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Sorry, please enter at least a Title or Rating or Add Search Keyword or Default 3D Option Our Lady's R.C. High School, Royton The Oldham College [2] Royton and Crompton School Grange School, Rochdale Road, Oldham Transport Oldham is about 4 miles from the major M62 motorway, but is linked to it by the M60 and A627(M). Oldham once had five railway stations but now has two, Werneth and Mumps. It is planned to link the town to Oldham & Royton Harriers Education I’m a level 2 Athletics Sprint/Jumps Coach and together with my wife, who’s also a level 2 Sprints Coach, we’ve coached athletics at our local club, Oldham & Royton Harriers, for nearly 30 years. Oldham is today made up of the boroughs of Chadderton, Crompton, Failsworth, Lees, Royton and Saddleworth all of which contributed to the flourishing textile industry of the 18th century. The town can trace its roots back to the 11th century and with few natural resources Oldham was to remain so until the Industrial Revolution. What Oldham did have was high humidity and reserves of coal. It Ibrahim YOUSAF (Oldham) For services to the community in Oldham. Congratulations to them all! British Empire Medal Ceremony at The Monastery. Nov 26, 2019 | General The Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Mr Warren Smith, presented The British Empire Medal (BEM) to 5 recipients in a ceremony in the Great Nave at The Monastery, Manchester, on the 26th November 2019. The Lord-Lieutenant said Casino Royal Navy THERE’S £65m worth of dazzling seafaring finery in this photograph of one of the world’s grandest harbours. No, not the glittering array of super yachts but Royal Navy Cornbrook Brewery Co Ltd Ellesmere Street, Cornbrook Manchester: Greater Manchester: Oldham, Hollinwood, 604 Oldham Road, Friary Meux Ltd - Guildford, Surrey and Nine Elms: Surrey, Hambledon, Hambledon Road, Merry Harriers . Friary Meux Ltd - Guildford, Surrey and Nine Elms: Surrey, Hascombe, The Street, White Horse Picture; Friary Meux Ltd - Guildford, Surrey and Nine Elms: Surrey, Leigh Add Search Keyword Before marrying, Tom was a keen sportsman, playing for Rochdale’s second team as well as running for Royton Harriers. He was also often found singing in many local pubs as the hired entertainer in and around the Rochdale and Oldham area during the 1950s. During his work life Tom was a carpenter by trade, a keen gardener and walker. Royton Town Hall is currently open on weekdays (only) from 9am to 5pm. These hours could be extended dependent on public demand. An online Book of Condolence is also available at www.oldham.gov.uk

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