Muse partner with Oldham Council to provide local children with an Easter treat

27.03.24 2 min read by Charlotte Kennedy

In partnership with Oldham Council, we have launched a community initiative which will give around 500 children living in temporary accommodation a free Easter egg this year. 

Community is at the heart of our placemaking partnership with Oldham Council and this initiative follows us becoming a patron of Oldham’s Mahdlo Youth Zone charity, who provide support to Oldham’s young people and their families.

Emma met with Councillor Arooj Shah on 18 March (pictured).

Speaking on the news, Emma Payne, Project Manager, said:

We are delighted to be supporting the Council’s Easter egg initiative to bring a smile to the young people of Oldham this Easter. We look forward to supporting the Council with even more initiatives as our partnership grows and develops. ”

Councillor Arooj Shah, Leader of Oldham Council, added:

“We know the cost of living is hitting everyone hard in their pockets especially for families living in temporary accommodation.

“It’s why we’ve worked with one of our partners to give a little Easter cheer to around 500 children who haven’t got a permanent roof over their heads.

“We often talk about Oldham being one family and this Easter gift shows we mean it. I’d like give huge thanks to Muse for supporting our campaign to help the less fortunate children in the borough.”

This collaboration is part of our wider work with Oldham Council who we have partnered with to create a new neighbourhood in the town centre, complete with up to 2,000 new mixed-tenure homes. The vision for the town centre is to deliver new homes in a safer and healthier environment and focusses on sustainability, community and quality.

More information about the project will be announced later this year.

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