Leave a light on for me.
Thursday 31st July 2014 16:30 News Posted by Anna Fletcher


The world marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War over these next few days with Tameside poised to play its part in a unique mass remembrance.

On Monday, August 4, Tameside Council will be joining the rest of the UK in turning off lights from 10pm to 11pm for a shared moment of reflection as part of a LIGHTS OUT campaign – exactly 100 years to the hour that war was declared between Great Britain and Germany.

Buildings across the borough will be involved in the campaign.

They are Ashton Town Hall; the Concorde Suite, Droylsden; Denton Festival Hall; Dukinfield Town Hall; the George Lawton Hall, Mossley; Ryecroft Hall, Audenshaw and Stalybridge Civic Hall.