TAMESIDE’S fibre-optic infrastructure is not only speeding towards completion – it’s getting bigger and better.
Tameside Council led a multi-agency approach to disrupt individuals illegally dumping waste in the area.
NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group (T&G CCG) in partnership with Tameside Council are reminding people in Tameside and Glossop where to access expert medical treatment during the extended Easter bank holiday (Friday 30 March – Monday 2 April 2018).
TAMESIDE people are being urged to look out for three simple signs which may indicate a child or young person is suffering abuse or neglect.
WOMEN in Tameside and Glossop aged over 70 are being urged to check for signs of breast cancer to help halt the disease.
NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has made a decision on the way we deliver and improve access to Intermediate Care following extensive consultation.
LIKE so many people in the UK, Tameside Council’s deputy leader, Cllr John Taylor, stayed resolutely with the same energy provider. Despite all the inducements he was offered, and all the price rises he suffered, he saw no reason to move to a different supplier.
NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has launched a consultation for residents of Tameside and Glossop to have their say on the way we deliver and improve access to Urgent Care.
IF you live in Tameside and your child moved into Year 7 in September, the great news is that they are eligible for a Tameside Smart Saver Account with Cash Box Credit Union.
Linda Shaw describes her housemate Cath Tynan as being just like a “big sister”.
Encouraging kids to get healthy and active over the summer holidays has never been easier thanks to some great ideas from Change4Life.
Working in partnership with Transport for Greater Manchester and Sustrans, Tameside Council has made a successful bid to Highways England for £2 million to construct safe routes across the M67 and A57.
CARE leaver Chester Reid has told how loving and supportive foster carers helped to turn his life around.
COACHES, parents and volunteers are invited to a free training event to help protect the welfare of children playing sport.
The sessions - to be held at the Denton Centre, Acre Street, Denton, on the first Tuesday of every month from 12-3pm – aim to give budding foster carers the opportunity to talk informally to Tameside Council’s foster care support team, ask questions and gain an insight into what the role involves. The next session is on Tuesday 7 March 12-3pm.
NEW members of Cash Box Credit Union have received a share of £1,250 confiscated from loan sharks to reward their determination to save.
After the Christmas and New Year festivities it will be the start of a challenging period for some families.
Local solicitors Pearson Legal take a look at issues arising from children using their first mobile phones after receiving them as christmas presesnts.
TAMESIDE residents are being urged to take advantage of a money-saving boiler and insulation offer - which has now been extended until 31 March 2017.
TAMESIDE Christmas Market proved to be more popular than ever this year with thousands of visitors enjoying the three weekends of festive fun.
TAMESIDE Council’s Markets team have added another title to their growing list of accolades. Manager Nicola Martin has been named Britain’s best market champion in the Great British High Street Awards.