News published May 2022
Oldham community groups encouraged to apply for new grants to support children and young people
Oldham Council has committed to investing £180k over three years in partnership with Action Together.
Young people from Oldham set to perform for Royal Family during Jubilee celebrations
Young people from Oldham are set to travel to London later this week to perform for the Royal Family, as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Oldham’s primary schools create ‘Royal Mile’ of bunting for Jubilee
A ‘ROYAL Mile’ of bunting has been designed by primary schools in Oldham to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Oldham set for four-day Jubilee celebration
A four-day festival of Platinum Jubilee celebrations will take place across Oldham from next Thursday, 2 June.
Oldham names its new Mayor
Councillor Elaine Garry has officially been confirmed as the new Mayor of Oldham after donning the prestigious chains and robes for the first time at the borough’s recent annual council meeting.
Council Leader and new Cabinet team formally appointed
PUTTING residents first - that's the aim of Oldham Council's new leader, Amanda Chadderton, who was formally appointed at today's Annual Council meeting.
Inspection uncovered dead cockroaches throughout takeaway
A takeaway owner has pleaded guilty to food hygiene offences after dead cockroaches were discovered in his Failsworth eatery.
Spectacular wildlife exhibition comes to Gallery Oldham
Gallery Oldham’s latest exhibition features some of the most outstanding wildlife shots taken in the last decade.
Work paving the way for Southlink regeneration scheme gets underway
Electricity North West have started work on Oldham Way before essential highways improvements can be carried out as part of our ambitious Southlink regeneration development.
Dirty food business was operating illegally
Magistrates have ordered a food business – and its owner – to hand over more than £8,700 after they operated illegally.