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  • Oldham

    Oldham is a county in Greater Manchester, England with a population of 230,800 in 2015. People from Oldham are called Oldhamers though "Roughyed" is a nickname from the 18th century. The 19th-century redbrick terraced houses characterise Oldham's built environment. The town centre contains the highest concentration of retailing, cultural facilities and employment in the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham. Schools of some kind, some with religious affiliations, serve almost every part of Oldham.

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  • Oldham

    Two parliamentary constituencies divide Oldham: Oldham West and Oldham East, with both represented by Labour Members of Parliament. The Local Government Act 1888 constituted elected county councils to administer services throughout England and Wales. Statutory emergency fire and rescue service is offered by the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service while The Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive also co-ordinates public transport. The force's "(Q) Division" has their headquarters in central Oldham.

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  • Visit Oldham

    Oldham is historically famous for its theatrical culture although lack leisure and cultural amenities. Oldham's museum and gallery service are dated back to 1883. Since then, it has established itself to be the cultural focus of Oldham and has developed into one of the largest museums with varied collections in North West England. Oldham also has an annual Carnival, which started around 1900, although the tradition of carnivals in the town goes back much further.

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    Warm hospitality awaits you when you visit Oldham. Things to do in the area include; horse riding, golf, swimming, and walking. The Oldham Way is a 40-mile walk through the beautiful countryside of Oldham borough. The museum in Oldham is also full of intriguing objects from the past and tells the story of the people who have invented Saddleworth's character and landscape. Saddleworth Museum also includes an Art Gallery which showcases the best local and regional contemporary art.

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    You can visit some garden centres and fill your garden with brightly coloured plants, herbs, large specimen shrubs and conifers. The Coliseum Theatre's plays and pantomimes will amuse all, and there are always opportunities for adults, children and young people to take part in fun theatre activities and art-based workshops. Stonerig Raceway is also a new and exciting Place in Oldham to bring your family and friends together by sharing in a fun-filled ultimate Scalextric experience.

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  • Huddersfield Narrow CanalĀ 

    Recreation and relaxation are on offer in many Oldham parks. Oldham's got lots of wildlife on offer too. Find mining bees and fossilised mussels at Glodwick Lows Local Nature Reserve. Visit herons at Leesbrook Nature Park for ponds full of frogs. You can also take your time to explore Uppermill's site of biological importance at Moorgate Quarry Walking Trails. Beautiful woodlands, waterways and wildflower meadows can be found at Brownhill, Daisy Nook and Tandle Hill.

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