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Volunteers of all ages came together to help clean up the Wardleworth area of Rochdale on the Thursday 17 April.
Date Published 18/04/2019
Local cafés, restaurants, pubs, takeaways, nurseries, schools and retailers across the Rochdale borough have been awarded the maximum five-stars for food hygiene, following the...
Date Published 04/04/2019
Rochdale Council’s planning committee met this week to consider the latest crop of development proposals including an 11-metre amateur radio mast and conditions attached to a...
Date Published 03/04/2019
Monday, I was invited to Broadfield Primary School for their ‘Sending Sunshine’ event. Working in partnership with Home Instead, a home health care service in Rochdale, the school...
Date Published 15/03/2019
Littleborough Civic Trust is concerned over the development of green belt land near to Hollingworth Lake that has been included in the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework...
Date Published 12/03/2019
The Rochdale Science Extravaganza returned for a third year and was bigger and better than ever on Sunday (10 March).
A woman from Wardle who has a rare form of Down’s syndrome is featuring in a new campaign video about the condition ahead of World Down Syndrome Day on 21 March.
Wardle Football Club has made their defibrillator available 24/7, thanks to funding received from the Tesco Bags of Help scheme.
Date Published 16/02/2019
Volunteers at Littleborough History Centre have been researching the service personnel from the Pennine districts of Rochdale (Littleborough, Milnrow, Newhey, Smallbridge and...
Date Published 05/02/2019
A new coffee and cake shop, Charlie’s Café, has opened in the heart of Wardle.
Date Published 29/01/2019
A football club’s dream has finally come true after Rochdale Borough Council signed off a £195,000 pitch extension.
Date Published 22/12/2018
Area: Rochdale, temporary closure of Ashworth Road, to allow the investigation and repair of the carriageway and culvert following a landslip.
Date Published 14/12/2018
Rutherford Park football ground in Wardle could receive a big-money boost next week thanks to funds secured from two house-building firms.
Rochdale Council cabinet members will...
Date Published 12/12/2018
Anti-social behaviour in and around the College Bank, Lower Falinge and Spotland Road areas is being tackled with a new police operation.
Date Published 07/12/2018
Wardle Trust’s new swimming pool – Watergrove Centre – officially opens to the public in 2019, following 12 months’ building work.
Date Published 05/12/2018
Area: Pennines - Springhill Hospice Santa Dash or Dawdle, 10.55am-11.20am, on Sunday, 9 December, temporary closure of Rakewood Road
Monday, I cut the ribbon to officially open Bargain Buys in the Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre. The branch has many stores throughout the UK and they were really pleased to have their...
Date Published 30/11/2018
Wardleworth Community Centre Learning Club Open Day was an opportunity for Mayor Mohammed Zaman, Mayoress Naaira Zaman, Tony Lloyd MP, Cllr Sultan Ali and Cllr Ali Ahmed to meet...
Date Published 26/11/2018
Several repairs and improvements will be carried out to the cenotaph in Wardle village.
The steep stone steps have already been repaired, and a handrail for additional safety...
A Rochdale snooker hall has sponsored a Wardle children’s football team.
Date Published 21/11/2018
Rochdale Ale Trail, MP’s Dinner with Nazir Afzal, Christmas Markets, Festivals, Light Switch Ons & Fayres, Peaky Blinders Evening, Beauty and the Beast, Annual Radio Rally,...
Date Published 15/11/2018
Wardle Remembrance Sunday 11 November started with a parade from the village of Wardle to Wardle War Memorial, led by Wardle Academy Brass Band.
Date Published 11/11/2018
With the centenary of World War One approaching on Sunday 11 November, numerous schools, groups and organisations have created their own memorial displays in honour of those who...
Date Published 10/11/2018
Remembrance Services & Parades, Rochdale Business Awards, Live Music, Comedy Night, Gin Night, Bonkers Bingo, Last Night of the Proms Concert, Coffee Morning, Model Railway Group...
Date Published 08/11/2018
Action has been taken against seven litter bugs who were caught dropping cigarette ends in Rochdale, as well as a fly-tipper.
Date Published 06/11/2018
Residents across the borough will pay their respects to those who have made sacrifices in defence of the country at this Sunday’s Remembrance Day Services.
Commemorations will be...
Date Published 05/11/2018
Cuts to community centres that provide services ranging from yoga and luncheon clubs to welfare advice and play-groups have been approved by Rochdale Council chiefs.
Date Published 01/11/2018
Councillors have agreed to lease the land for two new schools in the borough to whichever organisation is successful in its bid for government funding to open a new free school in...
Routes between Rochdale and Littleborough could end up ‘gridlocked’ under a new major housing proposal, concerned residents and councillors have claimed.
Date Published 30/10/2018
The Rochdale man who has brought the Science Extravaganza to our town for the past two years is set to become a North West community science leader, thanks to the British Science...
Date Published 29/10/2018
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