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The desperate mum, the wedding day couple and the security guard who came to the rescue - all still have powerful memories of June 15, 1996

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Chadderton's built environment is distinguished by its former textile factories: "The huge flat-topped brick mills with their square towers and their tall circular chimneys dwarf all other buildings."[62] Rows of early-20th century terraced housing built to house Chadderton's factory workers are a common type of housing stock throughout the town; narrow streets pass through these older housing areas.[5]

We also have a dedicated conditioning suite, which is a bespoke gym designed for smaller users and groups such as GP Referrals, School Groups, Ladies Only Sessions and Gym Classes.

Residents say it is the second time that the tarmac has collapsed on Field New Road in Chadderton in recent months

Chadderton forms part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Salford. The Roman Catholic Parish of Corpus Christi was founded in Chadderton in 1878, following immigration to the region by Irish Catholics fleeing the Great Famine. A combined school and church was opened in 1904.[124] A further Catholic parish for Chadderton, dedicated to Saint Herbert, was created in 1916.[124] Its first mass was held on 1 July 1916, the day the Battle of the Somme began.[124]

Chadderton also has a large mosque to provide for the growing Muslim sector of the community. This is namely Chadderton Shahparan Central Mosque & Islamic Centre, and is located at 209–211 Bamford Street. The mosque has a large visitor capacity, and is open all throughout the day for quiet contemplation & other religious duties. The mosque is looked after by its own individual, specialist Mosque Committee.

Chadderton's population has been described as broadly working class with pockets of lower middle class communities, particularly in the northeast of the town, near the border with Royton.[75] Parts of the town are relatively affluent compared to the wider Metropolitan Borough of Oldham.[41]

Chadderton is contiguous with other settlements on all sides, including a shared boundary with the city of Manchester to the southwest.[3]

A detective chief inspector and an inspector are being probed over 'gross misconduct' allegations while they served with GMP's internal affairs unit

Chadderton Wellbeing Centre, Burnley Street, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 0JW

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This hotel has upgraded rooms that feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a wide variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel.

Apart from the dignitaries who lived in Chadderton's manor houses, Chadderton's population during the Middle Ages comprised a small community of retainers, most of whom were occupied in farming, either growing and milling of grain and cereal or raising cattle, sheep, pigs and domestic fowl.[5] Workers supplemented their incomes by hand-loom spinning and weaving of wool at home.[3][5] The community was ravaged by an outbreak of the Black Death in 1646.[15]

Greater Manchester Business Week is the region’s number one provider of business news andfeatures, targeting a bespoke business audience with 12,687 copies every Thursday.

Country duo The Shires are busy promoting their new album My Universe and popped in to the Manchester Evening News HQ in Chadderton

You can also book time on a computer with free internet access at Chadderton Library.

Chadwick, had also laid the foundations for an advanced four-jet, delta wing aircraft known as the Avro 698, but after his death the design was taken over by Stuart Davies, who had become the Company’s Technical Director, with this type eventually becoming the mighty Vulcan.

And once you’ve completed your workout, why not relax in our sauna room, offering the perfect way to unwind and ease muscle aches before your next session.

In addition to the above there is a woodland/river walk, water feature and extensive ornamental gardens.

Kids can get up close to all kinds of animals at these child-friendly venues

Waste management is co-ordinated by the local authority via the Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority.[136] Locally produced inert waste for disposal is sent to landfill at the Beal Valley.[137] United Utilities manages Chadderton's drinking and waste water.[138] Water supplies are sourced from several reservoirs in the borough, including Dovestones and Chew.[139] A sewage treatment works is located in the southwest of Chadderton, at Foxdenton. It opened in 1898.[5]

The following images are from the I Love Oldham's Parks and Countryside Flickr group.

In the Greengate area of the town Stagecoach Manchester provides the following bus services. 112/113 - to Middleton via Middleton Junction and to Manchester City Centre via Moston and Collyhurst. 114 - to Middleton via Alkrington and Manchester City Centre via Moston and Collyhurst. 294 offers two early morning one way services to the Trafford Centre via Moston, Cheetham Hill and Salford Quays.

In the post war years, Avro was absorbed into Hawker Siddeley Aviation in 1963, further changes were made in 1977 when H.S.A., became British Aerospace, then in 1999, BAE SYSTEMS.


The HSBC loan has enabled the family business to hire 10 new members of staff including experienced early years learning practitioners

At the 2001 UK census, 81.1 per cent of Chadderton's residents reported themselves as being Christian, 3.2 per cent Muslim, 0.5 per cent Hindu, 0.1 per cent Buddhist, and 0.1 per cent Sikh. The census recorded 8.7 per cent as having no religion, 0.1 per cent had an alternative religion and 6.3 per cent did not state their religion.[74]

WiFi is available throughout our hotels allowing you to stay in touch when you are away from home, whether you want to search the web, email or get some work done. WiFi is free for 30 mins per  24 hour period. Alternatively 24 hour access is available for £3.00. Add to your online booking or purchase at hotel via our WiFi log in page using a credit/debit card.

Guests can enjoy a variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel.

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Late check out until 2pm (normally 12pm). For just £10, make your stay more flexible with the option to relax for a bit longer in your room. We now offer this service at most of our hotels for an additional charge subject to availability. Add to your online booking, or call the hotel for further information.

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The men from Chadderton and Moston have been jailed for a total of almost 30 years

Offering over 20 classes per week running at different times of the day, you’re sure to find the right class to suit your tastes, and your schedule, whether that’s Zumba, HIIT, Legs Bums & Tums, Aerobics, NEW Les Mills Bodypum and Grit, or any other one of our exciting classes. Check out our timetables for full class schedules.

The gym uses leading cardio and resistance equipment from Technogym, featuring popular machines such as bikes and Run Now treadmills, which have a cushioned surface for a more natural running sensation, as well as Vario, Crossover and Synchro equipment which provide members total upper and lower body workouts. The gym also features Recline and Step machines, which are ideal for users with limited mobility and offers reduced impact on joints.

A wide range of classes, education lessons and swim sessions are available throughout the week, with public swims and swim clubs running on a weekly basis too. To view our swim timetables, click here.

Chadderton is served by two railway stations just outside its western boundary, Mills Hill railway station at its border with Middleton and Moston railway station at its border with New Moston, Manchester.

Chadderton Wellbeing Centre offers a custom and unique gym, swim, and leisure experience in the heart of Chadderton, Oldham. Our centre boasts a state of the art gym, sauna, dance studio, and swimming pool, as well as a welcoming café and on-site library in a new custom-built facility.