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Rochdale Football Club and The Dale in the Community Sports Trust are launching a ‘School of the Week’, a new initiative for the 2018/19 season.
Date Published 19/09/2018
Former Middleton councillor Chris Furlong presented three £715 cheques to three local charities at the Rochdale Community Partnership soup kitchen on Friday (14 September).
Date Published 18/09/2018
Family, friends and sponsors gathered to give charity fundraiser Martyn Butterworth and co-driver Bob Daniels a rousing send off in their 1963 Rochdale Olympic classic sports car...
A firefighter from Rochdale is preparing for a gruelling charity challenge - running 22 10K races in memory of the 22 victims of last year’s tragic Manchester Arena attack.
Saturday, 22 September, sees the return of our popular film club at church. Screening starts at 7.00pm, with an ice-cream and comfort break at 8.00pm, finishing with a pie and pea...
Our morning Service starts at 10.00am, everyone is welcome.
The changing face of Rochdale town centre over the last decade has been captured by local artist John Cooke.
Date Published 17/09/2018
Members of the Rochdale Environmental Action Group (REAG) cleaned Hare Street, Pioneer Street, Equitable Street and part of Durham Street on Saturday.
Last year Sean Caffrey successfully auditioned for the role of ‘Nathan’ in The Full Monty which was produced by Rochdale Musical Theatre Company. He has now been nominated for the...
After a successful weekend of Heritage displays, we are back to normal again.
We are once again taking part in the Living Streets Walk to School Campaign. Each day, the children will say how they have come to school.
Liz McInnes MP visited the newly renovated Long Street Methodist School on Friday (14 September).
Date Published 14/09/2018
Over 70 higher education students graduated from Hopwood Hall on Thursday night (13 September).
An awareness event, which covered the Mental Health Act 1983 and how assessments are carried out as part of the Mental Health Act, was held on Wedensday.
Clue Doh Murder Mystery, Comedy Night, Heritage Open Days, Soul & Motown Afternoon, Wildhouse White Collar, Mess Around Messy Play, Art Sessions, Rochdale Exchange’s 40th...
Date Published 13/09/2018
Michael Bamford will ‘brave the shave’ for Macmillan Cancer Support on 22 September.
A Middleton artist has raised £350 for the Fire Fighters Charity following this summer’s moorland fires.
On Sunday 16 at 10.30am, worship will be led by Reverend Tony McNeile. Refreshments will follow the service, and all are welcome to join us.
In recognition of the centenary of the Universal Suffrage Act, there will be hundreds of Heritage Open Days events taking place all over the country on the theme of ‘Extraordinary...
Date Published 12/09/2018
We are proud to announce that our school has received an Autism Champion Accreditation.
Beech House School have made the following school appointments for this academic year.
Henry Gerber, 68, from Smithy Bridge, was presented with the award for his work supporting people with diabetes by the Mayor Mohammad Zaman.
Date Published 11/09/2018
A long-awaited cafe opened in Hopwood Park on Saturday (8 September).
Parking on pavements near Wardle Academy is ‘a real problem,’ a local resident has said.
Teachers and parents in Greater Manchester are being advised to check that any school trips involving air travel, booked for the coming academic year, are fully protected by the...
Hundreds of youngsters enjoyed a summer of reading, exercise and healthy eating thanks to a Fit, Feed and Read scheme.
Date Published 10/09/2018
Milnrow (Ladybarn) Bowling Club has been shortlisted for a grant via Grassroots Giving and is asking people to vote for them to win this funding.
An employee at Carders Court Care Home in Rochdale has received a long service award for her 20 years’ service at the home.
Pupils from Springside, in Rochdale, will be able to kick-off the new term in style, following the delivery of a free Premier League Primary Stars kit for their football team.
After a lovely summer we are now back to business with our Sunday Service at 10.00am.
Holy Communion on Sunday 16 September at Christ Church, Healey is at 10.00am with the Rev. Andrew Howell, Sunday School starting at 9.45, followed by refreshments in the Parish...
A big welcome back to all for the start of the new term; it was lovely to see so many smiling faces (as always) at the school gate this week.
A well attended Women’s Wellbeing session too place on Wednesday at The Centre of Wellbeing, Training & Culture (CWTC) as part of their ongoing Wellbeing Café programme (part of...
Date Published 07/09/2018
The School Games National Finals took place at Loughborough University between Thursday 30 August and Sunday 2 September, with Rochdale’s Emma Fletcher contesting the Netball...
Heritage Open Days, Wardle Village Fete, Flying Scotsman at the East Lancashire Railway, Inflatable Fun, The Magnificent Organ of the Town Hall, Funeralcare Q&A Session,...
Date Published 06/09/2018
A woman from Rochdale is walking to raise money for charity in aid of her daughter, who has extreme allergies.
Heywood Rotary Club have presented Ken Horan with a cheque for £314 after his annual 80 mile walk for charity.
Back from his inspiring visit to CERN in Switzerland - to experience the latest developments in the world of physics - Assistant Headteacher Chris Lowe is preparing to bring new...
Date Published 05/09/2018
Two Rochdale men swam the entire 17km length of Lake Windermere for Save Samantha on Sunday (2 September).
A space next to Spotland library has been transformed into a beautiful walking trail by Rochdale in Bloom volunteers.
A Rochdale teenager completed the ‘pedal for Palestine’ with a group of cyclists in August.
Date Published 04/09/2018
The annual Whitworth Rushcart celebrations took place on Sunday and the sun shone and brought out the crowds in great numbers.
On Saturday 8 September, our church walking group will attempt the "shoe trail" walk overlooking Rawtenstall - a perilous four-mile trek, taking in such wonders as the Halo...
A summer playscheme ended with a party at Deeplish Community Centre on Friday (31 August).
Date Published 03/09/2018
John William was born in Shrewsbury in 1890 and when aged 21 was lodging with Annie and John Hill at 2 Deanhurst Fold, Littleborough. He was a Labourer in a Calico Print Works,...
Thousands flocked to Queen’s Park under glorious sunshine for the annual Heywood Charities Fete and Parade on Sunday (2 September).
Date Published 02/09/2018
The grounds at Rutherford Park may not be ready in time for Wardle Football Club’s first matches of the new season, fears club chairman Rik Fielding.
Date Published 01/09/2018
Deeplish Community Centre volunteers were awarded certificates by Mayor of Rochdale, Mohammed Zaman and ward councillor, Sameena Zaheer on Thursday.
Date Published 31/08/2018
Young people and volunteers from Deeplish were busy all evening on Thursday (30 August), cleaning up the Hare Street children’s play area.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and people are being asked to donate any pre-loved quality clothing, accessories and homeware they no longer need to TK Maxx’s Give...
Salvation Army members, friends and volunteers will be out raising funds this September hoping for its most successful Big Collection to date.
A petition has been launched calling for speed cameras to be installed at a junction in Castleton.
Holy Communion at Christ Church, Healey this Sunday 9 September, is at 10.00am The Rev. Andrew Howell followed by refreshments in the Parish Hall. Sunday School is at 9.45am.
Heywood Charities Fete & Parade, The World Beer Keg Carrying Championship, Community Eid Party, Tour de Manc X-Manc: Cyclocross/FunCross, Whitworth Rushcart, Engine House & Fire...
Date Published 30/08/2018
A potential sinkhole has appeared on Rookway in Alkrington - the hole has been marked up with barriers to protect traffic ahead of an excavation to repair the cavity.
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