IF you've been worried since the Government lifted the pandemic ban on evictions, stay calm. Tameside Council is here to help and there's a wide range of support available to you.
LOCAL woman diagnosed with cervical cancer having avoided cervical screening – smear tests - for years now encourages women not miss an appointment.
TAMESIDE and Glossop residents are being urged to contact their GP if they spot the symptoms of bowel cancer.
Face to face, online and over the phone support is available for Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender+ (LGBT+) people, schools and youth services in Tameside.
HELP and advice on Tameside Council's services is available to residents at the touch of a button over the Christmas holiday.
RESIDENTS are being given the opportunity to reclaim Tameside's streets as safe places to play and exercise.
TAMESIDE AND GLOSSOP residents are being encouraged to take part in a survey on digital alternatives for healthcare appointments.
Residents are being advised on how they can help pharmacies in Tameside and Glossop this winter meet the demands for the supply of medicines and the pharmacy delivery service.
GP practices are still open for business and are working hard to look after patients by providing non-urgent care despite the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic. All practices in Tameside and Glossop have been open throughout the pandemic.
IF you haven't responded to your electoral registration form yet, make sure you do so soon.
THE Tameside Markets Team's ability to adapt to an ever-changing retail environment has won new recognition.
NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has been awarded silver status under the Ministry of Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) for supporting the armed forces community.
Residents and businesses are being urged to have their say in the way Tameside reopens from lockdown by taking part in a consultation.
RESIDENTS who pay unregistered people to remove their waste could be adding to fly-tipping in Tameside.
The application process for Healthy Start vouchers is temporarily changing to speed up help to families.
UNPRECEDENTED conditions have done nothing to dampen spirits at Tameside Adult Services.
A CONSULTATION has been launched to give residents their say on improvements to Tameside's walking and cycling networks.
NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group commissioned a review of patients following data reported showing a significantly higher rate of AF to the expected norm. The aim was to reduce AF related strokes by effectively identifying and managing patients to ensure they were on the optimal medication to treat their AF.
Vouchers to help low income families buy healthy food are available to give their children a good start in life.
TAMESIDE Council is gold-standard when it comes to supporting the borough's armed forces community – and that's official.