Manchester architect Leach Rhodes Walker is redeveloping of Oldham Town Centre including Tommyfield Market, the Civic Centre, Oldham Police Station, the former Oldham Sports Centre and Oldham Magistrates Court and Oldham Coliseum Theatre,
This includes a new market on the old Tommyfield Market site and a 600-capacity car park, a new civic hub to host a multi-agency public sector centre and commercial office space, as well as a new hotel and homes.
Oldham Covid Assessment Hub Access Details
Due to the pandemic emergency, the walk-in centre based at the Integrated Care Centre (ICC) on New Radcliffe Street is now closed until further notice to protect patients, staff and public. The ICC will now house a new COVID Assessment Hub, which is open 24/7 and will care for patients with potential COVID-19 symptoms from across the borough.
Access to the service is via your GP or after contacting NHS 111. In the first instance, patients should seek advice online via www.111.nhs.uk, or by calling NHS 111 or their GP practice.
Oldham Council Cabinet meeting online
Latics came away with a valuable point thanks to two goals from Zac Dearnley at
Orient opened the scoring following a corner when the ball rebounded off the past Oldham keeper Gary Woods.
However Latics equalised within 90 seconds in a move involving Carl Piergianni who drove the ball forward from a corner for Dearnley to put into the net.
Dearnley then made it two in three minutes again driving home from close range.
Orient got back on level terms on 54 minutes through Connor Wilkinson.
Latics were unlucky not to take all three points when Lawrence Vigouroux palmed away a goal-bound header from Danny Rowe in added time.The game ended in a 2 - 2 draw.
Oldham boss Dino Maamria was frustrated at players sent off for reckless as Latics lose 6-1
away at Mansfield Town.
Tomas Egert and Filipe Morais were both sent off in the 37th minute with Oldham 2- 0 down.
After the double sending off, an error by Mansfield goalkeeper Conrad Logan allowed nine men Latics a goal after 43 minutes.
However shortly afterwards Mansfield striker Maynard raced away onto through-ball in and rounded the Latics keeper to complete his hat-trick on the stroke of half-time.
After the. break Mansfield took advantage of their superior numbers and extended their lead with goals from an Oldham own goal and through striker Dapo Afolayan tomake it 5 -1. Later in the game Oldham's nightmare continued as substitute Dylan Fage was carried off on a stretcher, then Mansfield substitute Jimmy Knowles scored through a penalty making it 6- 1 after Hamer had brought down Afolayan with minutes to go.