Tameside Arts & Education News
OUTDOORS or indoors, Tameside Council has lots to keep people interested over the school summer holidays.
PORTRAITS, pictures and the deeply poignant all feature in Tameside's Culture's new online exhibition "apART".
TAMESIDE Council is delighted to welcome back visitors to Portland Basin Museum, Ashton, which will reopen on Wednesday, October 14.
"DIGITAL Words" is the fitting title for the 2020 Tameside Libraries Readers and Writers' Festival.
TAMESIDE Adult Community Education (ACE) based in Stamford Chambers in the centre of Ashton-Under-Lyne is now set to reopen its doors on 14 September 2020 to learners, following closure since the UK went into Covid-19 lockdown in March
READING packs have been created to support parents in helping younger children acquire the phonics skills they need to be successful in school.
ART lovers can enjoy the latest exhibition at Ashton's Market Gallery from the safety and comfort of their own home.
AFTER the huge success of the last two projects, Tameside Libraries are pleased to announce that Story Makers is back for a third time.
ON August 16, 1819, hundreds of people left the towns that were to become Tameside and made their way to Manchester to attend a huge demonstration on St Peter's Fields.
TAMESIDE Libraries are looking for volunteers aged 12 to 18 to help run activity sessions for children taking part in the Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge in late July and August.
From placards and protests to social media and selfies, young people from Tameside have joined forces with the nine other boroughs of Greater Manchester to put their own modern-day twist on an historical women's rights event.
TAMESIDE Council is rewriting the book when it comes to library opening hours. Over the next few months it will be unveiling Open+ - a change that will result in much greater access to libraries.
TAMESIDE secondary schools have seen their third consecutive year of improvement in the GCSE results published yesterday. Provisional figures indicate a 2% increase in the proportion of Tameside pupils achieving five good GCSEs (grades A*-C) including English and Maths compared to the 2015 results.
MORE than 500 Tameside pupils enjoyed some ghoulish escapism during a visit from best-selling author, illustrator and film maker Curtis Jobling.