News published February 2016
Oldham Beer Festival returns for 28th year
Oldham Beer Festival returns next month and we are encouraging residents to ‘hop’ along to the Queen Elizabeth Hall and sample some of the brews on offer.
Council grant promotes Shaw Playhouse2 into the limelight
A hidden gem, tucked away in Shaw town centre, is shining bright after a funding boost from Oldham Council through its Business Improvement Grants scheme.
The Right Start for Oldham children
Oldham Council is making the right move by commissioning a leading provider of community healthcare services – Bridgewater – to deliver key services to local children and young people.
Oldham residents asked to help shape health and social care budget
Oldham residents are being asked to share their struggles and successes in making healthy lifestyle choices as the GM region prepares to take responsibility for a £6bn health and social care budget.
Funding and costs pressures mean Council Tax set to rise
Oldham Council is to consider its first Council Tax increase in three years as it strives to find another £16.1million in savings.
Oldham libraries become greater with access to millions more books for members
Oldham library users are now able to borrow books from other libraries across the region.
New figures show Warm Homes Oldham is making a difference
Warm Homes Oldham is continuing to improve the lives and health of thousands of people across the borough, new government figures show.
Grab some bargains during 'Super Saver Week'
Oldham Council and the Town Centre Business Partnership are inviting residents to take advantage of some great deals during ‘Super Saver Week’
Council deal looks to bring global brand to the borough
Oldham Council has agreed a deal that could bring an Audi dealership to the borough – representing an investment in the region of £8M and the creation of more than 80 jobs.
Shopkeeper sentenced for underage alcohol sale
Oldham Council has successfully prosecuted a Chadderton shopkeeper who sold alcohol to children.