Keep up to date with the latest news from the Tameside area. Here you’ll find news stories from clubs, groups and Active Tameside.
Get ready for the 2020 cricket season with U11’s – U15’s Hard Ball Indoor Cricket Training
5th Feb – 8th Apr on 10 consecutive Wednesdays, from 6.30pm – 8.00pm.
Werneth High School, Woodley, SK6 3BX.
£5 per session or £8 for two siblings.
£45 for 10 sessions or £75 for 10 sessions for two siblings.
Contact Paul Marrow, email: email@example.com or Mark Barnard, tel: 07795 847 800.
#MADEINMANCHESTER MIUSIC FESTIVAL RETURNS TO DUKINFIELD ‘BIGGER & BETTER’ THIS MAY BANK HOLIDAY! ???
THE BEST MANCHESTER TRIBUTES WITH THE BEST LOCAL BANDS & DJs!
⭐️RATED 5 STAR BY FESTIVAL GOERS
⭐️SHORTLISTED FOR ‘BEST SMALL FESTIVAL’ AT THE UK FESTIVAL AWARDS 2019
➡️ LINE UP ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON
HOSTED BY ? DJ DAVE SWEETMORE, WHO WILL BE PLAYING EVEN MORE MANCHESTER CLASSICS, INDIE ANTHEMS & DANCE FLOOR FILLERS!
? OUTDOOR FESTIVAL BARS
? GIN BAR WITH OVER 90 GINS
? FOODIE VILLAGE
✨ FESTIVAL HAIR & GLITTER
? RIDES, ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL AGES
This family-friendly festival is supporting grassroots sport at Dukinfield Town & Youth FC and is being held on their youth & 2nd/3rd team pitches next to Astley Sports Village on Yew Tree Lane.
This is an advanced ticket only event and NO tickets will be available on the gate.
New ‘Daily Mile Destinations’ launches across Manchester
Travel the world with Daily Mile Destinations, a new cross-curriculum programme which has launched across Greater Manchester. The aim is to inspire schools to walk, jog or run for 15 minutes a day, travelling to various destinations around the world and learning about them as they go. Find out more and sign up your school here.
2020, the year of the Active Workplace
At the time of year we make resolutions to improve our own health, the start of a new year also gives us the chance to improve our workplace health and wellbeing too. Sign up to the Active Workplace Toolkit to start your journey here.
This Girl Can campaign returns
This ground-breaking campaign returned this week with the aim of inspiring women and girls across the country to move more. Following the launch of an open data-driven activity finder women are able to find local opportunities to move more. Find out more and watch the new advert here.
Greater Manchester Walking second stage of grants launched
Funded by GM Moving, with money from Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership, grants between £1,000 and £5,000 are being offered to support activities that encourage people who are usually less active to start or increase the amount they walk regularly. Find out more here.
Satellite club funding
We are offering the opportunity for young people aged 11-19 to apply for funding to inspire their peers to get moving. The deadline for applications is 24th January. Find out how to apply here.
National Walking Summit – is walking the miracle cure to our public health crisis?
The Living Streets’ National Summit is coming to Greater Manchester on Friday 6th March. Join experts from GM and beyond as the link between making our streets better for walking and improved public health is discussed. Find out more and book on here.
Connecting sport and physical activity in Bolton
We’re working with Bolton CVS and Bolton Council to bring together local clubs, organisations and partners who are helping Bolton move more to support them in reaching more inactive people. Find out more and sign up for free here.