With businesses across the borough preparing to re-open, a new animation from Oldham Council celebrates the past, present and future of the town centre.
Whether it's a perm or a pint, local non-essential businesses say they are looking forward to opening after lockdown from Monday, April 12 - but need your support.
Dark Peak Press has partnered with Glossop Creates to spearhead a campaign to support local businesses while encouraging people to shop local as the town opens up for trade.
Businesses in Tameside can now apply for a one-off payment to help them re-open safely as coronavirus lockdown restrictions continue to ease.
Businesses forced to close during the national lockdown can now apply for a Restart Grant to help them reopen safely as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Local businesses are being invited to attend Glossop Business Network's latest virtual meeting on Friday 16 April.
Businesses in Oldham are being reminded that support is still available to help them through the coronavirus pandemic.
Tameside law firm Bromleys is this year supporting the Tameside East Trussell Trust, which is based in Ashton and also has sites in Stalybridge and Dukinfield.
Businesses are at the heart of a new council campaign to encourage residents in Tameside to stick to the coronavirus rules, with the borough's Covid infection rate still high.
Law firm Bromleys has enhanced its Court of Protection team with two appointments.
Entrepreneur Emma Schofield has experienced the ups and downs of running her own business during the coronavirus pandemic.
It's time to start thinking on our feet for National Feet Week.
Tameside-based business technology solutions provider Brother UK is the first business in the North West to be recognised by a new government-backed scheme led by Investors in People, the workplace quality accreditors.
Two Wetherspoon pubs in Tameside are set to open their beer gardens from Monday 12 April.
Manager and owner of Gee Cross-based business On The Move Property Boutique, Annabelle Jardine-Jones, has delivered more computers to local schools as part of their 'Computers For School Kids Appeal'.
Changes to the Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) scheme mean that domestic businesses and those who hold a Tameside taxi licence may now be eligible for a one off payment of £1,500.
Meet Selsey, the six-week-old Guide Dog puppy which is being officially sponsored by a Glossop business owner.
Digitl - an eCommerce, marketplace and web design agency headed by Oldham-based entrepreneur Darren Ratcliffe - has secured two new major contracts with Oldham Vending Services and Pure Wall Art.
Florence & Amelia's coffee and gift shop in Stalybridge has raised £215 for the Anthony Seddon Fund charity.
Normally behind the counter of her business Decisions ladies wear in Ashton, Val Unwin has taken up a different job.
Hadfield company Sumed International (UK) Ltd has been appointed contractor for Cumbria County Council for service and repair of specialised equipment.
Tameside businesses that were able to trade between August and November 2020 are being reminded that they may be eligible for grant funding.
Two local businesses have been continuing their good work delivering laptops to schools for children to use during lockdown.
Businesses in Derbyshire will soon be able to bid for grants from a £2 million fund to help the county "build back greener" from the coronavirus pandemic.
A property business in Hyde leading a campaign to supply local children with laptops for remote learning during lockdown is celebrating a new milestone.
Glossop Business Network's latest meeting will take place virtually over Zoom on Friday 19 February.
An Audenshaw nursery is celebrating after winning MP Andrew Gwynne's Small Business Award.
Stalybridge-based business Florence and Amelia's is supporting the mental health charity the Anthony Seddon Fund this Valentine's Day.
Businesses in the leisure and hospitality sectors that are based at home and can evidence ongoing fixed commercial costs can now apply for a business grant, thanks to a new scheme from Oldham Council.
A personal development coach is offering free help to local people suffering from a fear of needles and injections.
Local businesses have been rallying round to provide laptops and online learning equipment for local pupils.
A Tameside charity has launched a high street voucher scheme and is encouraging local independent retailers to sign up.
Some 56 per cent of North West businesses are expected to invest in their eCommerce capabilities over the next 12 months.
Two entrepreneurs are teaming up to create a new style of online expo, with the aim of attracting business people from across the UK and beyond.
Mike Brooks and Cerid Grimshaw, from Dukinfield's ZenTec Network Solutions, have delivered their first refurbished laptops to help primary school children having to learn remotely during lockdown.
Gee Cross-based property business On The Move Property Boutique is aiming to raise £2,000 to keep local children learning during lockdown.
Tameside nursery group Kids Zone Nurseries has been given government approval to provide 16 to 24-year-olds with essential employment skills as part of the national Kickstart scheme.
A used car store in Ashton has had to close its doors again but says it feels "well equipped" to deal with the third national lockdown that the country is now under.
Glossop Business Network's first meeting of 2021 will be held virtually via Zoom on Friday 15 January.
A dynamic and well-respected Saddleworth woman has won the prestigious Businesswoman of the Year prize at the 2020 Women's Business Awards.
A Hyde greengrocer has been going above and beyond the call of duty to support their customers throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Local businesses across Tameside and Glossop have pulled out all the stops to ensure a very different Christmas still looks - and feels - the part on the high street.
Generous Tameside businesses have played a vital role in providing Christmas gifts for local children and young people living in poverty.
There may have been no big Christmas light switch-ons this year, but the festive bulbs are still twinkling across Tameside and Glossop.
More Tameside businesses may be eligible to apply for grant funding under new schemes, if they have been affected by local and national Covid-19 restrictions.
To mark last weekend's Small Business Saturday, Andrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish, announced the winners of his Local Business Awards.
Last Saturday was Small Business Saturday when shoppers were urged to do their bit and shop locally in the lead up to Christmas this year.
From entering a national lockdown wondering if the housing market could collapse due to a global pandemic to house prices soaring and record breaking sales across the borough, it’s been quite the year for estate agents across the country.
Ashton Town Team is encouraging shoppers to 'think small' this Christmas and support local traders - on Small Business Saturday and every day.
Glossop-based specialist glass processor Esquire Glass has secured a £300,000 funding package from NatWest to invest in the growth of the business and navigate further disruption by Covid-19.
Arcades Shopping Centre is staying open during the new national lockdown for customers to shop at essential retailers, for click and collect from non-essential retailers and for takeaway food order collection.
The finalists for Ashton Town Team's very first Independent Business Awards have now been confirmed.
It's your last chance this week to take advantage of the Totally Locally Fiver Fest running in Ashton.
Solicitors in Oldham are urging people to take advantage of a charity will-writing scheme, after demand for wills soars in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sashilly Knits and Pieces originally started on Ashton outdoor market in 2016, recently moving into Ashton Market Hall, Stall 67, Bow Street entrance.