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29th AprSports The following is a statement from the Pennine Cricket League Official Website: With the poor weather this week culminating in many of our grounds awakening to a blanket of snow this morning, a heavy-hearted decision to cancel all this weekend’s fixtures has been made. The decision has taken into account the already fragile state of […]
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29th AprDenton & Audenshaw It’s been a truly brilliant month for Audenshaw School with the U13 rugby team claiming the Lancashire Schools Plate as well as the Aldwinians team, comprised of ten Audenshaw players winning the Lancashire Cup against Preston Grasshoppers. In addition to this, the Audenshaw School U13 football team is through to the Greater Manchester Cup Final […]
29th AprSports Due to the unprecedented weather conditions and the poor forecast for this weekend both Saturdays league games and all games on Sunday have been cancelled. The GMCL board have issued the following statement: “Due to the unprecedented weather conditions and the poor forecast for this weekend, together with the feedback from many clubs – all […]
29th AprDukinfield Four mountaineering Morrisons managers have raised money for charity by climbing Ben Nevis. Dukinfield Store Manager Roger Taylor, Deputy Store Manager Fakhar Shah, Duty Manager Danny Hammond and Night Manager Lewis Farricker all scaled the highest peak in the UK, raising just over £1000 for Sue Ryder’s Raise a Smile charity in the process. They […]
29th AprDenton & Audenshaw The family of Doireann Martin are holding a family fun day at the Coach and Horses Pub in Denton this Sunday. Five-year-old Doireann, (above) who lives in Ireland, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour in November and after radiation, she was given just nine months to live. Her family want to raise money should […]
28th AprGlossop Chronicle A former rugby player struck down by a terminal illness five years ago is taking part in a 500k London to Paris bike ride. And 56-year-old Steve Goddard, from Glossop, is determined to enjoy every minute of the four day experience. The former deputy head of St Thomas More School, Denton, was diagnosed with Myeloma, a […]
28th AprGlossop Chronicle A Dutch family burst into song to thank four heroes who saved a biker’s life following a Woodhead horror crash.  Relatives and friends of Rudy Lisapaly – who lost a leg in the collision – flew over from the Netherlands to attend a ceremony at Derbyshire Police Headquarters which honoured the brave four. Christie hospital […]
28th AprGlossop Chronicle Local teacher Mark Bousie is back home after finishing his first ever London Marathon. And he’s still buzzing about the sprint finish he put in. The Glossopdale Community College head of music, said: “I had no idea how I would feel over those last seven miles or so but I actually managed a sprint down […]
28th AprDenton & Audenshaw Pupils from Denton’s Corrie Primary School have contributed to an exhibition commemorating the role of local servicemen in the Korean War. ‘Korea: The Forgotten War’ launched at Tameside Local Studies and Archive Centre in Ashton last Wednesday. The exhibition explores the significance of the 1950s conflict and the experiences of those involved – many national […]
28th AprGlossop Chronicle Police piled into two Glossopdale villages in an operation aimed at boosting security and cracking down on crime. The ‘dedicated action day’ was all about making Charlesworth and Chisworth people more crime savvy and protecting their property. Safer neighbourhood team officers were joined by Police Support Volunteers – and cadets from Glossop and Chesterfield. Working […]
28th AprGlossop Chronicle A new High Peak Junior Football League will be in operation from the start of the 2016-17 season. The league is initially for Under 7s, Under 8s and Under 9s teams to play on the Hadfield 3G astro turf on Sunday mornings – something any other league in the area can’t offer. There are vacancies […]
28th AprAshton Players, supporters and associates of Curzon Ashton Football Club are currently celebrating a momentous end to the season. First team manager, John Flanagan, has produced a surprisingly brilliant finish in the National League North. Having masterminded 14 victories and 14 draws, Curzon enter their last game of the season at Stockport County this weekend 10th […]
27th AprSports Excitement is steadily building ahead of Glossop North End’s play-off semi-final at Northwich Victoria this evening. The Evo-Stik First Division North clash will mark the third time the clubs have met in the space of a week. In the previous two occasions, Glossop edged their way to a 1-0 victory last Wednesday, but then lost […]
27th AprMossley & Saddleworth Mossley will be hoping to retain the Manchester Premier Cup this evening when they take on near neighbours Stalybridge Celtic in the final. The Lilywhites and Celtic enter tonight’s clash having preserved their status’ as step eight and step six clubs respectively. Celtic’s foray into the competition began earlier in the season with a resounding […]
27th Apr Fossil Free Greater Manchester have called on the Greater Manchester Pension Fund to divest the £1.3billion they have invested in coal, oil and gas companies but the Droylsden-based fund say they have no plans to do so. Campaigners gathered outside Dukinfield Town Hall on April Fool’s Day, holding signs saying ‘Don’t be Fossil Fools’ and […]