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Sunday, December 16, 2018
The countdown to Rochdale Feel Good Summer Festival 2019 is on, with the announcement of the date for next summer’s event. The festival will return on Saturday 10 August, and organisers Rochdale Borough Council ensure another showcase of top-class entertainment,...
National regeneration and investment experts have attended Stockport's Redrock development. Following the announcement that the popular leisure destination is on the shortlist for a prestigious 'Revo Gold Award'. Bringing over 750,000 visitors since it opened a year ago, Redrock has proven...
Council makes a Bee Line for Castleton Plans for the borough’s biggest cycling infrastructure project are in progress after regional transport bosses signalled their backing for the plans. Approximately one kilometre of new cycle lanes will be installed on Manchester...
Flight from Hong Kong on 1st December marks new Cathay Pacific aircraft’s first UK appearance. Just in time to celebrate Launched in the same month as the 4th anniversary of Cathay Pacific’s Manchester-Hong Kong non-stop service, this all-new aircraft’s deployment also...
The next step of an innovative and exciting programme of events at Manchester’s libraries are secured. £80,000 of funding from Arts Council England, matched by Manchester City Council, Manchester Central Library Development Trust, Granada Foundation and the Oglesby Charitable Trust, has...
Menswear store fashions up the new shop in Rochdale A brand new high-end menswear store has opened in Rochdale town centre, in a further boost to the council’s £400m regeneration programme. Phil Buckley, the owner of Buckley Menswear, has styled a...
Rochdale’s brand new indoor market opened its doors to the public this morning.  The Rochdale Market Foodhall and Café is now operating from the former Santander building on The Butts, following a £750,000 transformation spearheaded by the council and Rochale...
An extra £1.5m for Rochdale town centre as businesses back the BID Businesses across Rochdale town centre have voted to form a Business Improvement District (BID), in a move which could generate £1.5m over five years. 76% of votes cast voted...
War poet Wilfred Owen who fought in the First World War as part of the Manchester Regiment is being commemorated this weekend in both Manchester and France - one hundred years since his death on November 4th 1918. His death...
Manchester residents are being warned to look out for fake poppies after the council’s trading standards team seized more than 1,700 bogus poppy products from a wholesaler in Cheetham Hill. Officers discovered the illegal products – including pendants, earrings and...

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