From the Hyde Archives
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9th Jul An amazing 3,000 people have so far signed up to pledge support for the Tameside and Glossop NHS Integrated Trust ‘Ditch Sugar’ campaign. The aim is to encourage as many people as possible across the region to reduce their sugar intake for 70 days and ultimately give up sugar altogether – as the NHS celebrates […]
4th Jul Construction of a new retail park in Hattersley is expected to begin in January 2019 after getting the green light from Tameside Council. Outline planning consent was initially given in 2015 but Maple Grove Developments Ltd, advised by Indigo Planning, has now gained reserved matters consent from the council. Designed by Bowman Riley Architects, the […]
4th Jul Following two weeks of nail-biting voting as part of a Clarendon Square Shopping Centre competition, the public has spoken, and a son and his father have been chosen to jointly claim the title of ‘Hyde Hero’. Paul and Alan Redfern (pictured top) who run Blood Bikes Manchester, a Hyde-based emergency volunteer service, have scooped the […]
2nd Jul The Reporter and Chronicle and Tameside Radio are throwing our weight behind a major health initiative ‘first’ aimed at tackling the growing problem of obesity. To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the NHS next week, Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust is setting everyone a 70 day challenge – by cutting back on […]
2nd Jul The Reporter and Chronicle and Tameside Radio are throwing our weight behind a major health initiative ‘first’ aimed at tackling the growing problem of obesity. To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the NHS next week, Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust is setting everyone a 70 day challenge – by cutting back on […]
29th Jun Gee Cross Fete returns this Sunday and is expected to attract many thousands of visitors with the heatwave forecast to last into the weekend and beyond. Organised by and raising funds for Willow Wood Hospice and the Rotary Club of Hyde, the event is always well attended and full of activities and entertainment for all […]
28th Jun A nursery in Hyde is hosting a fantastic family fun day this weekend as it hopes to raise enough money to buy a defibrillator. Kinder Giggles Nursery & Pre-School, based at New Century House on Victoria Road, is welcoming the local community to their fundraising event from 1pm-3pm on Sunday July 1st. There will be […]
25th Jun A public event was held in Hyde last weekend, as part of the Greater Manchester Police Giving Back initiative. The scheme saw local groups pitch for funding for their projects and ideas to improve the local area. Giving Back takes money seized from criminal activity and gives it back to the local community. The event […]
22nd Jun A local veterinary practice is warning owners not to let their pets suffer in the sun – and never leave them in vehicles. Temperatures are rising and summer is here, but while hot weather is great news for humans, it can be uncomfortable and unhealthy for pets. In some cases, heat can be deadly for […]
21st Jun An international career criminal from Hyde has been jailed for 23 years, thanks to a cross-border investigation by officers in Rotherham. 45-year-old Michael Dunphy, who lived on Barton Road, was yesterday convicted of four counts of kidnap and two counts of attempted robbery at Sheffield Crown Court. He has previous convitions for manslaughter, kidnap and […]