News published September 2022
Let’s celebrate the resilience of our older people on International Day of Older Persons
The theme for this year’s International Day of Older Persons is ‘Resilience of Older Persons in a Changing World’.
New Alexandra Park depot continues to take shape
Work to build a new environmentally friendly depot in Alexandra Park is progressing well, with the steel frame now built and the roof going on.
Don’t Trash Oldham: Councillors bring community together to tackle fly-tipping
A network of volunteers in Abbey Hills have been working together to clean up their neighbourhood, after rubbish was recently dumped at a nearby church.
Council seeks powers to penalise inconsiderate drivers who ignore the rules
Oldham Council has launched a consultation over plans to stop inconsiderate drivers at six sites across the borough.
Improved crossings will make travelling easier for pedestrians and cyclists
The council has secured funding of £652,180 to build 4 cycle and pedestrian crossings in the borough – helping to improve safety for residents and making journeys for pedestrians and cyclists easier.
Next generation have their say on new theatre plans for Oldham
Young people have been helping to shape plans for a brand-new theatre in Oldham.
Don’t Trash Oldham Year 2: Plans to tackle fly-tipping hotspots and improve local communities across the borough
Oldham Council’s cabinet recently approved plans to carry on the successful Don’t Trash Oldham campaign.
Oldham Council to launch £3m cost-of-living package
More than £3 million is set to be invested by Oldham Council to help Oldhamers through the Cost of Living crisis, it was announced today.
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Tommyfield Market rents to be slashed in half to support traders
Tommyfield Market traders are set to see their rent reduced by 50% to support them ahead of the market’s relocation to the new-look Spindles development.