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Eid al-Fitr, also called the "Festival of Breaking the Fast", is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of the month-long dawn-to-sunset fasting of Ramadan.
Tameside foster carers are to receive an additional payment in recognition for the extra support they are giving to looked after children during lockdown.
It was ‘lights, cameras, action!’ at St Mary’s Primary School, Haughton Green, when a Granada TV crew turned up to film an episode of the documentary series This England.
A Tameside resident who has mobility issues will have more accessible facilities at his home thanks to adaptations being carried out through some government funding.
Tameside’s libraries have reported a surge in online borrowing during the coronavirus lockdown as the nation seeks escapism and comfort in e-books.
The Anthony Seddon Fund has been delivering a packed week of awareness activities across the area in support of Mental Health Awareness Week.
Following their successful first ‘Sanctuary From Your Sofa’ event on Easter Monday, The Donkey Sanctuary is hosting another day of live Facebook broadcasts this coming Bank Holiday Monday from its international headquarters in Denton.
In a fitting way to mark Mental Health Awareness Week, a primary school in Mossley has become the latest school in Tameside to receive special recognition for their work in supporting emotional wellbeing and mental health.
Young musicians from across Tameside are contributing to a collaborative project to mark the anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack today (Friday).