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Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside - COVID-19 Update

Published date: 
Monday, 9th March 2020

Action Together is committed to providing support to voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise organisations and to ensure you have up-to-date information on COVID-19 (coronavirus). We have produced a page on our website to share the latest guidance and information for VCFSE organisations in Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside. We will update this page when new information is available.

Visit our COVID-19 page for the most up-to-date guidance.

Tameside Community Response Groups during COVID-19

Published date: 
Tuesday, 7th April 2020

Updated 7 April 2020

Action Together is collecting information on new and existing VCFSE organisations providing support during COVID-19 to help local people during this Coronavirus crisis. This is not an exhaustive list but it shows a range of services available. We will update this page when new information is available.

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Coronavirus: Our commitment to the voluntary sector in Oldham

Published date: 
Tuesday, 24th March 2020

Coronavirus: Our commitment to the voluntary sector in Oldham

From Oldham Council, NHS Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group and Action Together

With the Coronavirus bringing unprecedent challenges, the ethos and spirit of what we call “Team Oldham” – public and community services pulling together for the good of our borough –  has never been more needed.

More people than ever before benefiting from ‘social prescriptions’ as Greater Manchester leads the way

Published date: 
Thursday, 12th March 2020
Social prescribing client

The number of people benefiting from a new way of boosting health and wellbeing has more than doubled in Greater Manchester since last year. With all 10 boroughs now on board, social prescribing is expanding rapidly right across the region.

Progress so far:

Oldham Safeguarding Children Partnership E-Learning Offer

Published date: 
Wednesday, 11th March 2020

Oldham safeguarding children partnerships training offer will complement and enhance existing staff knowledge and skills. Before staff complete any partnership training, they must access the free e-learning module provided. The module is designed to help staff recognise and respond to possible signs of abuse or neglect. It is important for anyone working with or who may come into contact with children. The module takes around 60 minutes to complete and must be completed in one sitting, once completed a downloadable certificate is provided.

Emmaus Mossley community unites for The Big Lunch

Published date: 
Wednesday, 11th March 2020
Emmaus Mossley Big Lunch

More than 150 diners have attended the first Big Lunch of the year at homelessness charity Emmaus Mossley – sharing friendship, food and fun.

On Friday 28 February, Emmaus Mossley teamed up with Eden Project Communities to host an early version of The Big Lunch to inspire individuals and other charities. The huge communal lunch was enjoyed by local residents, supporters, beneficiaries, volunteers and staff at the Tameside charity.

North West Charity Awards

Published date: 
Wednesday, 11th March 2020
North West Charity Awards

Welcoming entries from Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside.

After three years of promoting and raising the profiles of many charities and individuals, the North West Charity Awards is back for the fourth year and it needs more nominations. 

The awards have been created to shout about all the great things charities have been doing in the North West. Applicants can make as many nominations as they wish (free to enter).  

Enter or Nominate 

Mossley SOUP celebrates 10th event in style

Published date: 
Wednesday, 11th March 2020
Mossley SOUP

Attendees at the latest Mossley SOUP community crowdfunding dinner celebrated the tenth event by raising £1,346 for the winning project.

On Thursday 27 February, Mossley SOUP organisers welcomed more than 170 diners to Emmaus Mossley for their tenth event, sponsored by Tameside Rotary. Diners donated £5 each in return for soup, entertainment, presentations from four local projects and a vote for their favourite project. 

Lets Talk Oldham

Published date: 
Wednesday, 11th March 2020
Oldham Council

Let’s Talk… Oldham is a conversation Oldham Council want to have with everyone who lives, works or spends time in Oldham. It wants to hear what matters to you about where you live – what’s good, and what could be better.

Talking about Oldham will help Oldham Council understand what’s important to you and your neighbours. It will help it work out what the priorities should be for where you live and for our great town.