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Support for citizens of the Windrush generation

Published date: 
Tuesday, 17th July 2018
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The Home Office values the contribution made to the UK by the Windrush generation and the Home Secretary has expressed his commitment to do right by those affected.

The Home Office knows that Commonwealth citizens who live in the UK, or have done in the past, may have concerns about their immigration status and they are encouraged to get in touch with the Home Office so it can help. It has been clear that no-one with the right to be in the UK will be asked to leave.

The Greater Manchester Bike Share Survey

Published date: 
Tuesday, 17th July 2018

The University of Salford and British Cycling invite you to take part in an online survey on cycling and bike share in Greater Manchester.

They’re interested in your views even if you don’t cycle (or use bike share).

The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete and you have the chance to enter a prize draw to win £200 in shopping vouchers.

The survey is aimed at people over 16 who live, work or study in Greater Manchester, or have visited the area over the last 12 months.

Chill Out Group

Published date: 
Monday, 9th July 2018

The Chill Out Group takes place every Thursday in Mills Hill Community Hall, 1.30 to 3.30. 

It is a new group aimed at men over 55, single, widowed or those wanting something to do, carers and those with dementia  (ladies are welcome). It is based on physical activities, table tennis, pool, ble football, curling, carpet bowls, hockey and crafts. There is a quiet room for conversation and refreshments. Drop in for a cup of tea and a natter you will be made welcome.

To find out more please contact Christine on 0161 284 2275.


Summer Holiday Family Sessions at Saddleworth Museum

Published date: 
Friday, 6th July 2018
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Takeaway Tuesdays at Saddleworth Museum:  Archaeology August

Drop in family craft activities*

Join them for some archaeology themed craft activities this summer inspired by their museum’s Medieval tile,

Roman pots and precious Roman perfume bottle. There’s

sure to be something for everyone! No need to book, just turn up.

Tuesday 7th August: Medieval Tile Printing

Tuesday 14th August: Roman Slab-Built Pot Making

Tuesday 21st August: Ancient Perfume Making


Saddleworth Museum and Gallery

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Chadderton Day

Published date: 
Friday, 29th June 2018
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Chadderton Together are hosting a day of fun activities at Foxdenton Park, CHadderton, OL9 9QS, 12pm to 4pm, Saturday 14 July 2018.

There will be a range of activities available such as crafts, sports, orienteering, stalls and the crowning of a Prince and Princess of Chadderton.

Why not go along and celebrate Chadderton Day with all the family. For further information click here

Ditch Sugar

Published date: 
Friday, 22nd June 2018
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On Wednesday 4 July from 12.30pm – 15.30pm there will be a special event to explain how Tameside and Glossop can have a healthier sugar free future.This year is the 70th anniversary of the NHS and experts believe its facing its biggest challenge ever – the growing health-related consequences of obesity. Tameside Hospital has being playing its part to try to reduce the burden by becoming the first in the NHS to ditch sugary snack and drinks from its restaurant following a staff weight loss trial and changes in its restaurant.

Tameside Rotary Giving Night

Published date: 
Friday, 22nd June 2018
Tameside Rotary and Alan Fish

Following many fundraising events by Tameside Rotarians and Father Christmas, the Rotary Club of Tameside Chair, Yvonne Wainwright-Stringer along side The Worshipful, The Civic Mayor of Tameside, Councillor Denise Ward and her Consort Councillor David McNally presented various cheques to lots of charity groups including the Scouts. The cheques were for Scouts going to the 24th World Scouts Jamboree in West Virginia in the USA and the 15th World Scout Moot in Reykjavik in Iceland for Network Scouts and joint with the Girl Guides.

Pet Service

Published date: 
Thursday, 21st June 2018
Pet service

St Peter's church, Ashton-under-Lyne, is holding its 50th Anniversary Pet Service. You are invited to bring your furry, feathered or scaly friend along to the service. The service is an opportunity to have your pet blessed, celebrate the friendships that we have with our pets and meet new people. Many people are isolated and live alone and pets make a massive difference to our lives. We invite you to come along to St Peter’s Church, OL7 0BA on Sunday July 8 at 2.30pm. All pets Welcome!