News published November 2022
Free networking event Chadderton a success for local businesses
Oldham Council hosted the first free Business Networking in Chadderton for local businesses on Thursday 24 November.
Defibrillator donated to park following death of former council worker
The family of a former council worker who died after suffering a cardiac arrest have donated a defibrillator for use in Alexandra Park.
Butcher prosecuted after he failed to clean up premises
A butcher has been successfully prosecuted by Oldham Council after his premises were found to be dirty.
Oldham Council has become White Ribbon Accredited - making a commitment to ending men’s violence against women.
As an Accredited organisation, Oldham Council will develop and deliver a comprehensive Action Plan to change the cultures that lead to abuse and violence, and promote gender equality.
Councillor Hannah Roberts appointed Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods
Ward councillor Hannah Roberts, who won her seat at the Hollinwood by-election last week, has been named Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods.
A new social enterprise and entrepreneurship hub announced for Oldham
A space for businesses to grow and thrive was launched this week along with the announcement of social enterprise ambassador for Oldham Borough – the first role of its kind in Greater Manchester.
Shisha bars, and their owners, fined more than £5,000 for breaking smoke free law
Three shisha bars and their owners have been successfully prosecuted by Oldham Council for allowing people to smoke on the premises.
Old Library restoration reaches major milestone first phase completion
The transformation of Oldham’s Old Library has reached a major milestone with completion of the first phase of the work.
Don’t Trash Oldham: Two more residents successfully prosecuted as crackdown on environmental crimes continues
Recently the council started sprucing up the borough as part of Don’t Trash Oldham.
Boundary changes – last chance to have your say
Parliament will be changing the boundaries of some electoral constituencies, and the public are being asked to comment on the latest proposals.