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River Wardley’s family are putting on ‘River’s Red Carpet Reception’ at The Empire in Rochdale on Sunday 7 May to help raise money towards a seizure alert dog.
Date Published 25/03/2017
Pamper Evening, Plays, Sportsman's Dinner, Bands, Alpine Flower Show, Reptacular Open Day - lots to do round the borough for all the family.
Date Published 23/03/2017
Thrive is a new service for young people and their parents/carers who are experiencing anxiety, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Samea Fascal, a pupil in Year Three at Hamer Primary school, donated £20 of her birthday money to Guide Dogs for the Blind during the school’s ‘Happiness Fair’ on Friday (24...
Steph Preston, from Rochdale, is aiming to highlight the issues faced by those with mitochondrial disease by sharing her younger brother Kieran’s story after he died on Friday 17...
The transformation continues for the old Carnegie Library in Castleton, recent improvements to the exterior include a new roof and a dome.
Date Published 24/03/2017
The Rochdale Ambition for Ageing programme is a partnership of voluntary and community organisations, led by KYP. The partners are Council for Voluntary Services Rochdale,...
Deaf mother-of-six Victoria Hall, from Rochdale, is set to receive her last radiotherapy treatment for a brain tumour on Friday (24 March), and she hopes to inspire others by...
The children who form the Hamer choir went to the town hall on Tuesday 21 March to represent Hamer as part of the Rochdale Music Festival. They were accompanied by Miss Page, Miss...
Cameron Connolly, is celebrating exceptional competition success after scooping first place in a national competition.
Talented Level 2 Barbering student Cameron claimed first...
Members of the Rochdale Environmental Action Group (REAG) teamed up with the Friends of Broad Lane Community Woodland (FBCW) to remove litter and twigs from the woodland floor as...
Students so impressed employers at their mock interviews they were told they would have had a job if the scenario was real.
Dancers from Whitworth Community High School joined a cast of 150 on stage at Burnley Mechanics for the Dansworks Dance Academy annual show.
Two Rochdale churches, St Chad’s and St George’s are joining together in a scheme to provide friendship, hospitality and free refreshments.
Date Published 22/03/2017
Our Sunday morning Worship starts this week at 10am. We look forward to a great time with God. We have groups available for Younger folk and also a Creche.
This is the last...
After spending many weeks hidden behind shrouds last year, the renovated spire of Christ Church, Healey now reveals itself in all its glory.
Recent months have seen much...
Date Published 21/03/2017
Youths have been gaining access to Warwick Mill and London House in Middleton and causing damage.
A police spokesperson said: "Officers checked the building and found three...
Middleton Rotary held their Purple for Polio Tea Party at the The Old Boars Head to raise awareness about Rotary's quest for polio eradication on Saturday (18 March).
Our girls’ Football team beat 11 other teams at a recent football rally last week to become local champions.
The Rotary Club of Middleton support local community groups who are of great help in the community.
Keally George has been reunited with her wedding ring after losing it in Springfield Park on Thursday (16 March).
Date Published 20/03/2017
The front bumper, headlights and assorted other debris of a Vauxhall Corsa have been dumped down a steep embankment at Carr Wood, Ashworth Valley.
Danielle Evans has raised over £800 towards bone cancer research by shaving her head on Friday (17 March), exactly one year to the day after her Auntie Ann lost a three-year fight...
There was a full band room on Thursday evening, 16 March, when Milnrow Band held its Annual General Meeting.
To acknowledge Year 7s First Art achievement at Hollingworth Academy, they decided to decorate the Community Tree in Milnrow with birds inspired by the artist, Mark Hearld.
Sunshine Preschool Playgroup took advantage of the sunshine on Wednesday when children had a day out at Hollingworth Lake.
The GP walk in service at Middleton Health Centre will no longer be available from 1 April, although the Middleton Health Centre will continue to practice as normal for its...
Date Published 18/03/2017
O2, the mobile phone network, has recently introduced its 4G service to Milnrow.
The implementation of the 4G network will allow its customers to experience a new level of high...
Littleborough Community Primary School band played at Rochdale Town Hall in the Rochdale Youth Festival of Performing Arts on 3rd March.
Date Published 17/03/2017
Keally George is desperately appealing for help and offering a cash reward for the return of her wedding ring after she lost it in Springfield Park on Thursday (16 March).
Osama Alturkmani, 47 and Maria Rajput, 28 both from Rochdale, won Hopwood Hall College’s ‘You’re Hired’ competition.
Dobir Miah, the Chief Officer of the Rochdale Council of Mosques, was the Guest Speaker at St Joseph's church on Wednesday.
St Patrick's Night events, Mum2mum Market, Comedy Night, Live Music, Concerts, Spamalot, Rochdale AFC v Gillingham, Model Railway Exhibition, Open days - lots to do round the...
Date Published 16/03/2017
All Souls' CE Primary School, Heywood were thrilled to watch the RAF helicopter land on the school field.
Last weekend, Miss Monks, Miss Howarth, Mr Rogerson and Mr Peredruk took 30 excited year 7 students to Caythorpe Court in Lincoln for our annual PGL weekend. Students took part in...
The Catley Lane Head community has planted crocuses to brighten up the area around the BBC Plaque, commemorating the Rochdale Millworkers during the Cotton Famine, and the...
Date Published 14/03/2017
In late 2016 Harvey Taylor, a Freemason for over 24 years, approached a local artist, Alicia France to do a portrait of himself in St Edmund's Church.
There was entertainment for all ages at Junction Library and Community Centre family fun day at the weekend.
Visitors enjoyed Lego competitions, puppet workshops, children’s...
Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Senior Section members from Heywood cleaned up Queen’s Park as part of ‘The Big Tidy Up’ initiative run by Keep Britain Tidy.
The School was very successful in the Speech Category of the Rochdale Youth Festival of Performing Arts.In the Individual Prepared Talk, Omer Afzal was awarded a Commended.
Date Published 15/03/2017
The Milnrow and Newhey Bridleways Group (MNBG) are hoping to raise funds to renovate Carr Lane, in the hopes of preserving the lane’s heritage and making it safer for all.
Date Published 13/03/2017
Our Bible Hour on Sunday is entitled ‘Amazing Facts about Jesus’. Jesus is a key figure in God's plan for the world, and he can play an important part in turning your life around....
Wardleworth Community Centre hosted a fun-filled family 'Science Fair' on Sunday (12 March), organised by young science enthusiast, ten-year-old Labib Rhman.
Date Published 12/03/2017
Loving memories of my dear son Norman who died on 12 March 2011.
Loving you always.
The Year 7 Rugby Team won their Greater Manchester ‘All Schools’ Festival at Burnage RUFC. The boys played superbly, growing in confidence game by game. During the Festival, they...
We look forward to our Sunday morning times of fellowship at 10.00am when we welcome the Holy Spirit's presence with us. Our Speaker on Sunday is Rev Dr Nigel Wright.
The preacher at our Communion service at 10.30am on Sunday will be Rev Deborah Hopkinson.
On Saturday 25 March at 7.30pm Rochdale Phoenix Opera Society invite you to sing-along...
Thirty people attended a stress management workshop delivered by Saiqa Naz, a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist of Aurora Wellbeing.
Rochdale and Littleborough Peace Group highlighted the fact that 'we are all downwind of a nuclear power station' on Saturday.
The Grade One listed St Edmund's Church in Falinge has launched an appeal to fund a stair climber to enable the church to be accessible to all.
Date Published 11/03/2017
Police officers made a surprise stop on the Darnhill Estate to visit children at Our Lady and St Paul's School, Darnhill Study Centre, St Margaret's School and Building Blocks Day...
A recommendation to provide extra school places across the Borough was approved at Monday’s cabinet meeting as it is anticipated there will be more children wanting reception...
Date Published 10/03/2017
A convoy of 95 trucks, organised by Littleborough man Graham Poole, has raised £2,500 towards terminal cancer sufferer Polly Haydock’s potentially life-saving treatment in
Daisy Chains Nursery in Heywood is ‘Outstanding’, says Ofsted following a recent inspection.
The Childcare Sufficiency Assessment was approved at Monday’s cabinet meeting (6 March).
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