Milnrow & Newhey April 2017

StreetwiseMagazine

Milnrow & Newhey April 2017

We have been getting lots of feedback from local residents

to say how much they enjoy the regular articles written by

local historian Gary Heywood Everett. On pages 46 and 47

read another fascinating article all about Rochdale’s Old

Circus and The Hippodrome.

Councillors Andy Kelly and Neil Butterworth have also written

articles this month. Neil’s article about letterboxes out there

rings so true with the Streetwise delivery team – you

wouldn’t believe how many different types and positions of

letterboxes there are out there, its mind blowing. This

month, Andy talks about why he and Councillor Irene

Davidson voted against the controversial decision to raise

councillor’s allowances.

Finally, don’t forget to check out another great article from

Milnrow Library Walk and Talk group who have recently

celebrated their first anniversary.

Enjoy this issue, keep it handy and until next month…..

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2015

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David McHugh Roofing Services 35 & 62

G.L Roofline 40

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MJW Roofing 25

PW Contractors 31

SECURITY GRILLES

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SLIMMING CLUBS

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SOLICITORS

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TREE SURGEONS

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Tree Surgeons Ltd 35

TV REPAIRS

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VANS

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WEDDING - FORMAL WEAR FOR MEN

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Denis Hope 9

WEIGHT CONTROL

Caring Hands Hypnotherapy 63

Fresh Thinking Hypnotherapy 7

Slimming World 31

WILL WRITING SERVICES

Willmaster 62

WINDOWS, DOORS AND

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JLG Windows 67

Newhey Windows and Doors 1

Safeglaze Windows 6

WINDOW REPAIRS

Milnrow & Newhey

Double Glazing Repairs 21

WOODEN FLOORING

United Carpets Woodfloor & Beds 65

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Delivered to homes in Norden, Bamford, Oakenrod, Cutgate & Lower Birtle

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Something for Everyone

August / September 2016

2017 - Rochdale ‘Woman of The Year’ 42 & 43

What’s On 44 & 45

From The Archives –

Rochdale’s Old Circus and The Hippodrome 46 & 47

Excitement Mounting for

Milnrow & Newhey Carnival 2017 48 & 49

Police Update 50

Postman Neil – Neil Butterworth 51

Milnrow Library Health Walks 52 & 53

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Councillor’s Allowances –

why we voted no! – Andy Kelly 54 & 55

Milnrow & District Women’s

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2017 Rochdale

‘Woman of the Year’

You can now make a nomination for your choice for Rochdale’s ‘Woman of the Year’ for 2017,

the winner of which will be announced at the prestigious ‘Women of Rochdale’ Luncheon which

will take place in the Main Hall of Rochdale Town Hall on Friday 28th April.

The Luncheon, held annually for Springhill Hospice in celebration of the Women of Rochdale, also honours the lady who, initially

through public nominations and then by final analysis by the ‘Women of Rochdale’ Committee, is considered to have contributed

the most to the community of Rochdale.

Rachel Agnew

Guest Speaker at the event will be marketing

consultant, broadcaster, writer, voiceover artist,

speaker and Mum, Rachel Agnew. As a broadcaster,

Rachel loved her time as one of the Loose Women,

and has been a contributor on This Morning, Sky

News and BBC Breakfast. In addition, she is often

heard discussing many and varied topical issues on

The Jeremy Vine Show on BBC Radio 2.

Annie Moran, Events Co-ordinator at Springhill

Hospice said, “this event is the perfect excuse to get

dressed up in your glad rags, get together with friends

and enjoy an elegant afternoon all whilst raising money for Springhill Hospice. You’ll be treated to a fabulous Prosecco drinks

reception, a delicious 3 course meal as well as being able to indulge in some stunning products on our markets stalls.

Tickets for the ‘Women of Rochdale’ Luncheon are £37 per person, and can be purchased on the website at

www.springhill.org.uk/woman-of-rochdale. “This is one of our most popular events, so I would ask ladies to get in touch as soon

as possible.”

To make your nomination for this year’s ‘Woman of the Year’, please complete the form and return it to the address contained,

along with a cover letter outlining your reasons for choosing your nominee. The criteria for choosing your nominee are as follows:

She is an ‘unsung’ hero in the community

She must work or live in the Borough of Rochdale

She must be on the electoral roll

She has not already received a Royal award

In order for the Committee to consider nominations in detail, your cover letter should be of at least 200 words, but no more than

500 words, and the closing date for nominations to be received is Wednesday 29th March. You can also make your nomination

online by using the website above.

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Margaret Hopkinson

Last year the title of Rochdale ‘Woman of the Year’ was won by Margaret

Hopkinson. Margaret has been a champion of community involvement in

Milnrow for over 40 years. As well as co-founding the MADS Theatre group she is

president of the Milnrow Literary and Scientific Society, administrative secretary

of the Butterworth Hall Community Centre management committee and also a

member of the Rochdale Photographic Society.

Further details of the event can be obtained by contacting the

Fundraising Office on 01706 641790.

ROCHDALE WOMAN OF THE YEAR 2017

Nomination Form

Nominations can also be made by going to www.springhill.org.uk/woman-of-rochdale

My nomination for the Rochdale Woman of the Year is:

.................................................................................................................................................................................

Her address: ............................................................................................................................................................

....................................................................................................... Post Code: ........................................................

Your name: ..............................................................................................................................................................

Your address: ............................................................................................................................................................

....................................................................................................... Post Code: ........................................................

Your daytime tel. no: ................................................................................................................................................

Your email Email address: .........................................................................................................................................

Please send your nominations to:

Rochdale Woman of the Year 2017, Fundraising Office, Springhill Hospice, Broad Lane, Rochdale OL16 4PZ

Please also enclose a cover letter with your nomination of at least 200 words but no more than 500 words.

The closing date for nominations to be received is Wednesday 29th March 2017

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Local Area Forums:-

The date for the next Milnrow, Newhey & Firgrove Local Area Forum is yet to

be confirmed.

For dates of future meetings please contact your Local Townships and

Engagement Officer, Tracey Knight, for Pennines on 01706 922227, who will

be able to confirm dates and times of all future Local Area Forums.

If you have any issues or concerns please come along to air your views. You

can help to make a difference in your community.

Milnrow Juniors Football Club

Our very exciting FA Charter standard football club are now looking for new

girls to come and join our ever expanding and very popular Girls Football

Academy at The Soccer Village, Milnrow, Wild House Lane OL16 3HY every

Thursday from 6-7pm. Contact Daz on 07943 409 804 or

daz@milnrowjuniors.net for more information.

Visit our website www.milnrowjuniors.net for more information and for all

other enquiries about our fun filled football sessions for 6-12 year olds

including our excellent “First Kicks” and “Mini League” sessions for 4-6 year

olds, please email us at info@milnrowjuniors.net

Guided Walks & Tours

The Syke Walk and Talk Group meet every Monday at 1.00 pm and Friday

10.00am at Syke Methodist Chapel where there will be toilet facilities and

hot drinks and socialising after the walks. There are 2 levels on the walk on

Monday, a high quick walk and a slower one. There are also three levels on a

Friday. A high fast walk, an intermediate walk and a slower one if needed.

So there is something to suit everyone and all abilities.

The Milnrow Library Walk and Talk Group

The Milnrow Library Walk and Talk Group meet every Monday morning,

leaving out at 10.00am on walks around the local countryside. There are 2

levels of walks, a slower walk lasting 60 mins grade 2, or a longer walk

taking 90 mins grade 3.They are suitable for people wishing to increase their

activity level, meet socially and make new friends. The walks are free and

lead by volunteer walk leaders. After the walks the group returns to the

library for refreshments and a friendly chat. Please make sure you have

suitable outdoor walking shoes or boots.

Milnrow Library Events

Knit & Knatter

Every Monday from 2-4pm

Beginner Computer

Every Tuesday 10-12 noon (Numbers are limited for this session)

Family History

Every Tuesday from 2-4pm

The library subscribe to an ancestry website so you are welcome to bring

along the names of your ancestors and research them.

Sure Start Under 5's Story Time

Every Tuesday morning

Poetry Group

Every Thursday 11am-12 noon

Craft Group

Every Friday from 10-12 noon

Bring along any craft you are working on

NSPCC Fashion Show

The NSPCC are holding a fashion Show by Dennis Hope Womenswear,

Norden and Dennis Hope Rochdale. This will be held on 5th April at Rochdale

Town Hall, commencing at 7.00pm for 7.30pm.

Tickets are available from Dennis Hope or on the door, at a cost of

£7.50. Tea and coffee will be available and the bar will be open.

Springhill Hospice Events

Friday 28th April – The Women of Rochdale

Watch as the Woman of Rochdale 2017 is crowned and help her celebrate

with a three course meal

and fizz reception. From 11.30am, Rochdale Town Hall.

Sunday 30th April – Hospice To Hospice Walk

A fun and friendly 7¼ mile circular family walk from Springhill Hospice to Dr

Kershaw’s Hospice, Oldham and return. Starts from 10.30am at Springhill

Hospice.

8- 14th May – Make a Will Week

Local firms of solicitors are giving their services for Make a Will week and will

write your Will for free in return for a Hospice donation. Don’t miss this

opportunity to get your affairs in order.

For further details about any Springhill Hospice events, please contact the

fundraising department on 01706 641790 or by e-mail

lillie.winterbottom@nhs.net

The Milnrow District W.I

The Milnrow District W.I. meets every second Tuesday of the month at St

James’s Church, St James Street,Milnrow, OL16 3JS. Come along and join us

for an eventful evening featuring a diverse range of topics and activities.

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Next Meetings:-

11th April

A local florist will demonstrate how she makes her quirky floral

arrangements around wine bottles and other found objects.

9th May

A discussion ahead of the National Federations of Women’s Institutes AGM,

regarding the elected resolution.

Milnrow District WI host lots of interesting events and talks throughout the

year and host of number of clubs including the quiz, tipple, gourmet, craft,

curry club and many more.

New visitors and new members are always most welcome.

Please contact us by email – milnrowwi@gmail.com or on facebook:

milnrow and district W.I or twitter: @milnrow_wi.

Come and see what the WI does to Inspire women!

Rochdale Antiques Society

Rochdale Antique Society meets at St Vincent’s Community Centre,

Caldershaw Road, Rochdale OL12 7QL at 7.30pm

Contact: Ann Lord, Secretary, email: rochantiquesoc@hotmail.com

Telephone Number: 01706 844026 or 812242.

Membership is £25, Visitors £4 per visit.

First class expert speakers at every meeting September 2016 to May 2017

On 12th April Jeremy Lamond will speak about about ‘Travels in China:

Porcelain and works of art’. Jeremy Lamond is the Director of Halls

Auctioneers in Shrewsbury and appears on various BBC antiques

programmes.

Rochdale Antiques Society will also be hosting a coach trip to Stately

Home, Harewood House, near Leeds, on Thursday 18th May 2017. They

will be leaving from Bamford Chapel Car Park at 10am. The cost will be

£26 including coach and entry to fabulous House and Garden. Pre-paid

tickets only by phoning Sue Bryan on 01706 631 923 or at Rochdale

Antiques Society meetings on 12th April and 10th May.

Ellenroad Engine House

Steaming days

Steaming days are held the first Sunday of the Month from 11am – 4pm

(except January for boiler inspection). Entrance £5 for adults. Free entrance

for accompanied children.

Non Steaming Days

These are volunteer working days, for the restoration and maintenance of

exhibits. You are more than welcome to visit on non-steaming days when

the Engine House is manned. For non steaming days admission is free but

donations are welcome.

11am – 3pm Tuesday and Sundays

12am – 3pm – Saturdays (day before steaming)

Please do not hesitate to contact us on 07981 391 603 or visit our website

at http://www.ellenroad.org.uk for further information.

You can find us at Junction 21 of the M62, Elizabethan Way, Newhey,

OL16 4LE.

CANCER RESEARCH UK - Heywood and Rochdale Local Committee

FASHION SHOW BY DENIS HOPE - Friday 28th April, 7-7.30pm start

Bamford Chapel, Norden Road

Entry £6 with raffle and various stalls as well as tea, coffee and biscuits

Contact 01706 657171 for further details

Rochdale Ladies Lifeboat Guild Event- Wednesday 26th April

Rochdale Ladies Lifeboat Guild are celebrating 90 years. In honour of this

we are holding an afternoon tea at the Town Hall in Rochdale on

Wednesday 26th April 2017 from 2.30pm until 4 pm. A pianist will be

entertaining us and The Mayor and Mayoress will be in attendance. Tickets

priced at £10. All proceeds to go to the Lifeboat Guild to help them to

continue to save lives at sea.

Milnrow & Newhey Carnival and Summer Fete 2017

Excitement is mounting throughout the borough in anticipation of the

Milnrow & Newhey Carnival and Summer Fete set for Saturday 24th June

2017. The event is enjoyed by many people each year, who line the streets

to watch the parade and attend the summer fete afterwards at Milnrow

Memorial Park.

The parade starts at 1pm at Haugh Lane, Newhey. The parade proceeds

down Huddersfield Road, turns right towards Milnrow, up Newhey Road,

continues through Milnrow, turns left onto Station Road, past Holroyds and

then turns right onto Dale Street. It continues up through Milnrow and

terminates at Milnrow Memorial Park for a Summer Fete.

If anyone would like to enter the parade, have a stall at the park or would

like more information regarding the event, please contact the Carnival

Secretary on 07786850266 or email milnrowcarnival@yahoo.com.

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From the

archives

From the archives -

Rochdale’s Old Circus and

The Hippodrome

We have the Beatles to thank for fixing into the nation’s memory an old Rochdale theatre. The Sgt Pepper

LP records that ‘For the benefit of Mr. Kite, there will be a show tonight on trampoline,’ and that ‘The

Hendersons will all be there, late of Pablo Fanques Fair, what a scene!’ John Lennon saw these words on

an 1843 billboard promoting Rochdale’s Theatre Royal but it wasn’t the only Rochdale theatre at that time.

There were other 19th century venues in the town such as the London Music Hall on Drake Street, managed by W Jeffreye

and featuring greats like Dan Leno, or the Old Theatre at Waterside (near where the Town Hall is) working out of an old

Weslyan Chapel at which the great clown Grimaldi appeared on a stage lit by 4 tallow candles.

The Old Circus was, however, of specific note. Holding 2800 people it was a wooden building erected at Newgate behind

where the Post Office now stands, its shows advertised by billboards on horse-drawn carts. The architect was either

William Roberts or Messrs Edwards of Accrington, but a central figure in setting up his own circus on the site was Joe

Smith or ‘Ohmy,’ known sometimes as the ‘clog walloper,’ at other times as ‘Ohmy the Flyer.’ A horse circus operated

there in the early 1880’s after which an acrobat named Alvo erected a stage on which he ran his own shows. Alvo didn’t

last long though, as in 1886 Mr J Smith (the Lancashire steeplejack) along with Mr S L Lee (the licensee of the Kings

Head) and Mr Thomas Hargreaves (proprietor of the Empire Hall) bought the lease and re-set the stage at the Lord

Street end of the building, opening it up as their Circus of Varieties. Shows were twice nightly, admission prices being

Boxes and ‘Poets Corner’ 1/-, Promenade and Side Circle 6d and Gallery 3d (‘the Gods’). After 9.00pm admission was

half price which meant that there was often a disturbance due to a late rush to get in.

As well as entertainers such as

George Formby (senior and

junior), George Leybourne,

Little Tich, Charlie Chaplin and

Stan Laurel, early ‘flickers’

were shown such as Leslie’s

Animated Pictures or Pringles

Animated Photo Co featuring

‘North American’ and ‘War

in the Far East.’ Grace

Fields’ first stage

appearance was at the Old

Circus when she was 7

years old and she writes about the queues for the second

house being told by those coming out of the first ‘Don’t waste your brass seeing it !’

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On the demolition of the Old Circus in 1908 a site-lease was taken up Ralph Pringle, a Huddersfield showman who

then moved his interest to the Old Empire in the Town Hall square and ran it as his own Picture Palace, the Old Circus

lease being transferred to James Jackson. Hundreds attended the last performance in the old wooden building including

boys from Buckley Hall Orphanage, every one of whom was given an orange. Auld Lang Syne was sung on stage at the

end and toasts proposed by the manager, Mr Stafford Grafton, to the New Hippodrome.

And the new brick building went up quickly, the foundation stones being laid within days ! By November 1908 ‘The

Hipp’ as Rochdale people called it, seating 1800, opened with 32 staff including uniformed doormen and page boys.

In the early years, ladies sold orange and lemon drops and when the audience didn’t like what they saw on stage they

threw pennies at the performers. Acts to appear in the 1930’s included Will Hay in his role as the headmaster, Fred

Karno’s Company of Comedians, George Leyton, a 16-year old Sandy Powell, Rob Wilton, Albert Modley, Kitty McShane

(old Mother Riley) and Norman Evans.

However, the Jackson family struggled to keep the Hippodrome going financially so they diversified and in the late

1930’s opened it as a cinema as well as running live shows and pantomimes.

After the World War II, Rochdale Corporation took ownership of the Hippodrome and, with declining audience numbers

and competition coming from television, the place was eventually run as a Bingo Hall until its demolition in 1970 to

make way for the New Crown Buildings, a sad end to what had been a great Rochdale institution.

If you have any memories, stories or photographs of The Hippodrome or the Old Circus, I’d be delighted

to hear from you and add them to a growing Rochdale archive on the subject. Please contact Gary Heywood-

Everett at garyheywoodeverett@yahoo.co.uk or leave your memories at 07745 201263

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Excitement Mounting for Milnrow

& Newhey Carnival 2017

Excitement is mounting throughout the borough in anticipation of the Milnrow & Newhey Carnival and Summer

Fete set for Saturday 24th June 2017. The event is enjoyed by many people each year, who line the streets to

watch the parade and attend the summer fete afterwards at Milnrow Memorial Park.

The carnival committee aim to maintain tradition, contributing their time voluntarily to organise a village carnival, which is now

in its 49th year. The event brings together the local community with a procession from Newhey to Milnrow and is followed by a

fete with stalls and activities. We encourage Rochdale’s residents to participate, by promoting the event in the months preceding

each year’s summer carnival. Local groups can make their presence known and relationships are forged. Children and adults

alike dress in fancy-dress and a fun day is had by all. The event is promoted throughout the local press and online and projects a

positive image of Rochdale from within.

This year the committee are delighted to announce that Springhill Hospice will

be their sole chosen charity for 2017 and 2018. Paul Kettle, Chairman to the

carnival, commented "We are proud to raise valuable funds for such a fantastic

charity which touches the lives of so many in our local community".

The parade starts at 1pm at Haugh Lane, Newhey. The parade proceeds down Huddersfield Road, turns right towards

Milnrow, up Newhey Road, continues through Milnrow, turns left onto Station Road, past Holroyds and then turns right onto Dale

Street. It continues up through Milnrow and terminates at Milnrow Memorial Park for a Summer Fete.

Milnrow Brass Band will lead the parade, with the Mayor and Mayoress of Rochdale Cllr Ian Duckworth and Mrs Christine

Duckworth. Local schools are once again supporting the event along with pre-schools and many local groups with exciting new

entries from the MNBG (Milnrow & Newhey Bridleways Group) and Milnrow WI.

The committee once again welcomes to the parade COYOTE MCC which are a

motorcycle group that have supported the carnival for many years. Their

meetings are held in at The Old Cock Inn in Middleton and they are always

looking for new motorcycle members to join them. For more information

please look them up on https://www.facebook.com/CoyoteMcc/ for further

details.

For one parade entry this is a very a special year indeed. Milnrow Pre-School

Playgroup are celebrating their 50th year of being open anniversary they

would love for all people past and present to join them in the parade for the

carnival walk and then for their Tea Party in the Milnrow Memorial Park.

Milnrow Pre-School have taken part in Milnrow and Newhey Carnival for many

years, although they used to be called Milnrow Playgroup, they are still the

same dedicated people providing the same excellent service. Their theme this

year is Alice in Wonderland and once they arrive at Milnrow Memorial Park

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they will be selling hot and cold drinks with cakes and biscuits. Alongside the

refreshment stall there will be a tombola stall and a mystery jar stall. So, if

you ever attended Milnrow Pre-School or are a parent of a former or present

child, have ever worked there, or been a trustee please come along and

support their good cause and help them to celebrate 50 years of Milnrow Pre-

School Playgroup.

In addition to the above, the committee is welcomes Milnrow Juniors

Football Club which will be once again taking part in the parade and

will have a promotional stall including football competition activities

at the park. Milnrow Juniors is an FA Charter Standard Football Club based

at The Soccer Village in Milnrow. They formed in September 2014 and in

such a short space of time they now have 15 teams ranging from U7s-U12s

playing in local leagues. Their growth and success has allowed them to

expand further by forming a “First Kicks” academy for their exciting 4-6 year

olds and more recently have formed an all Girls Academy which will also soon

be forming teams. Their team of professional coaches ensure your child is

coached at the highest standard possible with all children designated into age

and ability specific groups so they can play and train at the right ability level

to maximise their development. At the heart of everything will always be one

very simple aim – to involve and engage children in football within a modern

environment that develops them as players, but more importantly as young

people. For more information, they are on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as

Milnrow Juniors and their website address is www.milnrowjuniors.net but if

you would like to get in touch, please drop them an email at

info@milnrowjuniors.net.

Entry is free to the park where there will be live music from Soul City

Sound, a funfair for all ages, paintball, face painting and a variety of

stalls and hot and cold food.

Last year we had a record number of entries in the parade and a thoroughly

enjoyable day was had by all. Despite the rain the sense of camaraderie and

goodwill in the village was evident as the local community came out to

support the day. This year's theme is 'Once upon a time....bring your stories to

life' and trophies will be awarded to the best groups or individuals.

If anyone would like to enter the parade, have a stall at the park or would like

more information regarding the event, please contact the Carnival Secretary on

07786850266 or email milnrowcarnival@yahoo.com.

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CRIME PREVENTION TIPS/ADVICE – MESSAGE FROM YOUR LOCAL POLICE FORCE

BOGUS OFFICIALS

Some criminals won’t go to the trouble of breaking into your home if they can

just knock and be invited in. They either distract the resident while they steal

items or trick the person into paying too much for a simple job.

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Always look to see who is at the door before you open it - if

you do not have glass in your front door, fitting a spy-hole

door viewer will help.

Install an outside light over your door to help you see any

callers.

Bogus callers come in many shapes and sizes. They could be

children, women, and men in all types of clothing - from

overalls to suits.

Consider signing up to a Nominated Neighbour scheme.

Arrange with a trusted neighbour or a member of your family

who lives nearby to be your “Nominated Neighbour”. They

will help confirm the identity of any person who calls at your

door and accompany them into your home while they speak

to you.

Officials from gas, electricity and water companies never need to come into

your home to test water pressure or repair a leak, even in an emergency. If for

some reason they do need access, they will always send you a letter to make

an appointment.

The genuine meter readers from want you to check their identity before letting

them in. Check their identity card. If in doubt ring up and confirm that the

caller is genuine.

Consider signing up to a password scheme - every time a meter reader calls

they have to give the password you have arranged. The scheme is free. More

advice can be found here:

United Utilities - 0845 746 2200

British Gas have a PDF guide to genuine callers -

0800 072 8625

npower have a PDF guide to genuine callers

- 0845 602 6363

AgeUK guide to Bogus Callers

UPDATE ON ISSUES AT DALE MILL

We have been having issues with youths

causing annoyance at Dale Mill. The youths

were gaining entry to the property which was

insecure and causing a general nuisance resulting

in a number of calls to the Police.

The mill has now been boarded

up and secured. Our PCSOs

have been giving additional

attention to this area and

we have not received any

further calls to Police

regarding this.

CRIME FIGURES FOR THE PAST MONTH

Good News

A traffic Op was conducted 9th March on Huddersfield Road resulting in a

number of people pulled over and spoken to regarding manner of driving.

Harbour lane Milnrow and Shaw Road Newhey was patrolled after a number

of complaints from local residents regarding parking, vehicles being left

parked all day close to the junction causing obstruction. The Vehicle

registrations were noted and owners have been informed via letter regarding

unacceptable and inconsiderate parking.

More Traffic Op’s are being planned for Milnrow and Newhey area.

In the past month there have been two cases of Domestic Burglary. There

have also been four cases of burglary other than dwelling.

There have recently been fifteen incidents of vehicle crime. This also includes

criminal damage to vehicles.

There have been two cases of theft from a vehicle, five cases of theft from a

vehicle and eight cases of criminal damage.

To help us identify those responsible for issues in your area please get in

touch.

Telephone Number INPT2 Rochdale East 0161 856 8549

Email: Rochdaleeast@gmp.police.uk

Main web page: www.gmp.police.uk

Follow us on Twitter at

https://twitter.com/GMPRochdaleEast

Follow us on Facebook at

https://www.facebook.com/GMPRochdaleEast

SURGERY DATES....

The date for the next Forum is yet to be confirmed.

Please check out the GMP website at www.gmp.police.uk for further updates

and details of future meetings.


Postman Neil…

As a deliverer of various Labour newsletters within the locality over a good few years I now feel

qualified to comment on the thorny (and sometimes painful! subject of... Letterboxes!)

Before beginning my journey serving you, the people of

Milnrow, Newhey and Ogden, I never gave the subject a

second thought, assuming that all letterboxes were created

equal, and that postmen and women had a great job, walking

round in the fresh air posting letters ever so easily through

letterboxes, how wrong I was!

Whilst out posting material through your doors I have come to

realise that it is essential to establish a rhythm, so that I can

cover as many homes as possible, and you wouldn’t believe

the rhythm breaking properties of the humble letterbox. I like

the times when a resident takes the material straight from the

door, opens it and engages me with an issue of concern, it

makes the job that much more satisfying!

Recently I had to giggle when I posted some material through

a letterbox in Newhey, only to see the leaflet drop straight into

a Sainsbury’s recycling bag! I realise that my leaflets may not

be kept as treasures, but straight into a recycling bag was

(almost) too much to bear!

Please let me have any stories you might have of these

fiendish door openings for me to share next month, you know

where I am!

The humble letterbox has many incarnations including the: -

1) Snap your fingers spring loaded

2) Double brush and spring loaded snap your fingers

3) Rabid dog activator

4) Sealed version – not willing to accept any mail!

5) US style small box (post and hope the rain doesn’t

get in….)

6) Vertical version placed either side of the door

Good luck and continued prosperity to all,

Councillor Neil Butterworth

Mobile: 07771 861196

E-mail: neil.butterwoth@rochdale.gov.uk

Councillor Neil Butterworth's Facebook Page

Add different positioning to these many types of letterbox…

1) High up so that persons of restricted growth cannot

post anything without a stepstool

2) Low down so that persons of my tender years and

build need to plant their face in the dirt before being

able to get anything through the thing!

3) Middle of the door, the sheer Nirvana of seeing a mid

door letterbox sends a thrill down my (usually) tiring

body, as posting through one of these is easy peasy!

My overall favourite however is the US style box located on

garden gates, it really saves on shoe leather and painkillers!

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MILNROW LIBRARY

HEALTH WALKS

Continuing with the fourth in our series of 90 minute walks starting from, and returning to, Milnrow Library. This

walk is one we did in February, when after days of heavy rain we preferred to avoid the mud and puddles on

countryside paths and kept, mainly, to paved footpaths along the Beal Valley.

The Route is simple to follow, just have suitable outdoor walking shoes or boots, and a coat to protect you depending upon the

weather. A hiking pole and a mobile phone are worth taking. OS sheet SO 81/91 or A - Z Newhey to Shaw covers the area of the

walk.

The Route

Leaving the Library turn left and proceed under the motorway bridge and left into

Milnrow Memorial Park. Take the high path beyond the Grade II listed War Memorial

with its statue of a World War I soldier with fixed bayonet

The Park offers many recreational facilities, play areas, Skateboard Park, bowling

green, Milnrow Giant Sculpture, landscaped

gardens and a network of footpaths and

woodland walks.

Take the path that extends through the trees

and follow the single width track, between

fields, that emerges at Lower Bradley. Go

down Church Street past the impressive

Grade II listed Newhey St Thomas Church

As the road bends there is a panoramic

view of the Beal Valley and Whitfield over to your right

Take the steps, right, down onto the A640 Huddersfield Road, go directly across

the road and proceed along Railway Street, over the Piethorne Brook footbridge,

emerging on Two Bridges Road.

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Turn right at this junction over the Metrolink Bridge and onto A663 Shaw Road where the

Piethorne Brook enters the River Beal. Turn left and follow Shaw Road up to the Milnrow/Shaw

boundary. Look out for the ancient B C boundary stones in the walls either side of the road.

These denote the boundary between Butterworth (the original parish now comprising Newhey

and Milnrow) and Crompton (now Shaw).

Continue along the A663 (now Milnrow Road) parallel with the River Beal over the wall on the

left. Here one often sees a Dipper hopping along the river, or an occasional heron.

Turn left over the river footbridge and cross the Metrolink line on the unmanned level crossing.

Take great care at this crossing; be alert, look and listen, as trams pass from both directions and

are very quiet, frequent and travel at fast speed!

Safely over the crossing brings you into the Old Jubilee Colliery heritage site; currently being

restored by a Volunteer Group as a Nature Reserve and a site of historical archaeological interest

It is worth spending time here to see the

conservation work that has enhanced what was a

derelict site, making it an attractive feature and

important wild life haven. There are pathways

through the deciduous woodland where bluebells

and wild garlic flower in spring. Peter, Marilyn and

any of the Volunteer Team are always happy to

explain the history and show visitors around the site.

Emerging from the Colliery adjacent to the Jubilee Pub (now closed) continue along the A663

Milnrow Road, cross over to the right and take the road bridge over the River Beal again and go

down Dunwood Park Court. This emerges on Railway Street,

turn right and go over the Metrolink footbridge and into

Dunwood Park.ere

Again spend time in Dunwood Park, there is much to see and

do; bowling green, tennis courts, children's play park, cafe and

picnic areas, as well as numerous paths through the woods.

Following the main path through the park, parallel with the Metrolink line and River Beal,

emerges at the Jubilee bends of the A663. Continue along this main road back into Newhey, past the bus terminus and

Huddersfield Road junction, and bear right at Newhey road past the Memorial Park and on to the Library, completing a 4 mile

walk.

The Walk and Talk Group meet at Milnrow Library for different 60 to 90 minute walks every Monday leaving the Library at 10am.

It is free, friendly and everyone is welcome.

Geoff Ogden MIlnrow Library Walk and Talk Group

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COUNCILLOR’S

ALLOWANCES -

WHY WE VOTED NO!

Most people in The Pennines will know about the controversial decision to raise Councillor's Allowances.

Councillor's wages have gone up by 34% (51% for the Leader). The decision was made in December and

ratified in March's Council Meeting. I am going to tell you why both I and Councillor Irene Davidson

voted against this. We went further. We have written and presented a letter refusing the rise to the

Council's Chief Executive Steve Rumbelow.

I am proud that the Liberal Democrats were the only political party to vote against this on the Council. I was equally disappointed

with Labour and the Conservatives. I wanted to use this column to tell you why and a little about my role as a councillor...

No one doubts that most councillors work

hard. I first got involved in politics 15

years ago. I was signed up to the Liberal

Democrats by none other than Keith Swift,

the singing mayor from Newhey.

I wanted to be involved to stand up for Milnrow and

Newhey. This area has been good to me and I

wanted to give something back. I never tried to get

on the Council for the money. The only money that

I am interested in is investment for our area. I

spend virtually every day making that happen.

Whether it's forcing the Council to finally sort our

flooding issues, organising defibrillators to save lives, investing in our parks or protecting our green spaces. No day as a

Councillor and community activist is ever the same.

Take for example the other day - there we were on a Sunday Morning planting more trees on our golf course. This was part of my

campaign to plant 10,000 across the Borough by the end of the year. Sometimes you just have to roll your sleeves up and get

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digging. Talking of rolling up my sleeves - our

clean up campaigns continue via our litter

picks. If you would like an area cleaning then

please let me know.

Whether it's reporting the numerous pot-holes

that blight our streets, fixing street lights, saving

our school crossing patrols or getting the park cleaned up after vandals tipped paint on it. I can visibly see improvements all the

time. BUT, being a councillor can be frustrating at times. Sometimes I wish the Council wouldn't treat people in places like

Milnrow, Newhey and Ogden as second class citizens. I'll give you just one example. Rochdale Council gave a free upgrade on

bins to large families in Milkstone and Deeplish. They didn't make the same offer to local people around here. That's until I

stepped in and hopefully this will be rolled out here. I get frustrated by Metrolink and the fact that despite hundreds of residents

objecting - transport bosses refused to reinstate the 182 day-time bus service.

Going back to expenses though - with Council

Tax set to go up by the maximum amount of

4.99%. It is plainly wrong to put Councillor's

pay up - especially when services are being

slashed to the poorest. Being a Councillor should

be a privilege. Not an opportunity to make

money.

I am proud to be your Councillor and both Irene

Davidson and myself are happy to be better value for money councillors. We put you first. To suggest an area that would benefit

from tree planting or to organise a community clean up then please email me at andy.kelly@rochdale.gov.uk

Councillor Andy Kelly

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3. Put the mayonnaise in a separate bowl.

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5. Place them onto the baking tray and bake for approximately 35mins. Turn halfway

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