Date published: 27 May 2022 The Harmony Trust welcomed acclaimed screenwriter and children’s author Frank Cottrell-Boyce. All Year 5 children from the 15 academies came together to meet Mr Cottrell-Boyce, with all Oldham and Tameside children (Greenhill, Northmoor, Richmond, Westwood, Alt and Greenfield Academies) providing the live audience at Northmoor Academy.
'The consequences of his actions had the potential to be devastating' Shocking footage captures a police chase through a Greater Manchester town. Stuart Haslam led cops on a terrifying pursuit - before trying to hide in bushes. 'Dangerous' Haslam, 44, can be seen squeezing his Vauxhall Astra — using false number plates — in between other traffic in Dukinfield, Tameside.
A scheme to improve care for residents experiencing a mental health crisis has been rolled out in two further boroughs following its success in Oldham. The mental health joint response service, which sees both a clinician from Pennine Care and a police officer jointly attend incidents where the person is experiencing a mental health crisis, is now running in Stockport and Rochdale after initially launching in Oldham in February.
An animal sanctuary which has bases in Tameside and Glossop urgently need volunteers to help out. Lynn Haydon-Williams runs both the Etherow Centre in Broadbottom and Haywill in Glossop. She told us it is really difficult to keep both centres going and they desperately need more volunteers. Lynn said: "To enable Haywill to care for all its animals on both sites we urgently need volunteers to help us out.
The council is soliciting quotes from multidisciplinary firms to create a masterplan and implementation strategy for Hyde town centre. In procurement documents, the council noted that Hyde’s town centre has suffered as competition increased from neighbouring communities and retail combatted both the pandemic and the rise of e-commerce.
They range from one to two bedroom apartments and studios Rent costs are becoming even more unaffordable amid the cost of living crisis, especially in Manchester. In what is now described as the most 'competitive rental market ever' by Rightmove, any tenant looking to rent a standard home or apartment in and around the city can expect to pay an average price of £1,067 a month.
New Tameside council leader outlines four priorities in first speech as he pledges to give residents a 'voice'
Coun Ged Cooney becomes only the authority’s fourth leader in 42 years Councillors in Tameside have officially appointed their new leader who has pledged to open up the decision-making process to give residents a ‘voice’. At the annual mayor making meeting on Tuesday night, Droylsden West councillor Ged Cooney was voted in as executive leader, along with a number of new cabinet members.
He was last seen at 7.15pm today UPDATE: Luke has been found safe and well, GMP say. Police are appealing for help to find a missing person from Tameside this evening. Luke Savage has not been seen since 7.15pm today (May 23). Cops say he was last spotted on Sidmouth Street, Audenshaw.
Tameside and Glossop has been selected to take part in the world's largest trial of a revolutionary new blood test that can detect more than 50 types of cancer before symptoms appear. Residents aged 50 to 77 are being asked to look out over the coming weeks for a letter from the NHS inviting them to volunteer for the trial.
Anyone who spots Jodie Sherriff or who has any information should call 999 Police are appealing for help to find a missing woman from Tameside. Jodie Sherriff was last seen at her home in Denton at around 8.30pm last night (Sunday). She was wearing cream Mickey Mouse pyjamas, a red River Island coat with a brown fur trim and black and white Nike trainers, police said.
Date published: 23 May 2022 Two Greater Manchester Police radio dispatchers have been praised after helping rescue a woman from a motorway bridge near Oldham. Sophie Manley and Terry Boughton, who work in GMP's Tameside district, were on Lord Sheldon Way in Ashton, near the M60, at about 8:40pm on May 13 when they spotted the woman on a bridge in a distressed state and helped her to safety.
Manchester Airport’s Community Trust Fund has pledged more than £33,000 to organisations in Cheshire and South Manchester. The Fund, which celebrates is 25th anniversary this December, has made donations worth more than £3.5m to community-led projects in that time and the latest 19 beneficiaries were decided at its latest quarterly meeting in April.
A local group in Glossop which offers support for people with fibromyalgia is inviting new members to join them. Fibromyalgia is often considered to be a hidden disability. People who have it are in constant pain and often can’t walk very far. Sheila Webster was suffering, so 15 years ago she set up the Glossop Fibro Support Group.
A MAN who failed to book coronavirus testing on his return from holiday has been handed a large fine by the courts. Lee Michael Smitth was found to have breached coronavirus travel restrictions at Manchester Airport on February 26 last year. The 51-year-old, of Hampton Court Way in Widnes, was charged with failing to possess a coronavirus testing package when arriving in England.
It retains the church's beautiful arched windows and original stone features Among the many homes, apartments and flats up for sale in Greater Manchester, there are a fair few properties that tend to catch the eyes of several house hunters. Whether it be ultra-modern new build homes or traditional houses that hold a lot of character, there are a variety of unique properties currently up for grabs.
Off-duty police dispatchers rescue 'distressed' missing woman from motorway bridge during their break
The woman had previously been reported missing from home before the two colleagues spotted her Two off-duty police radio dispatchers rescued a missing woman from a motorway bridge after driving past whilst on their break. Sophie Manley and Terry Boughton, who work in GMP's Tameside district, had been travelling on Lord Sheldon Way in Ashton-under-Lyne near the M60 when they spotted the woman in a "distressed" state.
It follows the eleventh hour resignation of Brenda Warrington from the role of leader of the Labour group Tameside council’s ruling group has undergone a reshuffle ahead of its new leader being confirmed next week. Following the last minute resignation of Brenda Warrington from the role of the leader of the Labour group, there has now been a shake-up of cabinet positions which has seen several of her key allies ditched.
Reporter: Charlotte Green, Local Democracy Reporter Date published: 20 May 2022 Neighbouring Tameside council’s ruling group has undergone a reshuffle ahead of its new leader being confirmed next week. Following the last minute resignation of Brenda Warrington from the role of the leader of the Labour group, there has now been a shake-up of cabinet positions which has seen several of her key allies ditched.
Tameside man delighted after receiving 75th birthday card from the Duchess of Cornwall days after meeting her
George Hall, 75, from Mossley, met the Duchess of Cornwall at a charity event A Tameside man is delighted after receiving a 75th birthday card from Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, days after meeting her at the charity where he volunteers. On Tuesday 3 May, George Hall, 75, from Mossley, attended an event called The Big Jubilee Lunch at Emmaus Mossley to celebrate the branch's 25th year of operation and to build excitement for the Queen's upcoming Platinum Jubilee.
Work begins this month on a £20 million refurbishment of the existing A&E department at Tameside Hospital. The plans will see a new rapid assessment and treatment facility created and a new paediatric zone established. Proposals also include a larger waiting room with additional triage facilities.