News published February 2018
A decade of Fairtrade in Oldham
This month marks a decade of Oldham being a Fairtrade borough.
Council ensures potentially dangerous food is off the menu
Oldham Council is committed to ensuring businesses do not serve foods that are potentially dangerous to people with allergies.
Gallery Oldham selected as partner in BBC’s Civilisation festival
Gallery Oldham has been chosen by the BBC to take part in its Civilisation Festival launching a new landmark arts and culture series: ‘Civilisations.’
Oldham Council one of first in region to implement taxi driver qualifications
Oldham Council is one of the first local authorities in the region to make it mandatory for private hire and hackney carriage drivers to hold a Road Passenger Transport qualification.
Let's get growing
A free, family friendly community event is taking place in Oldham to help bring together people interested in growing.
If we all do our bit then we can tackle fly-tipping and littering
Oldham, like towns and cities all over the country, suffers from fly-tipping.
Illegal cigs land trap door trio in court
Oldham Council’s Trading Standards have prosecuted three people who were part of an illegal cigarette selling swindle involving a trap door.
CCTV to protect residents in Royton and Uppermill
CCTV cameras have been installed in Uppermill and Royton centres to further protect the safety of residents and visitors.
Tributes paid to Cllr Sue Dearden
It is with great sadness that Oldham Council announces the passing of Chadderton Central councillor, Sue Dearden.
Have your say on proposals for Crompton House School
Oldham Council is asking residents and interested parties to have their say on proposals to expand Crompton House School to a 12-form entry.