Daily Local and National updates on coronavirus (COVID-19)
High Peak Foodbank has seen a surge in demand from people who have lost their income as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
A stark warning of the financial impact the coronavirus pandemic could have on Blythe House Hospice has come from its chief executive officer.
None of Oldham's rubbish is being recycled during the coronavirus lockdown, bosses have confirmed.
Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Hardyal Dhindsa, has defended Derbyshire Police's decision to post drone footage of people out walking in the Peak District on social media.
Most people don't flytip their waste - but those who do are being warned that action will be taken against them.
Goggles used in college science lessons have been donated to top up a council's stock of personal protective equipment, it's been revealed.
A new helpline has been set up for residents in Longdendale who need assistance with anything during the coronavirus lockdown.
White Cross Vets in Hyde say they have been inundated with questions and concerns about coronavirus by worried pet owners over the past few weeks.
An elderly woman was able to stay at home in Hyde, where she is most happiest, after suffering from a fall - with the help of Tameside Council's reablement service.
Calls to the police non-emergency 101 number are now free of charge following a public campaign.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service are urging people to behave after the number of nuisance fires has doubled since the lockdown began.
The majority of schools across Tameside will remain open over the Easter holiday’s to care for key worker’s children and the vulnerable.
Oldham West and Royton MP Jim McMahon has called on the Government and advertisers to do more to support local newspapers during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new 24/7 coronavirus helpline could be set up to help vulnerable residents – particularly older people – struggling with the ‘new reality’ of life in isolation.
People doing 'lockdown DIY' are piling added pressure on the NHS as a rise in home improvements gone wrong is sending more residents to A&E.
People are being encouraged to join in another huge applause this evening (Thursday) at 8pm as a collective show of support and gratitude for key workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here are the latest figures from Public Health England of confirmed coronavirus cases in Derbyshire, Tameside and Oldham.
Smokers are twice as likely to end up in intensive care or die if they contract coronavirus, a senior doctor has warned as he urged people to ditch cigarettes amid the pandemic.
Businesses across Oldham will now be able to take advantage of cash grants to support them during the coronavirus crisis.
Firefighters, Community Support Officers and support staff from Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service will be supporting vulnerable members of the community by delivering prescriptions and contacting people as part of a telephone befriending service.
Marie Curie has pledged to support additional dying patients across Greater Manchester to help relieve pressure on the NHS during the coronavirus crisis.
Dr Kershaw's Hospice is calling for anyone from Oldham with a nursing or healthcare professional background to help them in this time of need.
Derbyshire County Council is looking to recruit more care workers to support the most vulnerable residents during the coronavirus pandemic.
Denton MP Andrew Gwynne is giving his backing to calls from all parties to hold a digital Parliament amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Posters outlining the Government restrictions to avoid all unnecessary travel will be placed on vehicles in various locations around Glossopdale.
From today (Wednesday), the contactless payment limit for in-store payments has increased from £30 to £45 per transaction.
Here are the latest figures from Public Health England of confirmed coronavirus cases in Derbyshire, Tameside and Oldham.
Police have again reinforced their plea for people to stay at home and follow the Government guidelines, after a second person from Tameside in the space of 24 hours is fined for flouting the new measures.
High Peak's MP Robert Largan has urged High Peak Borough Council to pay out the cash grants owed to businesses as soon as possible.
Maggie's Oldham is supporting people living with cancer through the Covid-19 emergency by phone, email or through their online community.
Police are warning motorists to steer clear of visiting one of Oldham's favourite beauty spots, saying they will use emergency powers to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Derbyshire Police have refuted reports that the force dyed the waters in the 'Blue Lagoon' in Buxton to stop people meeting there to swim amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Derbyshire Police has explained its decision to post drone footage of people out walking in the Peak District on social media, following widespread criticism.
The Friends of Waterloo are offering their help to anyone that needs it during the lockdown.
Tameside Hospital has come up with a new way for people to support NHS frontline workers who are tirelessly battling the coronavirus pandemic.
More people are being urged to answer a plea from the NHS and donate blood during these unprecedented times amid the coronavirus crisis.
Local maternity services are changing for people in Tameside and Glossop amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
With many people working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, Derbyshire police have shared advice for organisations on how to ensure they remain protected from cyber security threats while staff are working remotely.
Greater Manchester Chamber has released the results of its first Business Monitor survey, which tracks the impact of coronavirus on businesses.
Jacksons Opticians in Glossop has temporarily closed its practice until further notice but will still be available for emergencies.
Deliveries of essential food and medicines as well as support for the lonely are being offered to thousands of vulnerable residents in Tameside.
Here are the latest figures from Public Health England of confirmed coronavirus cases in Derbyshire, Tameside and Oldham.
The application process for Healthy Start vouchers is temporarily changing to speed up help to families.
Key workers who are using Northern Trains services to get to and from work amid the coronavirus crisis are being asked to fill out a short survey.
High Peak CVS is putting together a list of all of the local support and services currently available throughout the borough to help the most vulnerable people during the coronavirus pandemic.
A 53-year-old man from Stalybridge who was arrested after repeatedly ignoring social distancing measures at the town's Tesco store has been given a £500 fine.
If you enjoy reading, you'll be happy to know that books are the one thing that you can still access amid the coronavirus crisis.
Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa has reassured victims of crime that vital support services will continue to be available throughout the coronavirus emergency.
Walk-in services across Oldham are changing temporarily in response to the coronavirus.
Oldham Council is temporarily suspending charging in all its town centre car parks to ensure NHS staff and key workers have somewhere to park when going about their vital roles.
Coronavirus restrictions aren't preventing Tameside's talented young musicians from honing their skills.
This year's Buxton Well Dressing Festival has been cancelled amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Tameside Magistrates Court is temporarily closed from today (Monday) to both the public and staff until further notice amid the coronavirus pandemic.
High Peak Borough Council has confirmed that it is suspending all non-essential gas works for its tenants until further notice.
Emmaus Mossley is desperately appealing to the generous Tameside public for donations to help them continue their vital work.
Glossop's firefighters have paid a heartfelt tribute to our NHS heroes working tirelessly to save lives during this coronavirus pandemic.
Letter to be sent to every UK household next week providing latest guidance on the battle to beat coronavirus
A 14-year-old boy has been charged with assault after a woman was coughed on and spat at in Ashton.
Gamekeepers and moorland managers are stepping up their efforts to help prevent wildfires putting extra strain on emergency services.
All visiting has been suspended at The Royal Oldham Hospital with immediate effect.
Oldham community champions have issued a heart-felt appeal to help provide care packages for frontline hospital staff battling the coronavirus.
A warm-hearted young girl from Ashton has written a thoughtful message of thanks to the refuse collectors who are continuing to empty our bins amid the coronavirus outbreak.
With the coronavirus pandemic leaving us stuck at home, it's easy to lose our routines and structure.
People struggling to afford their council tax because of the impact of coronavirus could pay nothing until July under plans being offered by town halls.
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This year's Gee Cross Fête has been cancelled amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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A Hyde-based company has joined forces with local childcare providers to donate 60,000 disposable gloves to supermarkets in the fight against coronavirus.
Stagecoach Manchester has issued an update on timetable changes which will come into effect on Saturday (March 28).
Unprecedented conditions have done nothing to dampen spirits at Tameside Adult Services.
Ashton MP Angela Rayner has entered self-isolation after developing symptoms of Coronavirus.
Stalybridge Carnival Weekend has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kind-hearted people throughout the region gathered to join in a huge applause on Thursday night, as a show of support for our NHS staff who are working around the clock to save lives during the coronavirus pandemic.
As the Coronavirus prompts uncertain times, local communities have taken action in a bid to help those who might be struggling with the ramifications of self-isolation or stockpiling - in the form of 'Covid-19 Mutual Aid' groups.
Hadfield Coming Together Group's Bellies Not Bins is moving to a food parcel delivery service starting this week.
With churches having to close their doors, clergy have reverted to using social media to continue providing services to congregations.
The Vicar of Mossley, Rev David Warner, writes for the Tameside Reporter about what the church is doing to support its local community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tameside Neighbourhood Watch is playing its part to help others - especially the elderly and vulnerable - during the pandemic.
Hyde-based charity Blood Bikes Manchester are relying on the public to help them continue life-saving work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Peels Arms in Padfield was cooking up a storm earlier this week, lovingly making meals to be dropped off on the doorsteps of those over 70 in the village.
Oldham Council, Oldham Foodbank and Action Together are working together to coordinate the delivery of emergency food and other essential personal and household basic items to people in need.
Tameside Council Executive Leader, Cllr Brenda Warrington, urges people to abide by the restrictions in place and promises to keep everyone updated amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
A High Peak nurse says it is "insulting" to NHS staff for people to continue flouting government guidance aimed at restricting the spread of Covid-19.
Anyone found to be breaking the strict rules of the coronavirus lockdown can be arrested and fined at least £60 under new powers given to police.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has outlined measures to offer financial support for self-employed people and freelancers affected during the coronavirus crisis.
People are being encouraged to join in a huge applause this evening (Thursday) at 8pm as a collective show of support and gratitude for the NHS staff working tirelessly to save lives during the coronavirus pandemic.
In his latest Reporter column, Denton MP Andrew Gwynne encourages small businesses throughout Tameside to take advantage of Government help - and for people in the borough to support them.
A chefwear manufacturer in Dukinfield is supporting the national effort in fighting the coronavirus epidemic by making hospital scrubs for the NHS.
While continuing to provide as much of a service as possible, Gamesley G52 has had to make some tough decisions in regards to its usual operations.
Derbyshire County Council's Community Response Unit is now ready to take requests for assistance from members of the community who don't have friends or family able to help them.
Ambulance workers who have just had babies are returning to work months early to help tackle the coronavirus outbreak.
With residents in need of supplies amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Oldham's market traders are showcasing the true meaning of community spirit by offering home delivery services to those in need of essential items.
All visits to Derbyshire County Council's care homes - including Goyt Valley House in New Mills - have now been stopped.
Simmondley Dental Practice has confirmed it is staying open but all routine dental treatment is to be cancelled and rearranged for a later date.
The Government has launched a new WhatsApp service so people can get the latest reliable information on the coronavirus directly to their mobile phones.
The passionate community-spirited Mayor of Oldham, Cllr Ginny Alexander, says she has been compelled to take "a heart-wrenching decision" to postpone every engagement for the foreseeable future because of the coronavirus.
Be Well Tameside is changing how it delivers its Quit Smoking Service, following the recent government coronavirus pandemic advice.
Parents are warned to beware of scam emails claiming to offer free school meal vouchers.
Ladysmith Shopping Centre in Ashton has clarified what retailers remain open and how the centre can be accessed.
The latest Government measures to limit the spread of the Coronavirus have meant changes to Tameside Register Office’s services.
Up to a thousand homeless people across Greater Manchester will be put up in hotels to try and stop more people getting coronavirus.
People are being warned that further restrictions on visitors to the Tameside Hospital site have now been imposed.
With measures to stop the spread of coronavirus affecting many aspects of our daily lives, High Peak Borough Council say it is keen to reassure people there is help and support available for residents and businesses.
High Peak MP Robert Largan says the community spirit shown by people across the area is exceptional and an example of how strong local communities across High Peak are.
Food waste collections across Tameside are being cancelled until the end of the week as crews try to catch up with missed rounds.
Artists and photographers are being invited to share their creative responses to the coronavirus pandemic in a virtual exhibition hosted by The Wall in the Barn in Hadfield.
As stocking up on food supplies is still permitted as a legitimate reason to leave your house, the leading supermarkets have imposed some new measures to protect staff and customers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Professor Sharon Peacock, director of the National Infection Service, Public Health England (PHE) told the Science and Technology Committee that 3.5 million tests had been bought and would be available in the "near future".
Derbyshire Police have reminded the public to stay away from the Peak District and exercise near their home.
Landlords and property owners across the High Peak are being urged to help the borough council to support an increasing number of people urgently seeking short-term accommodation.
The Stamford Unit at Darnton House is now closed to all visitors for the time being.
Age UK Tameside are asking local businesses to donate essential items - if they are able to - for the charity to deliver to older people.
Never has there been a greater need for people to help out foodbanks than now in these difficult times amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Bin collections are being disrupted in parts of Greater Manchester as the coronavirus crisis piles pressure on local authorities.
Due to COVID-19 distancing measures, the market is set to shut its doors on Friday 27th of March at 3pm until further notice.
Comedian and author David Walliams will be releasing 30 free audio stories for children who are at home to listen to.
People across Derbyshire are being urged by the county council's trading standards team to be extra vigilant and keep themselves safe from scammers during the coronavirus outbreak.
The government is appealing for 250,000 people to step forward in our hour of need and volunteer to help the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.
Kind-hearted staff at two popular Saddleworth venues closed by the coronavirus have donated their tips to charities.
Two more people from Tameside have died after contracting coronavirus.
Following Monday's announcement by the Prime Minister, a number of restrictions have been put in place to minimise the spread of infection and protect the health of the wider population.
The dedicated team at Tameside Hospital is ready and prepared to assist coronavirus patients if, as predicted, the pandemic worsens in the days and weeks ahead.
A finance expert from Hyde has moved to reassure people that a raft of government incentives are in place to help those hardest hit by the Coronavirus.
Derbyshire County Council Leader, Councillor Barry Lewis, has issued an open letter to residents of the High Peak and Derbyshire amid the current coronavirus crisis.
Both of the High Peak's household waste recycling centres in Glossop and Buxton are now closed until further notice.
Glossop indoor and outdoor markets are now closed until further notice, while work to move the market to temporary accommodation will also be suspended.
Pubs can now no longer serve alcohol even on a takeaway basis following tighter restrictions from the Government.
Parents' and children’s groups and activities in Tameside will not be running face-to-face due to Coronavirus restrictions.
High Peak's Blythe House Hospicecare has confirmed it has closed its hospice building until further notice to help keep its staff and volunteers safe.
Staff and pupils at Inspire Academy in Ashton have sent a message of support to Tameside Hospital staff in the form of a giant banner outside school.
All 20 refuse and recycling sites in Greater Manchester are now temporarily closed to the public until further notice.
A dynamic Oldham pub landlady has opened a virtual pub to keep customers happy during the lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Glossop Police's Safer Neighbourhood Team is reminding residents how they can get in touch and what to get in touch about, and that officers are working hard to support the community and keep people safe.
Staff and pupils at a High Peak school have been advised to quarantine for two weeks.
Blood donors can still give blood during the coronavirus pandemic and are being urged to continue doing so if you are fit and well.
Residents in Tameside and Glossop are being assured that GP practices are doing everything they can to offer support during the coronavirus pandemic.
People are being urged to only use public transport for limited purposes.
Rail company Northern Trains will be implementing amended 'Key Worker' timetables from today (Tuesday).
Victoria Vets in Glossop has confirmed it will be only providing emergency treatment only, after the Government imposed stricter coronavirus measures on Monday evening.
The Bureau in Glossop has confirmed that it has taken the decision to temporarily close its office on Henry Street to the public from today (Tuesday) until further notice.
People will now only be allowed to leave home for limited purposes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces major restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Derbyshire Constabulary say it is looking into reports that some pubs across the county have still opened their doors to serve customers, despite the Government ordering them to close.
Enforcement officers have started to visit local businesses to check they are complying with new social distancing rules and measures to help protect the community.
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Tameside Carers Centre walk-in access will temporarily close from Tuesday (24 March) because of Coronavirus restrictions – but support is still available.
A Tameside GP says the current coronavirus crisis could last for up to 24 weeks if some people continue to ignore the advice to stay at home.
Reservoirs across the area including Dovestones and Audenshaw are to close to the public to reduce social contact.
Corrie Primary School in Denton has issued a plea to parents of children who are able to keep them at home during the Coronavirus pandemic to do so.
Glossop Guild has cancelled its summer programme of educational courses and talks, as well as its Annual General Meeting on April 27, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ashton Market Hall is offering an-order-and collect grocery shopping service for key workers.
Detailed Bodywork in Denton has kindly offered its car valeting services to NHS staff for free as a thank you for their incredible work during the coronavirus pandemic.
High Peak Borough Council has announced that it has closed all council buildings to the public until further notice.
Tameside Council has had to postpone or cancel a number of scheduled events until further notice.
Fashion retailer Peacocks has closed all of its UK stores temporarily amid the coronavirus pandemic.
People living in the Denton South ward who are struggling are being urged to get in touch with their local councillors, who are able and willing to help.
'The Italian' in Glossop has announced it has made the difficult decision to temporarily close - including its takeaway service - amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Bureau in Glossop have reiterated their message that they are here to help those who need it during these tough times.
Sowerbutts Greengrocer's in Glossop town centre has said it will stay open for the time being but has implemented some changes which come into effect today (Monday).
Audenshaw councillor Oliver Ryan has encouraged people to follow the official advice of staying home unless critically important after going into self isolation due to showing symptoms of Coronavirus.
The Friends of Waterloo group in Ashton are offering their help to any elderly or vulnerable people in the area who need it.
Glossop's Pets at Home store has updated its current opening hours amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Oldham youth charity Mahdlo Youth Zone has confirmed some changes to the way its supporting young people amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Simple Lettings and Sales in Glossop has generously offered to help anyone struggling during these tough times amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Key cutting and shoe repair company Timpson will close from 5pm today (Monday) due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Costa Coffee has announced it will temporarily close all of its stores from this evening (Monday) until further notice.
People are continuing to be urged not to use public transport unless absolutely necessary as bus, tram and train services begin to be scaled back amid the coronavirus pandemic.
As of Monday (March 23), the customer service desk at Glossop Municipal Buildings will be operating reduced opening hours.
Laura-Jayne, owner of Freedom Dancers in Hyde, came into the Tameside Radio studio to discuss how the Coronavirus outbreak has affected her business.
Glossop North End secretary Dan Bates, and joint-managers Peter Band and Lloyd Morrison joined us in the Tameside Radio studio to voice their opinions on the NPL's decision to postpone the season until further notice.
The Greater Manchester Cricket League's Simon Lowndes joined us in the Tameside Radio studio on Saturday to discuss the recent postponement until further notice and plans moving forward.
Curzon Ashton chairman Wayne Salkeld joined us in the Tameside Radio Studio on Saturday to provide an update at the club.
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Following governments announcement on further measures on social distancing, Tameside Council will be restricting chapel services at Dukinfield Crematorium Chapel, Denton Chapel and Droylsden Chapel to 10 mourners.
Despite the Coronavirus outbreak affecting our local clubs, the Tameside Sport Network has vowed to do everything it can to help clubs once things calm down.
Ashton Cricket Club committee member Martin Frost spoke to us about the Coronavirus outbreak and how the club will move forward in the coming months.
Professional boxer Charlie Schofield has been hit twice by the Coronavirus outbreak.
With the Coronavirus outbreak taking its toll on sports clubs in the Tameside, Oldham and Glossop areas, Tameside Radio has decided to shine a light on our clubs and give them a platform to share their story.
Saddleworth Museum and Gallery is one of many throughout the region which has had to close its doors almost immediately following the Government's guidance on Friday.
The Derbyshire County Council Emergency Relief Fund for the county's smallest businesses is now in place.
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High Peak's hospice is increasing the level of community care to support the most vulnerable people as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Derbyshire County Council is co-ordinating a massive community response across the county to make sure vulnerable residents are supported through the coronavirus outbreak.
Derbyshire County Council has announced that all Gold Card holders can now travel free-of-charge before 9.30am, every day of the week, from today (Friday).
Manchester Airport has announced it will temporarily close Terminals Two and Three because the number of travellers has fallen since the coronavirus outbreak.
Not all bin collections are going ahead in Oldham and other services are being disrupted as a result of the outbreak of coronavirus.
Potholes are likely to go un-repaired as the Covid-19 virus crisis hits road workers.
Active Tameside have announced that they are closing their venues due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner has welcomed the decision to close schools from today, but says that more reassurance is needed for pupils, parents and staff.
A High Peak charity fears that the Covid-19 pandemic could be the "perfect storm" for domestic abuse, due to widespread isolation.
Elderly and vulnerable residents self-isolating are at risk of being exploited by strangers and cold callers posing as helpful neighbours in order to scam them, the Local Government Association has warned.
Arcades Shopping Centre in Ashton has announced revised opening hours from next week.
Oldham Council have announced temporary changes to services amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Kind-hearted students in Stalybridge have cheered up local elderly residents by singing to them from their playground.
Libraries, the Buxton Museum and Art Gallery and the Derbyshire Record Office in Matlock will temporarily close from 5pm today (Friday).
Tameside Council say they’re working closely with education leaders in the borough to put plans in place to organise school changes caused by Coronavirus.
Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa has urged the county to pull together to support national efforts to tackle the coronavirus and safeguard vulnerable people.
A vicar from Mossley is taking the remarkable step of delivering his services online as a precaution from the coronavirus.
This week's government announcements regarding businesses and the COVID-19 virus have left many on our local high streets in limbo - and needing an outpouring of custom to help them through.
Libraries and museums have been closed in Tameside for the foreseeable future as the coronavirus crisis intensifies.
A High Peak food bank has said it is expecting a "significant rise" in referrals for vital food packages due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The iconic White Hart at Lydgate and its sister business Dinnerstone in Uppermill have closed.
People across Tameside are being encouraged to think about their general health and wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.
With Tameside bin staff working hard to run a full service, residents are being asked to do their bit to help protect workers while they do their jobs.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has issued an update on revised timetables and peak time restrictions in the coming days.
Tameside Council and Tameside and Glossop NHS Clinical Commissioning Group have launched a helpline for people in need of support as a result of social distancing and self-isolation measures being taken to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Derbyshire schools which have already closed or partially closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic and staffing issues are to be ordered to reopen.
In his Reporter column this week, Denton MP Andrew Gwynne insists that cost should not come before health as the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect our lives.
Seven council-run care homes in Derbyshire - including Goyt Valley House in New Mills - could be closed during the Covid-19 pandemic due to "electrical safety issues" – whether a consultation on their future is postponed or not.
Councils are preparing for bars, shops and restaurants to be forcibly closed from next week in the expectation that the country will move towards some form of lockdown.
Partington Players Theatre - which is the only theatre in Glossop - has said it will be closing its doors until further notice.
The IKEA store in Ashton has announced it will temporarily close its store to customers.
This year's Tameside Whit Friday Brass Band Contests have been cancelled, it has now been confirmed.
The Manchester College has announced it is closing all of its campuses from the end of today.
Tameside public services and the local community are rallying together in a coordinated response to the Coronavirus situation.
In her latest Reporter column, Tameside Council's Executive Leader, Cllr Brenda Warrington, stresses the importance of listening to public health advice and urges everyone to support each other in these uncertain times.
Denton West Amateur Dramatic Society has taken the decision to postpone its spring production.
Saddleworth and Oldham Whit Friday Band Contests, which were due to take place on June 5, have been cancelled.
A virtual music festival has been organised to keep a vital community pub open during the coronavirus crisis.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service (DFRS) is calling for people to take extra care as they begin to spend a prolonged period of time in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
High Peak Borough Council has given an update for businesses and individuals in the borough on support announced by the Government.
Tameside Council is working with the business community through the current Covid 19 pandemic in the following ways. This approach will change as the situation develops.
The terminal illness charity has announced that all of its upcoming public collections in Tameside and Oldham, as part of its biggest annual appeal, will be cancelled due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
For those who rely on public transport, this is the latest information available on how buses, trains and trams will be running.
Boots have announced they are limiting the number of items people can buy of certain products amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Greater Manchester Police has urged the public to 'think twice' about requesting callouts in non-emergencies as officers are attending coronavirus-related incidents without protective masks.
High Peak Borough Council's office in Gamesley will be closed from Thursday (March 19) until further notice.
The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Derbyshire has more than doubled today (Wednesday), according to the latest Public Health England figures.
Tesco has provided an update with a series of changes it will implement in its stores from Thursday (March 19).
A man in his 80s in Tameside has died from coronavirus, it has been confirmed.
Education secretary Gavin Williamson has announced that all schools are to shut from Friday until further notice, except for children of key workers and vulnerable children.
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Fewer recycling collections, libraries closed, longer waits for funerals and extra body storage – these are the ways Oldham council is preparing to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
Coffeehouse chain Costa Coffee has issued a significant update on its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Discount supermarket giant Aldi are looking to recruit new temporary staff to help keep up with demand amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Schools across Tameside are closed to groups of pupils due to the ongoing coronavirus updates.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, you may need to get in touch with agencies about specific issues which affect you.
Some services in Tameside are to change from midnight tonight (Wednesday) to prevent face-to-face contact amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Glossopdale School has offered to deliver packed lunches for students on the 'Pupil premium' scheme who need them while they are at home.
An event to open a new memorial called 'The Garden of the Forgotten' in Oldham, which was due to take place on Saturday (March 21), has been postponed.
Home-Start High Peak have stopped all face-to-face visits but have explained how the Buxton-based charity will continue to support its families.
Partington Players Theatre have set up a GoFundMe page for anyone who wants to donate refunded ticket money to help keep the historic theatre alive.
Parkrun events have been cancelled following the Coronavirus outbreak.
We know it's a tough time at the moment - especially for local sports clubs - so we want to help you out.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has this evening (Tuesday) issued an important update on transport, timetables and the coronavirus.
A Covid-19 Community Response Unit has been set up by Derbyshire County Council to bring agencies and volunteers across the county together and support residents and businesses as they tackle the infection and its effects.
This year's Glastonbury Festival, which was due to take place between June 24 and June 28, has been cancelled.
A book shop in Glossop has had to close its doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it will soon be offering a free book delivery service for local people.
Arcades Shopping Centre in Ashton has said it will be remain open for the time being and has stepped up its cleaning processes.
The British Psychological Society (BPS) has highlighted the importance of talking to your children about the coronavirus outbreak.
New Bridge School in Hollinwood has been forced to close its doors to all staff and students from today (Wednesday) due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There are now 10 people in the Tameside borough confirmed to have caught Coronavirus.
Buxton Opera House, the Pavilion Arts Centre and Buxton Cinema has announced that they will be closing with 'immediate effect', to reduce the threat of coronavirus.
During these uncertain and difficult times, an estate agent from Hyde has generously offered to assist those people most in need.
Glossop Record Club has postponed its regular record club sessions for the foreseeable future, amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Bureau in Glossop has announced that it has suspended its groups and home visits but will remain open amid the coronavirus pandemic.
McDonald's has announced a major change to its operations as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread.
Roundthorn Primary Academy in Oldham has closed after two of its staff members have tested positive for coronavirus.
Tameside Council and Tameside and Glossop NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are working closely with partners to support the local community with a wide-ranging response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Local charity Action Together are looking for kind-hearted volunteers to help support people through the coronavirus emergency.
Professional boxer Charlie Schofield has confirmed that his upcoming fight has been cancelled following the Coronavirus outbreak.
Ladysmith Shopping Centre in Ashton has issued an update in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Glossopdale School have said that they "can no longer keep the school open to all students" due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Willow Wood Hospice have announced that they are cancelling Close Day Services and Dementia Cafes for the foreseeable future.
Droylsden Academy students in Years 8 and 9 are to learn from home as of tomorrow.
Cineworld Cinemas has said it will be closing its outlets until further notice.
The Greater Manchester Cricket League has confirmed that the start to the 2020 season will be postponed.
Dr Kershaw's Hospice in Oldham has announced that it has had to postpone this year's Hospice to Hospice Walk in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Given the current situation, and the distinct possibility that the 2020 season will be delayed and indeed may not happen at all, the potential financial impact on voluntary sports clubs is more than significant.
Britons are advised against 'all but essential' travel to anywhere outside the UK, foreign secretary Dominic Raab has said.
The British Speedway season has been postponed until April 15 due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Morrisons has explained what it is currently doing amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Oldham RLFC would like to provide an update to everybody in relation to the current situation regarding the Coronavirus outbreak.
Hyde United are appealing to the local community to help the club financially amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
Following the Coronavirus outbreak, England Netball has taken the decision to suspend all activity until further notice.