TWO years in the planning, 33 pupils from West Hill School, Stalybridge, and three staff travelled to Uganda for a month of community and conservation…View More Safari, so goodie for pupils at West Hill School on Africa project
STALYHILL Junior School is celebrating after being awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark Gold Level. And headteacher Sue Kitchen praised science co-ordinator Amy Egan for…View More Primary Science Quality Mark Gold Level for Stalyhill Junior School
ELEVEN pupils from West Hill School, Stalybridge, recently successfully completed the Three Peaks Challenge. They scaled the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales –…View More West Hill pupils tackle mountains for Three Peaks Challenge
THE history of Holy Trinity and Christ Church, Stalybridge, as well as its work today, was brought alive during their first ever National Heritage Open…View More Heritage at Holy Trinity for first national Open Day
ORGANISERS raised their glasses to another successful Tameside Beer Festival. It is expected charities will benefit to the tune of more than £7,000 from the…View More Locals hail to the ale at seventh Tameside Beer Festival
MARK Smith, director of golf and PGA professional at Stamford, has invested £8,000 in an initiative to give amateur players a big-time experience. Mark hasdesigned…View More Mark tops the leaderboard at Stamford with clever initiative
IF the toner cartridge on your printer or copier needs refilling or repairing, there is a chance the work will be done in Stalybridge. Green…View More Stalybridge Supplied: Where there’s toner there’s brass
A NEW report revealed two thirds of the public are opposed to a cashless society after fears contactless cards would be open to fraud and…View More Stalybridge speaks: Is cash still king?
NICKY Meola, who has been selling ice cream on the streets of Stalybridge and Mossley for more than 50 years, fears what the future holds.…View More 50 years on but are we still screaming for ice cream?
A COUNCILLOR described the proposal to create the Tame Valley Country Park as a smokescreen to build 200 homes on the site of Hartshead Power…View More Tame Valley Country Park plans branded “an utter scam”