tooth care.
Cabinet recommends change to Council Tax Reduction Scheme
Oldham Council is proposing to recommend an increase in the level of support for people on low income to pay their Council Tax.