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Milnrow Memorial Park was packed with 100’s of families all enjoying the fine weather and sunshine on Saturday, 21 April for the St George's Fun Weekend.
Date Published 21/04/2018
St George’s Day events and parades, 1940’s War Day event, SAVE Britain’s Heritage Walking Tour of Rochdale, Greater Manchester Cichlid Society Auction, Brass Band concerts, Car...
Date Published 19/04/2018
Castleton Carnival is set to return in 2019.
After an 18-month fight by local businesswoman Claire Dring to bring the colourful event back to the streets, it has been confirmed...
Date Published 20/04/2018
Creative thinking from the RBH IT Team has raised £3,439 for their members’ charity, Rochdale and District Mind.
Steve Lister has resigned as Chairman of Littleborough Events and Associations Forum after 10 years at the helm of the voluntary group.
Year 10 pupils from Oulder Hill Community School, Beech House School, Hollingworth Academy, Middleton Technology School, Wardle Academy, Siddal Moor, Matthew Moss High School, and...
A pupil from Newhey Community School needs your help to win a trip for her class.
A man from Littleborough celebrated his 80th birthday with a surprise from his work colleagues on Wednesday (18 April).
Date Published 18/04/2018
Two Rochdale residents are lacing up their walking boots to trek from coast-to-coast for the Mesothelioma UK Charitable Trust.
Date Published 17/04/2018
Heywood community fundraisers, Mike and Debbie Goldrick are backing the Women of Rochdale luncheon.
Actress Katie McGlynn is swapping the ‘street’ for the start line when she takes on the Simplyhealth Great Manchester Run on Sunday 20 May for the first time.
A power cut on Tuesday (17 April) has closed Middleton Technology School.
Middleton Rotary helped to pack meals for 50,000 hungry people at the Rise Against Hunger meal pack event in Bolton on Saturday.
Certificates of achievement have been awarded to children during a celebratory event at Deeplish Community Centre.
Community groups in Rochdale can now apply for a share of £250,000, available through Jewson Building Better Communities.
Primary schools around the UK are being asked to donate unwanted English language books as part of the ‘Help a South African School’ scheme.
A group of Kingsway Park High School, year 9 ALA students visited Oxford University recently.
Our Bible Hour this Sunday is entitled “The Kingdom on Earth”. One of the most well-known parts of the Bible is the prayer known as the Lord’s prayer.
National Primary School Allocation day, 16 April, has seen 90% of children received their first choice school place in the borough.
Date Published 16/04/2018
Rochdale AFC’s Wonder Wall is blooming, thanks to a planting session from the Rochdale In Bloom committee on Saturday (14 April).
A Solidarity Fundraiser at Woolworth's Social Club in Castleton on Friday night raised £600 for striking workers.
Families in Rochdale are invited to take part in a brand-new consumer TV series all about saving money but still enjoying life's luxuries.
Dave Butterworth, a bass guitar player from Rochdale, is touring the UK with Faith – a George Michael touring theatre show.
Date Published 14/04/2018
The famous knitted bible, made by members of St George’s United Reformed Church, Hartlepool is on display at St Andrew's Church, Dearnley.
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is launching their Heart Hero Awards 2018 and asking for people to nominate their heart hero.
Christ Church, Healey Family Service on Sunday 22 April, Fourth Sunday of Easter, starts at 10.00am with Rev. Andrew Howell. During the service Harper Eden Fisher and Brooke Elise...
Family Fun Day, Rochdale Wedding Show, Kids Craft Workshop, Ladies Night, Pop Up Cinema, Exhibition of Knitted Bible Stories, Bell Ringers Open Day, The World Famous Elvis Show,...
Date Published 12/04/2018
A retired driving instructor from Rochdale has stepped back into the passenger seat in a bid to improve road safety in the area and to raise money for charity.
Hopwood Hall College has one of the smallest gender pay gaps in the Further Education sector.
Students studying English for Speakers of Other Languages courses at Hopwood Hall College ran their own business fair in aid of Cancer Research.
Date Published 11/04/2018
It will be 100 years since Armistice later this year, and bells will ring out in unison from churches and cathedrals in villages, towns and cities across the country.
Date Published 10/04/2018
Andems Runners, Rochdale Harriers and race Marshall’s have raised £14,000 to help ‘Save Samantha Smith’, Mollie Campbell the International Basketball player and the Children’s...
Bluebell Cat Rescue and Rehoming in Littleborough have been announced as the local Pets at Home charity of the year.
Three members of Redwood Secondary School have completed a gruelling 26.2 mile run for charity.
Rochdale’s Sanctuary Trust Storehouse is urgently appealing for donations of furniture, bedding, clothing and shoes and household items for their shop on Drake Street.
Have you any gardening skills and a bit of spare time? The vicarage garden is a big one and is in need of considerable care and attention, anyone with a spade and an hour or two...
The town’s Easter holidays pop-up cinema received top reviews from local family film lovers last weekend, after a shopping centre brought its movie screen back to Rochdale.
Date Published 09/04/2018
As part of a modernisation and investment programme taking place across the Post Office network, a new Post Office opened at The Lake Supermarket, 97-99 Smithy Bridge Road,...
Over 50 dogs and owners took park in this fun family event on Sunday 8 April at Hollingworth Lake Visitors Centre with the dogs wearing the charities neckerchiefs, all the dogs...
Hollingworth Lake Country Park is the ideal place for a family day out, there's...
Local dance talent Mia Linnik-Holden and Andrei Toader have retained their championship crown at their last-ever Blackpool Junior Dance Festival.
The 54th Rochdale Model Railway Exhibition took place at The Coach House in Littleborough on Saturday and Sunday.
Hundreds of people from around the borough have been heading to Hollingworth Lake this weekend to enjoy the annual Easter fun fair.
Talented dancer Amy Longstaff has secured a place at a dance school in Manchester after a whirlwind year.
On Sunday 15 April, Second Sunday of Easter, Holy Communion is at 10.00am with The Ven. Cherry Vann followed by refreshments in the Parish Hall.
A local dad is taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge in May to raise money for charity.
This week we have had Marc Dupont come along to teach us and there is a welcome to you to come along at 7.30pm on Thursday 12 April, Friday 13 April and Saturday 14 April.
Staff from Home Instead Senior Care in Rochdale, who provide care to older people in their own homes, came up with a cracking good idea to give their caregivers and clients a real...
Date Published 06/04/2018
Sergeant Samuel Lomas: Samuel was born in Glossop, Derbyshire about 1896 but soon moved to Littleborough. In 1911 Samuel was a labourer in a Dyeing Works and lived at 10 Back...
Pop up Cinema, RSPCA Jumble Sale, Fun Science Easter Holiday Club, Model Railway Exhibition, Beauty and the Beast Easter pantomime, Doggy Dash for Life 2018, Heywood Activities...
Date Published 05/04/2018
Applications are now open for the 2018/19 RBH Members’ Community Grants and Decide Together Funding.
You might have spotted some colourful rocks dotted around the borough in recent weeks, and wondered what this was about.
A path winding through Wince Brook has been proposed by the local Friends group.
A ‘dance dad’ from Kats Dance Academy has raised over £1,000 for charity by running in a ballerina tutu.
Date Published 04/04/2018
Sports students from Hopwood Hall College travelled to Portugal to share a warm weather training camp with professional European athletes.
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