Saturday 29th April from 09:30 to 14:30 at Boundary Park, home of Oldham Athletic
Greater Manchester is again putting its best foot forward with the region’s second annual Walking Festival taking place throughout May.
The festival, which runs from Sunday 1 to Tuesday 31 May, has doubled in size, this year offering more than 200 free guided walks exploring local towns, cities, countryside, canals, riversides and […]
This year to commemorate Remembrance Day Diggle Football Club have teamed up with the ‘poppies4kits’ appeal to support the Royal British Legion to raise funds for the Poppy Appeal. All three Diggle FC teams will be showing their support by wearing an adhesive poppy on their playing shirts during their fixtures on Saturday 8th November.
The South Pennines offers two-wheeled thrills alongside a window into the area’s historical and ecological importance.
Worsthorne Moor, above Burnley, has been the site of a large project, which has not only seen the restoration of internationally important heather and peatland, but also the installation of Hurstwood Reservoir Mountain bike Trail.
Lancashire County Council and […]
We hope you all enjoyed this years Village Olympics. Would you like to help us ensure we can do it all again next year? Well you can by helping us win £3,000 from the Lloyds Community Fund. We are already guaranteed £300 from the fund […]
Diggle resident Carolyn Robinson is celebrating after completing two back-to-back endurance events, for charity, within a week of each other.
Carolyn took part in the Great Swim in London’s Docklands on August 31st, then a week later she completed the North West Triathlon in Nantwich, Cheshire – raising over £500 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research […]
Oldham Council has given the green light for a new and improved golf facility at Grains Bar where golfers can go to improve their game.
The Local Authority has granted an initial licence to allow the Bishop Park facility to re-open immediately and conclude a 25-year lease of […]