Tameside Reporter from Monday, July 19th, 2021
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Caution around opening of night time economy in Greater Manchester
Greater Manchester Police will have extra resources in place as more people return to town centres following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
Santander in Hyde closes permanently
Campaigners have failed to save the Hyde branch of Santander bank after it closes its doors for good.
Stalybridge church gets funding for creative project
A Stalybridge church has secured nearly £20,000 in funding to undertake science-based outreach activities in the local community and churches.
Community group clean up in Dukinfield
Dukinfield residents come together to create a greener and safer environment in their local area.
Funding boost for services to support vulnerable children and families
Services to support children and families in Tameside are to receive additional funding of nearly £1 million.
MP Rayner meets Tameside mental health frontline staff
Ashton-under-Lyne MP Angela Rayner has spent time meeting frontline staff and patients at two mental health wards run by Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust at Tameside Hospital.
Tameside health cadets rise to the challenge in enterprise partnership
Tameside College’s health and social care cadet scheme has gone from strength to strength in a year during a global pandemic that has tested the resilience of the country’s healthcare network.