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Rochdale singer Ellysse Mason has released her latest single, ‘Hunt Me Down’, ahead of her third EP launch later this year.
Date Published 22/06/2018
Heywood 1940’s Day, Milnrow & Newhey Carnival, Service of Remembrance, Boutique Baby Sale, The Big Games, Kayaking, Rochdale Hornets game, Cinema Saturday, Jazz on a Sunday, Car...
Date Published 21/06/2018
Volunteers for a project were presented with awards at Burnside Community Centre in Middleton on Thursday (21 June).
Green-fingered residents are being encouraged to get gardening as the ‘Alleyways in Bloom’ competition returns for its 11th year.
Work has begun to strip an old Littleborough pub for its new lease of life as the base for a local community group.
As parents will be aware, this week has been Fun Week in school, linked to our whole school motto of ‘Care, Challenge and Fun’.
The Hopwood Hall College annual ‘End of Year Arts Show’ saw hundreds of pieces of work displayed, including fine art pieces, film works, graphic illustrations, games designs and...
Since Heywood, Middleton & Rochdale Circle took over the Volunteer Driver Service (VDS) in February the service users have increased, but that has led to a need for more...
Primary schools in the borough were commended for their commitment to providing healthier food options for pupils at a ceremony at Rochdale Town Hall on Wednesday.
A local neighbourhood forum looks set to produce the first neighbourhood plan in Rochdale.
Rockets, magnets, and electricity were among many of the things on test at Lowerplace primary school as part of the national Great Science Share.
Families packed into Rochdale’s Springfield Park for an afternoon of stories, songs and games to celebrate National Bookstart Week.
Daniel Hollinshead is the only child at his primary school who will not be attending the closest secondary school to his Littleborough home, despite living in the catchment area.
The first Heritage Trail for the Cotton Famine Road has been produced by The Rooley Moor Neighbourhood Forum (RMNF).
Rochdale Parish Church, St Chad’s, the heritage building that tells the story of Rochdale from before 1066 to today, is opening its doors to welcome drop-in visitors on Wednesday...
Date Published 20/06/2018
An 11-year-old schoolgirl has become the North West Swim England Champion after taking home three medals in three race distances.
Get ready to duck and dive your way through obstacles including the Foam Bath, Twisty Tunnels, 6 Metre Drop Slide and Foam Maze by becoming a Springhill super hero. Are you super...
A new principal has been appointed at Rochdale Sixth Form College (RSFC).
Three staff members at one of Rochdale’s Food Warehouse stores are set to cycle from Sheffield to Rochdale on 21 June to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.
The Canal & River Trust, the charity which cares for 2,000 miles of waterways across England and Wales, is encouraging families in the North Manchester area to visit their local...
Elections are taking place in primary schools across the borough to determine who will be the new children’s champion, and one person who knows just how the candidates feel is...
Our Bible Hour this Sunday 24 June at 4.30pm will be about Israel in God’s plan. The Bible tells us that Israel is God’s chosen people.
Community group Reuse Littleborough have revealed plans to move premises from Smallbridge into Littleborough centre, and also register as a charity.
Date Published 19/06/2018
A group of Prince’s Trust trainees have spent a week refurbishing the gardens at the sheltered housing scheme at Bridgewood Lodge in Heywood.
Derelict land on Entwisle Road that lay neglected for 30 years has finally been cleared, thanks to the goodwill of volunteers.
Daisi Daniels has just been selected for the British Alpine FIS (International Ski Federation) Team for the 2018/19 season.
Being in the hospital can be a daunting thing for anybody, however, what is it like for those that have Dementia or Alzheimers?
There's lots of excitement this week as the 'Rochdale Alive' Mission takes place. A team will be on The Butts from 11.30am on Saturday 23 June, and then at Champness Hall at...
Volunteers joined forces to plant the new ‘Wonderwall’ at Rochdale’s Crown Oil Arena, which now features a spectacular floral display created by people who gave up their own time.
Date Published 18/06/2018
A 75 strong audience were witness to a fantastic evening’s entertainment at Middleton Rotary Club’s Summer Fizz concert held at Alkrington & Providence United Church on Saturday...
Keen horse rider Ava Wolstencroft has been fortunate to win sponsorship from Sovereign Horses and Ponies International.
On Sunday 24 June Holy Communion at Christ Church, Healey is at 10.00am with the baptism of Emilia Rose. The service will be conducted by The Rev. Andrew Howell, followed by...
Year 7 footballers have finished their first year at Whitworth Community High School on a high with two local trophies to add to their national success.
Summer FIZZ Concert, Norden Carnival, Riddle Casino Royale, The Scarlett Ball, Community Dance Showcase, The Middleton Buildings of Edgar Wood, It’s a Knockout Challenge, Evenings...
Date Published 14/06/2018
Three students got the chance to witness the memorial service at Westminster Abbey in London to one of Britain’s most influential modern-day scientists.
Date Published 17/06/2018
An application to grant Village Green status to a piece of land at the junction of Caldershaw Road and Cut Lane in Norden has been taken back by Rochdale Borough Council - despite...
Date Published 15/06/2018
Four schools in the borough have been shortlisted in to the Greater Manchester School Awards.
Springhill Hospice opened its doors to welcome the familiar face of Norman Wellens, from the now disbanded Middleton and Heywood Bereavement Support Group.
A 27-year-old tourism management graduate from Rochdale has won a place in the grand finals of the UK 'Power Pageant'.
A D-Day veteran has become the latest war hero to be presented with the Légion d’honneur medal for his services during the Normandy Landings of World War Two.
Volunteers are needed to help plant the latest installation of the Wonderwall at Rochdale AFC.
Volunteers made a local record-breaking £3,600 during their seventh annual car wash on Sunday 10 June.
An eco-team at a local primary school is petitioning for plastic straws to be removed from milk cartons.
Local groups from the voluntary, not for profit and charitable sector are now able to apply for thousands of pounds of new grant funding.
Local community champion, Rehana Mohammed has been awarded an MBE for services to the education of marginalised women in Rochdale and Oldham in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Date Published 13/06/2018
Do you have any unwanted toiletries and baby items that would be perfect for a new mother in need?
An historic first for Heywood took place with the first-ever community Iftar on Sunday evening (10 June).
Wardle Academy has been granted an £11,000 donation for music education by the EMI Music Sound Foundation in celebration of the charity’s 20th anniversary.
Rochdale Parish Church of St Chad’s welcomed Asian Christian communities on Saturday (9 June) for a ‘Convention of Asian Christian Community’.
Children at Lowerplace Primary School held a grand opening for their healthy tuck shop on Friday (8 June).
Over the past two months, Better Health 4 Middleton (BH4M), previously known as Middleton Community Voice, has been working to tackle suicides, mental health and other health...
A local man has presented a cheque to charity after the gruelling 82-mile Dalesway walk.
A cheque for £750 was presented to Royal Oldham Hospital nurses in Whitworth on Tuesday (12 June).
A children’s nursery in Middleton has been graded ‘outstanding’ in all areas after its latest Ofsted inspection.
Date Published 12/06/2018
Springhill Hospice invites you to sit back, relax and enjoy a summer evening of music at Springhill’s annual Summer Serenade event.
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