Rochdale Online offers completely independent local journalism with free access. Our costs are covered by advertising, but going forward this will be insufficient to continue providing the top quality service we have for the past 20 years.
If you enjoy the independent news and other free services we offer (event listings and free community websites for example), please consider supporting us financially and help Rochdale Online to continue to provide local engaging content for years to come.
Your support can help Rochdale Online deliver local news in the longer term.
You can make a recurring contribution or a single contribution as and when you feel like it.
Your first Direct Debit payment will be taken in 6 days' time.
If you are able to contribute more than £10/month, please Contact Us or call the office on 01706 523583.
You can specify how much you would like to contribute on the next page.
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Rochdale Online provides local community news and a local community events diary, as well as local business and community listings. To continue providing these services Rochdale Online is asking for your help and support.
For just £3.00 per month you can help us to employ local people to research and report on local news, on issues that concern you about the area you live in, your community, business or sport news, photograph and report on events which happen around the borough.
By helping Rochdale Online and contributing to our ongoing costs you are helping us to employ local people and continue to provide these local services to you.
Rochdale Online use local suppliers; our web site is hosted on servers from Zen Internet in Rochdale, our IT support company is in Heywood, our security systems were installed by a company in Milnrow, our accountant is in Littleborough, we have items printed by three different companies in Rochdale and our ink and office supplies come from a Rochdale company.
Our staff are part of the community, members of local clubs and organisations, using local services in Rochdale, Heywood, Littleborough, Middleton and Whitworth.
Rochdale Online also pays for ongoing training for our reporters, to provide you with a top quality news service.
Support us now, and help us to continue to provide local engaging content for years to come.