News published February 2023
Council gets £4.5m funding to make viaduct fit for purpose for years to come
Oldham Council has secured £4.5m of funding to refurbish one of the borough’s largest and busiest highway structures - Manchester Street Viaduct.
T J Hughes demolition makes way for vibrant new town centre
Parliament Square will begin to change dramatically this week - when the demolition of the former T J Hughes begins to make way for new market and events space development.
New Bulky Bobs contract will help those in need
More families and residents who are struggling with the ongoing cost-of-living crisis could benefit from Oldham Council’s renewed household bulky waste collection contract.
Man sentenced following assault at Council meeting
A MAN has been sentenced to a six-month community order and ordered to pay out more than £300, following an incident that took place during an Oldham Council meeting last year.
New theatre for Oldham takes a step forward
OLDHAM'S brand-new theatre can be seen for the first time today, in images released ahead of a Cabinet meeting next week – showcasing how the arts venue is a key part of our new-look town centre.
Oldham Council celebrates Royton’s businesses with a networking event
Oldham Council recently hosted the second free business networking event for local businesses, this time in Royton.
Royal couple to be remembered in borough’s parks and greenspaces
Oldham Council are paying tribute to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, by planting roses named after them in parks and greenspaces.
Celebrations planned across the borough to mark the King's Coronation
There will be bunting and street parties across Oldham as families and friends come together in May this year to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III.
Councillors updated on budget proposals
Councillors have been given further updates on the local authority’s budget plans for the coming financial year.
Council provides fun family activities this February half-term
Oldham Council is once again subsidising fun family activities during the school holidays, to help those struggling during the Cost of Living crisis.
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