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6th OctAshton Derbyshire’s police and crime commissioner says Glossopdale crimes should be dealt with by Tameside magistrates if Buxton Court gets closed. Alan Charles has joined the growing band of high-flyers who say switching cases to Chesterfield is ‘unfair and unreasonable’ to High Peak people. Mr Charles and Derbyshire County Council – who are both objecting to […]
6th OctDroylsden Droylsden’s HARRY WILLIAMS reports on heading to the United States as a sports coach at a unique sports camp for some remarkable young people… Du Quoin, Illinois, USA, is a small town just seven miles long, five hours south of Chicago with a population of just 6,000 people. Enclosed it may be; normal it sure […]
6th OctDukinfield Dukinfield’s Lakeswood sheltered housing scheme on Church Street will be holding a Macmillan Coffee Morning fundraiser for the public to attend later this week. The event will be held on Friday October 9 from 10am to noon at Lakeswood, where there will be a cake stall, bric-a-brac and tombola. Everyone is welcome to support this […]
5th Oct Donate a toy and help Tameside’s disadvantaged children Most children eagerly anticipate the coming of Christmas Day; where beautifully wrapped presents are carefully placed under a brightly lit tree. However for thousands of children from poverty-stricken families throughout Tameside, this day is one of the bleakest – but this year, you can make a difference. […]
5th OctAshton More than £2,000 was raised at Friday’s Lavender Ribbon Cancer Charity Swing Night in Ashton. The charity, which opened its Ashton centre on Market Street in June, now hopes the event, held at the Masonic Hall in the town, will become an annual occasion. The charity’s Chris Taylor, 35, explained: “It was a 1940s’ themed […]
5th OctHyde Hundreds descended on Hyde Market square at the weekend to mark the town’s Eid celebrations. For many Muslim families in the town the occasion of Eid, which should be a time of great celebration, was tragically tinged with grief as people remembered the terrible events at Mecca when more than 700 people perished on the […]
5th OctDukinfield Rehearsals of Dukinfield Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society’s production of White Christmas are reaching their final stages. The cast is putting the final touches to their performances, which are set to take place on from Tuesday, 20 October 20, to Saturday, October 24. Performances will take place at George Lawton Hall in Mossley. The show […]
5th OctDenton & Audenshaw The Denton branch of PureGym has raised money for charity by holding a 12-hour row-a-thon. The gym raised £100 for the Rainbow Trust- a charity based on Windmill Lane, Denton, which supports families who have a child with a life-threatening or terminal illness. The staff and gym members rowed collectively from 10am-10pm. The aim was […]
5th OctDenton & Audenshaw Thirty-four people from Denton took on the challenge of a lifetime recently as they got on their bikes for a gruelling 100km charity bike ride. The group, made up of men and women both young and old, were raising money for MyelomaUK in memory of a friend. Chris Pugh died in May from complications after […]
5th OctDenton & Audenshaw Scouts from four different decades came together to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 6th Denton (St Hilda’s) group. Among the guests was former leader Bill Marston, who started the troop in September 1975, along with his wife and co-founder Sandra. They were delighted to see several familiar faces from the past, including some of the […]
5th OctSports The sun may only just have set on the 2015 cricket season but plans for next year are well advanced. There are 22 clubs in the Reporter & Chronicle area – and for 12 of those 2016 will see a fundamental change. The post-war halcyon days of league cricket, involving big name professionals and sizeable […]
5th Oct The Tameside Christmas Toy Appeal was officially launched at the weekend to bring festive cheer to local children who otherwise might receive nothing. Your Tameside Reporter, Tameside Radio 103.6FM and insidetameside.com are proud to have joined forces with Tameside4Good and Tameside Council’s Early Help Team to ensure this Christmas is extra special for those children […]
2nd OctDenton & Audenshaw Thursday was an exciting day for staff and pupils at Manor Green in Denton as Tameside’s latest academy was unveiled. Formerly known as Manor Green Primary and Nursery school, the school has converted to academy status with Focus Trust and is now called Manor Green Primary Academy. On a bright and sunny morning the children […]
2nd Oct Clowns, zombies, circus freaks… Manchester’s latest horror attraction has something to scare even the bravest of souls. ‘House of the Dead’ at Manchester’s Great Northern Warehouse isn’t for the faint-hearted, as its restless residents gear up to Halloween.
2nd OctDenton & Audenshaw Brother UK held a fundraiser at their Audenshaw offices on Friday for the Ronald McDonald House Charity. The day was in remembrance of Erin Eddleston- the daughter of Brother employee Cath Eddleston and her husband Steve- who sadly lost her life to Leukemia in December. The aim was to raise money to sponsor a room […]