News published February 2022
Landscape Inside Out – a new exhibition at Gallery Oldham
Gallery Oldham is pleased to host the first joint large-scale exhibition by two local artists.
Oldham’s Cultural Strategy launched
Oldham Council and our partners have developed a new strategy aimed at boosting creativity and culture.
Temporary home for Royton Library
Royton Library is temporarily moving to Trinity Methodist Church on Radcliffe Street, Royton from Monday 7 March 2022.
Key appointment to help drive regeneration and improve services in Oldham
Oldham Council makes a new key senior team appointment to help drive its ambitious regeneration plans forward and improve the services it offers to residents.
Oldham seeks support over Easter to run holiday activities
Oldham Council is seeking new providers for its Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme as it looks to support more children and young people in receipt of free school meals over Easter.
Better Mental Health
On Thursday 17 February some of the leading voices on mental health met to talk about how Oldham residents can get the wellbeing support they need.
Don’t Trash Oldham: three more in court after their rubbish found dumped
Oldham Council continues to take action against residents who think it’s okay to dump their rubbish and blight the borough without repercussion.
Budding entrepreneurs urged to book in at Oldham Library
Oldham Council is inviting budding entrepreneurs to build a business in Oldham Library.
Pop-up shop Oldham Made to open in Spindles
Oldham Council is making March a month of celebration for the independent businesses of Oldham, by transforming an empty retail unit in Spindles into a pop-up shop called Oldham Made.
New hotel and supermarket on the way as Cabinet update shows regeneration of Oldham is progressing at pace
A new town centre hotel and supermarket are coming to Oldham – one of the many exciting regeneration updates being discussed by the Council's Cabinet this week.