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Manchester Cathedral’s bells will ring out 22 times to remember the victims of the Manchester Arena attack – despite restrictions caused by the coronavirus.
Date Published 22/05/2020
A couple from Norden have launched their own charity t-shirt depicting a heart-shaped rainbow, with all profits going to North West Sew for the NHS.
Adults in England now have to opt out of becoming an organ donor, under the new Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Act, which came into effect on Wednesday (20 May 2020).
Date Published 21/05/2020
The Kashmiri Youth Project is aiming to have distributed food parcels to over 750 people by Eid-ul-Fitr this weekend.
On the Tuesday 12th May 2020 the Youth Team from Brownhill Learning Community School delivered handmade, personalised hamper baskets across Rochdale, Heywood and Middleton care...
Heywood and Middleton MP, Chris Clarkson, has written to the Home Secretary, urging her to seek the deportation of three members of the Rochdale grooming gang and asking for them...
The first phase of a £46 million flood defence scheme in Rochdale and Littleborough has been given the green light by Rochdale Borough Council’s Planning Department.
A quicker, simpler application process for Healthy Start food vouchers has been welcomed by Greater Manchester health leaders amid concerns around food poverty during the...
Metrolink services will begin running more frequently amid growing passenger numbers – but tram travel will no longer be free for NHS and social care workers.
Date Published 20/05/2020
Throughout Ramadan, Wardleworth Community Centre has distributed over 100 meals and fresh fruit to some of the community’s most vulnerable.
Rochdale AFC is to benefit from a council loan to help it survive the cancellation of football during the coronavirus crisis.
An outreach team which is dedicated to helping people on the streets has been expanded so more people can be supported during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.
The Natural History’s Museum’s famous dinosaur cast, Dippy, which is currently under temporary lockdown at Number One Riverside, Rochdale, has been brought into people’s homes via...
Rochdale Hornets have launched a new official club podcast called 'Repeat Set' and released the first episode earlier this week (Monday 18 May).
People are being warned by United Utilities and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service not to go swimming in reservoirs as the government eases lockdown measures allowing...
The Willows Dementia Hub in Rochdale has been rated ‘Good’ across the board in its first inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), since opening on 1 November 2018.
The newly formed Greater Manchester Sight Loss Council, which raises awareness of the issues faced by blind and partially sighted people, is looking for enthusiastic visually...
Date Published 19/05/2020
Proposals to bulldoze a former tapas restaurant and replace it with a three-storey apartment block have been rejected for a second time.
An Alkrington man is aiming to raise £1,000 for charity with the sale of his humorous short story debut.
A driver was stopped an hour after buying a Mercedes in Heywood on Friday (15 May) – after driving ‘like it was stolen.’
Unfortunately for the man, the vehicle was seized and the...
Throughout the ongoing response to Covid-19, GMP officers and staff have been on the receiving end of a number of random acts of kindness by members of the public across Greater...
Waterside House, one of the first mills in Rochdale to switch from water to steam power, has been awarded grade II listed status by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and...
Local service High Level (Northern) Trust, which provides support for those who are recovering from drug and alcohol misuse, has received an invaluable grant from Lloyds Bank...
A letter has been sent out to parents, carers and guardians across the Rochdale borough, saying that local schools won’t reopen until it is safe for children and staff.
A free weekly food parcel and cooked food service for vulnerable people living in Langley, Middleton, is being provided by Burnside Community Centre until the end of August.
A former Labour councillor who caused a stir last year by announcing she was ending her short tenure with the Liberal Democrats to join The Brexit Party has now hooked up with the...
Police across Greater Manchester have so far issued 279 fines in response to Covid-19 breaches, figures released on Friday (15 May) show.
Police are appealing to the public to help trace the family of a man from Rochdale.
Alphonsus Murray, aged 72, sadly passed away on Wednesday 13 May 2020 at his home on Clement...
Date Published 18/05/2020
Film director Oz Arshad has done his bit to help the coronavirus pandemic in Rochdale by producing a video for local care homes showing how to put on and take off crucial PPE...
As people across Greater Manchester adapt their lives to follow government regulations and stay home to protect our NHS and save lives, there are some who have been using the...
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