No Friday morning training, 25th January, 1st February, 8th February, due to Lancashire county Championships.
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Wednesday 23rd January due to Oldham Schools gala.
Junior and Regional groups to train 4pm-5:30pm.
National and County 4pm-5:30pm
Senior/ Masters group cancelled.
Wednesday 30th January due to Blue coats gala
National, County and junior sessions cancelled.
Senior/ Masters as normal
Please bring you Foodbank donations in by this Friday 18th January.
Please complete your 2019 membership as soon as possible. Here is the form please hand to your coach in a sealed envelope with correct payment.
Our committee have asked if we can help Oldham food bank with a collection from our members.
All we are asking is every swimmer bring in at least one item for the food bank
Urgently needed food items
- tinned fruit (400gms)
- tea bags (80’s)
- Tinned fish
- UHT milk (1 litre)
- Rice (500gms)
- Tinned Veg
- Pasta Sauce
- etc etc…….
Please give your donations to Mark
Cruel thieves broke into a foodbank set up to help people and families in desperate need. Incredibly they stole items of food alongside valuable cash and electrical devices. Tins of chocolates volunteers had been giving out to families over Christmas were taken, together with food parcels. Oldham Foodbank, which opened in 2012 and is based inside the Three Crowns Centre facing the former Oldham magistrates court in Oldham town centre, is part of a nationwide network of foodbanks supported by charity The Trussell Trust. Like all the others, it works to combat poverty and hunger and is staffed and run by volunteers.The foodbank revealed details of the theft on Twitter. Thieves stole iPads, cash and even items of food (Image: Manchester Evening News)
Four valuable iPads were taken alongside a hard-drive, PC tower, cash and the food.
Writing on Twitter the foodbank added: “Any donations to cover the cost to replace items would be gratefully received. We will not let it beat us, open tomorrow with smiles.” Oldham West and Royton MP Jim McMahon said the foodbank helps thousands of desperate people. Last year it distributed 7,435 three-day emergency food supplies across the town.
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