Police are investigating following an attempted robbery in Oldham.
At around 2.55am on Friday 18 September 2015, a taxi driver picked up four people outside Tesco, Greenfield in Saddleworth. They asked him to take them to High Street in Lees and as they got to Oldham Road, Springhead, one of them told him to stop […]
As you may be aware Oldham Council has recently invested £369,000 into a Greater Manchester scheme run in partnership with BT towards the roll out of super-fast broadband to parts of the Borough which wouldn’t otherwise have benefited.
Just check if your property is able to receive the new service by getting in touch with […]
Ken Bennett introducing the panel to local residents (Photo:©2015Stuart Coleman)
Many questions were left unanswered regarding traffic concerns in Dobcross following the public meeting at Dobcross Band Club on Monday 28th July.
The meeting organised by the Dobcross Village Community Association (DVC) and chaired by local journalist and DVC member, Ken Bennett, explored concerns […]
By Aimee Howarth
A PUBLIC information meeting is to be held in Dobcross over residents’ worries about increased traffic on their roads.
Issues surround growing concerns the impact of building a new £19 million secondary school at Diggle will have on roads in the next-door village.
The meeting will be attended by Michele Carr, assistant […]
Aftermath of the fire on Nicker Brow, Dobcross
Residents on Nicker Brow, Dobcross were woken by loud explosions at around 3pm this morning.
Following what appears to have been a car fire, several cars and a nearby garage were totally gutted.
The fire was quickly contained by the fire service and there are no […]
Two new houses near completion in Diggle. Are they an asset or an eyesore? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
Police request that Diggle residents be vigilant following two burglaries on Ambrose Crescent.
Diggle guides introducing the bands (Photo: ©2015 Stuart Coleman)
Well done Diggle and well done Diggle Band and a special thanks to the organisers who, yet again, did a fantastic job.
This year, a record 63 bands registered for the contest.
For all Saddleworth contest results visit: Whit Friday: Contest Winners
Maurice Brayford and PC Marsden inspecting the damaged clock (Photo: ©2015 Stuart Coleman)
There is something rotten in the village of Diggle. On Saturday 23rd May, unknown individuals broke into WH Shaws Pallet Works and smashed their way through locked doors to reach the top of the clock tower where they mindlessly bent the […]
W.H. Shaw Pallet Works site in Diggle
Plans for the proposed new Saddleworth School on the site of the former WH Shaw Pallet site works in Diggle have been revealed – with the public asked to give their views during a four week public consultation period.
The construction company, Interserve Construction Ltd, have been […]