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From the Denton & Audenshaw Archives
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13th Aug Dedicated runner Emma Timmis plans to step out across Africa this month to raise money for good causes. The 30-year-old, who has left her post at the RSPCA to complete the challenge, has chosen to fundraise for three charities – the SEED Project, TPD and Tusk. She said: “I’m going to be running across Africa […]
9th Aug Elizabeth Hardman’s dream of becoming a ‘glamorous gran’ has come true as she lives the part. The 68-year-old Denton grandmother says she always wanted to be a model since being a young girl. Now Elizabeth, who devotes her spare time to Denton’s historic St Lawrence Church where she is a choir member, is stepping out […]
7th Aug Communities across Tameside joined together on Monday evening in an act of remembrance to mark the very hour war was declared between Great Britain and Germany exactly 100 years ago. While many paid their respects in their own way, lighting a candle at home, others joined services which took place throughout the borough. – Reports […]
24th Jul A man was attacked by a drunken assailant outside a telephone box in Denton.   The assault happened at the junction of Tame Street and Ashton Road at about 6.30pm on Sunday 13 July 2014.   The victim, 23, had just finished work and was walking along the road when he got to a telephone […]
10th Jul A Tameside family have raised thousands of pounds in special memory of their precious daughter. The Livesey family from Audenshaw, have so far raised more than £3,500 for the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, after they tragically lost nine-year-old Kate from suspected Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS). Kate’s mother, Suzanne […]
23rd Jun Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is a national charity with more than 200 centres across the UK, including one in Denton. The organisation has been running for more than 17 years and has come to be highly respected within the financial industry providing free debt help and counselling in communities. As food banks have become more […]
11th Jun WARNING video contains extreme levels of violence. A shop-keeper’s wife was slashed in the leg and punched in the face as she and her husband tried to defend their livelihood from knife-wielding robbers.She suffered a broken leg and numerous knife wounds during the two-minute-long scuffle that saw the robbers escape with just £35.Detectives investigating […]
29th May Pupils and staff at Denton’s St John Fisher Primary School have been left devastated after the Forest School they created was torched by mindless vandals. Fire crews were called to the specially created garden area behind the Haughton Gree…n school at around 9pm on Monday. Hyde firefighters attended the scene and extinguished the fire, believed […]