Mancunian Reunion Wins Top Award

April 16th, 2010 — 11:45am
THE Mancunian Reunion group received a reward for all their hard work and effort this week, by winning the region’s top award for community engagement.

After being put forward by Tameside Council, the group were awarded the prize, which is sponsored by North West Together We Can – a Government backed initiative promoting community engagement and empowerment for the region – the award recognises community groups who have been particularly prominent within their area and benefited the community as a whole. Continue reading »

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Step Ahead Showcase a Success

April 9th, 2010 — 9:06am

HATTERSLEY’S first ever Step Ahead Showcase event proved to be a big success, with over 100 local people paying a visit to see what was on offer.

The event, which took place on the 24th March focussed on the theme of Jobs, Training and Enterprise but also featured access to information and advice as well as guidance on volunteering, healthy lifestyles and leisure interests and courses. Continue reading »

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Phase 1 Housing Development Gets Underway

March 15th, 2010 — 6:15pm

Partners celebrated the commencement of Hattersley’s £multi-million house building programme on 13th March as works on the first phase of 173 new ‘for sale’ homes got under way in the Hare Hill area.

Members from the local community joined development partners Barratt Homes, Tameside Council, Peak Valley Housing Association and the Homes and Communities Agency in welcoming the start on the first of 26 sites, which together will result in the building of around 850 new homes by 2017. Continue reading »

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Cllr Oldham Visits Ken Ward Sports Centre

March 15th, 2010 — 5:57pm
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Councillor Roy Oldham, the Executive Leader of Tameside Council, recently paid a visit to Hattersley’s Ken Ward Sports Centre (KWSC) to check on progress of the £3.1m Phase 2 development – ahead of its opening in May.

Part of Tameside Council’s commitment to providing top class sports and leisure facilities across the borough, the opening of the Centre comes hot on the heels of the launch of the new Tameside Gymnastics Centre at nearby Manley Grove in Mottram. Continue reading »

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