Heywood, England Newswire

Heywood, England Newswire

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  1. Star school pupil tipped for Oxford found hanged weeks before getting GCSE resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Daily Star

    Described as intelligent and popular, Thomas Gallagher, 16, was expecting to bag top GCSE results when his body was found in a park near his home. A series of messages he sent to friends in the hours before his death on Facebook messenger were later discovered and read out to an inquest into his death held in Heywood, Gtr Manchester.

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  2. Teenage grammar school pupil tipped to study at Oxford sent five...Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Teenage grammar school pupil tipped to study at Oxford sent five friends 'thank you' messages before he was found hanged in a park, inquest told A teenage grammar school pupil tipped to study at Oxford sent five friends 'thank you' messages before he was found hanged in a park, an inquest has heard. Thomas Gallagher, 16, was expecting to get top GCSE results and was described by teachers as intelligent and popular, when his body was found in a park near his home.

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  3. Bright teen destined for Oxford sent friends 'thank you'...Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    Thomas Gallagher's mood was "up and down" and had recently posted social media update saying it was "going to be a great summer" A bright teenager destined to study at Oxford sent five friends 'thank you' messages before he was found hanged in a park, an inquest heard. Thomas Gallagher's body was discovered by a member of the public in Old Kays Park in Bury, Greater Manchester, shortly after 8am on July 11 last year.

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  4. Dropped catches cost Prestwich dearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Prestwichandwhitefieldguide.co.uk

    WINNING knock from Denton West pro Semila Seyibokwe proved to be the difference as Greater Manchester League Premier Division leaders Prestwich fell to only their second defeat of the season. But while Prestwich captain Andy Bradley knows the title race is still in their hands, he admits he left Tameside wondering what could have been.

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  5. Betrayal beyond belief: This top officer was targeted by double cop ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | Daily Mail

    Betrayal beyond belief: This top officer was targeted by double cop killer Dale Cregan. His force's response? To sell his home to a family - but NOT tell them of threat A police force bought a senior officer's house because he had been targeted by notorious killer Dale Cregan - then cynically sold it to a young couple without warning them of the danger, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

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  6. Flying Scotsman set for a return to East Lancashire RailwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Lancashire Telegraph

    THE world-famous Flying Scotsman is set to return to the East Lancashire Railway later in the year - this time in its traditional colours. Train buffs will now get to see the classic locomotive thunder by in its British Rail green - thanks to the efforts of a specialist East Lancashire company.

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  7. Parade glory for college's top studentsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Oldham Chronicle

    OLDHAM students passed out with pride at a special Hopwood Hall College ceremony. Gemma Knight, Mary Akram and Billy Barnes, all 18 and from Oldham, took part in the Uniformed Public Services event to mark the end of the academic year.

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  8. 6 face trial following death of delivery driverRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 2 | York Press

    James Ray, from Easingwold, was seriously injured in an attack in Ashton-under-Lyme, Manchester, on November 12 last year and died in hospital the next day, his 70th birthday. Mr Ray, a former landlord of the Spotted Ox in Tockwith, near York, had driven a delivery van to the Plantation Industrial Estate where he suffered serious head injuries in an attack.

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  9. Prestwich pro Martyn Walters hit an unbeaten 112 against Heywood in the First XI CupRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | Prestwichandwhitefieldguide.co.uk

    PRESTWICH captain Andy Bradley has called on the Greater Manchester Cricket League to factor reserve days into next season's fixture schedule after they were knocked out of the First XI Cup on a bowl off. Club professional Martyn Walters hit an unbeaten century to help Prestwich post a total of 203-8 before the rain came and hosts Heywood were unable to bat.

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  10. Lancashire girl band hoping to top charts with debut single in memory of Sophie LancasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | Lancaster and MoreCambe Citizen

    SEEING STARS: Girl group FairPlay, from left, Emily Bamford, Nadia Lisowski and Olivia Turner, are releasing their first single next week A ROSSENDALE high school girl band are hoping to top the charts when their debut single is released next month. Alder Grange pupils Emily Bamford, Nadia Lisowski and Olivia Turner, who make up band FairPlay are set to release their single Seeing Stars on Friday, July 8. The single, which is now available to for pre-order on iTunes, has been written in memory of Rossendale teenager Sophie Lancaster who was killed in an attack in Bacup in 2007.

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  11. Peter Lockley Named President of INX EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | Ink World

    ... Europe and chairman of Beverage Can Makers Europe. Lockley will direct efforts from the INX UK facility in Heywood, England and report to Rick Clendenning, the president and CEO of INX International Ink Co., who will maintain contact with overseas ...

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  12. in Pictures: Armed Forces Day in HyndburnRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | This Is Lancashire

    ONE of East Lancashire's most popular military gatherings attracted thousands - in a poignant year for First World War commemorations. Several activities were arranged for Hyndburn's Armed Forces Day, as the borough gears up to commemorate the centenary of the start of the Battle of the Somme and the Accrington Pals' horrendous sacrifice.

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  13. Where does the A1 Gateshead sinkhole rank in the UK's top road craters?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 26 | Chronicle Live

    The hole appeared on the northbound carriageway between the junctions for Coal House and Lobley Hill , bringing traffic to a standstill for miles. But the chasm isn't the only sinkhole that has caused chaos in the UK.

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  14. Daughter demands 'hell hole' care home at centre of abuse...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2016 | Mirror.co.uk

    After her 84-year-old mum died, Sandra Grochowina said she could not "keep quiet any longer" about Ashbourne House Nursing Home The heartbroken daughter of an elderly woman who she claims was 'neglected' at an under-fire care home has urged authorities to shut down the 'hell hole' following her death. Ashbourne House Nursing Home in Middleton, Rochdale, has been hit with a string of abuse allegations, the Manchester Evening News reports.

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  15. In the dock: 16 people who have appeared in court in BuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2016 | Bury Times

    A SPEEDING motorist has been given three penalty points and ordered to pay A 327 in fines and court costs. Afzal Hayat, aged 45 of Bolton Road, Bury, drove a Volkswagen car on the M60 near Stockport at 60mph in a 50mph zone on November 17 last year.

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  16. Ryan Senior hit 66 then took eight wickets in Greenmount's win against HeywoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | Bury Times

    SUPERB bowling displays from Walshaw 's Kendrick Hatton and Greenmount's Ryan Senior, who took 17 wickets between them, stood out at the weekend. But it was Unsworth's all-round team performance that could prove to be the most significant as they notched up their first win in the Greater Manchester League Premier Division.

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  17. Volunteer groups receive Queen's awardRead the original story

    Jun 8, 2016 | This Is Lancashire

    The team, which works to restore, preserve and operate the railway, was given the Queen's Award for voluntary service - the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK. The 12-mile long heritage railway runs from Heywood in the east to Rawtenstall in the north, passing through Bury, Summerseat , Ramsbottom and Irwell Vale.

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  18. Embarrassment of riches for league leaders Prestwich as Raza returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Bury Times

    PRESTWICH captain Andy Bradley admits he has a welcome selection headache to ponder following the return to the fold of prolific batsman Ali Raza. The middle-order batsman scored more than 800 runs last season in his first year at the club but was unavailable for the start of this campaign due to work commitments.

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  19. Winner Dean changes pub name to 'lucky'Read the original story

    May 27, 2016 | Oldham Chronicle

    FORGET choosing a special date such as a loved one's birthday or an anniversary, it seems that all you need to win the lottery is living in the right postcode. Lottery players might be excited to learn that the OL postcode is the 12th luckiest in the country - with 11 millionaires created in the last two years.

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  20. 'Where's Wally' model Charlene Whalley who taunted police on Facebook is convictedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | Daily Mail

    A model who taunted police with a fancy dress Facebook picture after they issued a 'wanted' appeal has been convicted of stealing A 50 from a shopper. Police posted a picture of Charlene Whalley, 24, on their Facebook page urging people to help trace her regarding a theft from a Tesco supermarket in Heywood, Greater Manchester.

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