Monday, March 25, 2019
History Matters

History Matters

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Civic, Political, Faith and Community Leaders from across Greater Manchester have gathered in Manchester Cathedral to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day, at the first city-region...

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Students from Denton Community College were invited to accompany members of the Denton Town Twinning Association to Denton's twin town of Montigny le Bretonneux...

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At the start of 2018, it was decided by the 3rd Ashton-u-Lyne Scout Group executive committee under the guidance of Tina Howarth, the GSL of...

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Friends of Guide Bridge, Hattersley, Glossop and Hadfield Railway Stations jointly organised the remembrance of the end of World War One in a unique...

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The phrase “old soldiers never die, they just fade away” comes from an old army ballad which was popular with British soldiers during World...

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The first mention of a public war memorial for Hollingworth was in March 1919 at a meeting of the General Purposes Committee of Hollingworth...

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Proud winners of the RISING STAR AWARD – in the recent Pride of Tameside Business Awards, Manager, Amy Booth and the staff at ABC...

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This November sees the 100th anniversary of the end of The First World War. The GX Brabyns Neighbourhood Community Group will be marking the...

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A poignant parade of silent soldiers will lead eleven days on remembrance events across Tameside next month. To commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the...

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Ashton’s Town Team and Tameside Markets staged ‘Ashton Town Centre Heritage Day’ on the Market Ground and Market Street today, as part of the...