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Enterprise and excellence in Oldham

OLDHAM has a strong heritage when it comes to enterprise.

From being King Cotton to the home of both Seton’s tubular bandage, the Lancaster Bomber, and the birthplace of the first test-tube baby, this borough’s timeline is marked with great examples of innovation and progress. 961 more words

Thursday 24th July - Sunday 27th July

Issued: Wednesday 23rd July at 11:30am


Hope you’re all enjoying this weather.

July continues to be a decent month of summery weather with little complaints even after a stormy awakening on Saturday morning. 178 more words


Oldham Flower Festival: rain, herbs and a Swift.

On Saturday abirdabode braved the slightly inclement weather conditions to set up the Big Art Birdbox at Oldham Flower Festival.

The day started of with quite a bit of rain and we were worried that no–one would venture out after the amazing sunshine of the previous week; this combined with the insane thunder and lightning that seems to have woken everyone in the middle of the night on Friday made us doubt we would be busy. 184 more words


What becomes of yesterday's bright young things

By Jason McKeown

In consecutive years, each was voted player of the season by Bradford City supporters. A demonstration of their popularity, offering credibility to the argument of persisting with a youth set up even during times of austerity. 1,364 more words


Oldham remembers...

OLDHAM Town Centre made for a fantastic sight last weekend.

The sun was shining(!), the streets were bright and clean and the flowers in the epic WOW bed on High Street were at their blooming best. 681 more words

Thursday 17th July - Sunday 20th July

Issued at 11:30am on Wednesday 16th July 2014

Hi all,

So the temperature has begun to rise and so has the humidity. But as per the norm in the UK, it won’t last and could end with a bang or two of… 190 more words