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Thursday 22nd September 2016 - Sunday 25th September 2016

Hi all,

After last week’s storms and high temperatures, it’s been a quieter week so far. This pattern will continue until the weekend. It’s a short and sweet blog this week as I head off to Spain today for 4 days of golf and hot sunshine (so @MeteoGib promises me) :). 218 more words

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Thursday 15th September 2016 - Sunday 18th September 2016

Hi all,

Well, after waiting all summer for a decent storm, one finally arrived nearly two weeks into September and wasn’t it a belter. Torrential rain, continuous lightning and roaring thunder. 355 more words

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It was just the neighbors, dear...

Pick any local channel this Sunday and you’ll hear accounts of nationwide and local “celebrations” for 9/11. I struggle with the word “celebration.” I want to ask the anchor, “What are we celebrating?”  (I prefer “remembrance.”) I was unable to celebrate in 2001. 860 more words


Thursday 8th September 2016 - Sunday 11th September 2016

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Autumn is here but it’s been a muggy week, so what’s in the forecast for the next four days.

Thursday: A very mild start and any brightness will be replaced by cloud and some localised patchy rain. 224 more words

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Oldham’dan Altınova’ya kapitalizmin sonu

Cumartesi günü akşam saat sekiz sularında, ‘şirin’ bir Ege kentinde, kentin daha çok ‘doğu’dan gelen göçmenlerinin oturduğu bir yerinde, bir dönercinin önünde, ellerinde dürüm dönerleriyle iki genç birbirine laf atar. 924 more words

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Oldham Athletic: August Review

Following on from one of the most turbulent and uncertain summers in recent times, Oldham Athletic have made a solid start to their 2016/2017 campaign. Things were looking very desperate for the club in July. 551 more words


Oldhamers on Film

This blog was researched by Roger Ivens from Oldham Local Studies and Archives

At the Battle of the Somme the Oldham Pals formed the Pioneer Battalion for the 7th Division which occupied trenches opposite the German held fortified village of Mametz. 349 more words

World War One