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Oldham town centre is home to a number of high quality educational facilities including
University Campus Oldham, Oldham College, Oldham Sixth Form College and the
Regional Science Centre Oldham.
As a result there are around 10,000 full and part-time students in Oldham
Oldham College is undergoing a major campus transformation, and will soon become the home of a new University Technical College.
Oldham offers a fantastic quality of life, centred on its strong cultural heritage, leisure
and independent retail offers.
Oldham town centre is already home to many historic buildings, such as the beautiful Parish Church and Grade II listed Old Town Hall,offers high quality cultural attractions such as Gallery Oldham and Oldham Coliseum.
The cultural and leisure facilities in Oldham town centre will be improved further with the arrival of a new multiplex cinema and restaurant complex, a leisure centre, and a theatre and heritage centre.
Residents living in Oldham town centre can enjoy a wider variety of shopping experiences on their doorstep, from high street chains in the Spindles Town Square shopping Centre, to independent shops and a range of traditional and specialist markets.
Town centre living also offers good links to Manchester City Centre via the Metrolink and easy access to award winning greenspaces – from town centre parks to the Peak District National Park
Household sizes in the borough are generally in line with the national average, but with slightly more single person households (17.9% of Oldham’s population, against 15.5% nationally).
A safe environment
There has been a continuous downward trend in the level of crime in Oldham town
centre, with reductions of up to 22% since 2010.
Oldham borough’s crime rate is lower than the average for the Greater Manchester area
Oldham has amongst the lowest rates in Greater Manchester for theft from the person and vehicle crime.
New housing developments in the town centre, and investment in public spaces and streets, are improving the appearance of the town centre and helping encourage natural surveillance, which will help reduce fear of crime.
I hope this letter gives you a good overview of Oldham. Should you have any further questions please contact me on 0161 770 5164 or firstname.lastname@example.org.