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Oldham

From Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia written in simple English for easy reading.

Oldham is a town in the North West of England. It is to the north-east of Manchester. It is part of Greater Manchester. Oldham was part of Lancashire until the 1970s.

Oldham is known for racial fights that happened in May 2001. It is the centre of the Borough of Oldham.

The town has an association football team, called Oldham Athletic. It also has a cricket club, called Oldham Cricket Club.

The composer, William Walton was born in Oldham.

The first test tube baby, Louise Joy Brown, was born in Oldham General Hospital on 25 July 1978.

[edit] Schools

  • The Blue Coat School
  • Crompton House
  • Hulme Grammar School
  • Saddleworth School

[edit] External links