News published May 2018
Potentially harmful meal sold at takeaway
Oldham Council has successfully prosecuted the former business operator of an Indian takeaway which sold a potentially harmful meal.
Traffic flow to change direction on town centre streets
Oldham Council is informing motorists and pedestrians that the flow of traffic on two town centre streets is to change direction.
Oldham Council set for new political leadership team
Oldham Council is set to appoint a new political leadership team today promising “energy and real ambition” for the borough.
Roll up, roll up for Bloom and Grow
Oldham Council is once again launching our annual Bloom and Grow campaign in a bid to maintain our golden streak in the RHS North West in Bloom competition.
Shisha bar fined
A shisha bar was found to be flouting smoke-free laws when it was visited by officers from Oldham Council’s Environmental Health department.
Oldham's oral health improves significantly, the biggest change in Greater Manchester
Oldham Council is celebrating the results of a national oral health survey, showing it is the local authority that has made the biggest improvement in Greater Manchester.
On your marks, gets set, foster
To celebrate Foster Care Fortnight (May 14-27), Oldham Council’s Fostering Service will be taking over Chadderton Hall parkrun on Saturday 19 May.
Former owner pleads guilty over dirty takeaway
Environmental Health officers found mouse droppings throughout the kitchen – and on cooking utensils - at an Oldham town centre takeaway.
Join us and be part of the Oldham Learning Festival
We’re holding the first-ever Oldham Learning Festival – and we want you to join us and take part.
Oldham backs national campaign to promote good oral health
Oldham Council is asking residents to do their bit and back a nation-wide oral health campaign that promotes improving and maintaining a healthy mouth.