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Bikers ride again to support cancer charity at rocker event

Big-hearted bikers from Tameside held their latest fundraising event that raised hundreds of pounds for Prostate Cancer UK. The riders from the Globe Café in...

It’s National Fish and Chip Day… What’s your order?

Fish 'n' Chips, Chip Supper or Chippy tea is a staple brit takeaway treat, whether you're at the seaside or needing some late-night nosh...

Bikers rev-up support for cancer charity at sixties-themed event

Bikers in Tameside have been showing their support to a cancer charity - raising £400 at a sixties-themed afternoon. The bikers - the Globe Café...

Call for women to join Greater Manchester gender equality panel

There are only a few weeks left to join a new panel that will help to help combat inequalities that women and girls are...
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Grafton Centre welcomes back members as the door open to a new normal

Our Tameside Reporter Bob Alston is back volunteering at the Grafton Centre - where members have been welcomed back with open arms. Here he...

Creative Care Kits are helping to combat loneliness during lockdown

Creative Care Kits have been distributed to 16,000 older people across Greater Manchester as part of an initiative to combat loneliness and inspire creativity...

Volunteers needed: Become a rock radio DJ from your own home

Greater Manchester Rock Radio, the online community radio station, is looking for new volunteers; from presenters and writers to researchers and people to cover...

Jigsaws, knitting, family & walks: Keeping mentally fit during the pandemic

These strange times have been different for all of us, from going into lockdown, knowing when to brave the outside again, and thinking about...

What’s For Tea, Bob? 

Bob Alston from Tameside gives us his and his wife Dawn’s lockdown diet lowdown as part of our “What’s For Tea” series in partnership...

Best mates and motorhead who brought a little bit of Mexico to Manchester

Our editor, Bob Alston, is a bit of a motorhead - a fan of anything with an engine from being a young lad. Here...
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