Tameside Reporter from Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022
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Work starts on £5.1m development of former Stalybridge Police Station site
Work to demolish Stalybridge's former police station and replace it with a block of flats in a £5.1 million redevelopment has now begun.
Tameside's Civic Mayor takes on new scouting role
The Civic Mayor of Tameside, Councillor Mike Glover, has taken on a new role to support Tameside's scouting movement.
Dukinfield Baptist Church closes after 140 years of worship
Dukinfield Baptist Church, on the corner of Oxford Road and Birch Lane, has closed its doors for the final time after more than 140 years of worship.
End of era as Mossley shop closes
The end of a Mossley era has been marked with the closure of Ellison IT.
Controversial Moravian land site sale is paused
Plans to sell off a precious area of open space at the picturesque Fairfield Moravian Settlement have been put on hold following strong objections from the local community.
Rayner column: The major issue of child food poverty
In her latest column, Ashton-under-Lyne MP Angela Rayner talks about an issue which she says affects a large number of families in her constituency.