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town (1991 pop. 31,540), Oldham metropolitan district, NW England, in the Greater Manchester metropolitan area. Cottons and electrical and aircraft equipment are manufactured in Chadderton.
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Moore's side have notched 17 goals in just four games so far this term, including a 9-2 victory at Chadderton in the FA Cup and a 3-0 win at West Didsbury & Chorlton in midweek.
Terry Jennings, vice chairman of Chadderton Park, said: "I could hear Paul shouting to Arron - passing him on a bit of advice.
However, it was in his role as a champion of veterans rights that I best knew Cliff Chadderton.
Still, Chadderton urged the agencies to take the threat seriously and step up monitoring of Chicago-area waters.
So when local people, many of whom have lived there since the birth of the estate, found out a piece of green space known as Chadderton Field was under threat from development, they decided to do something about it.
Properties at the new Farriers Park development overlooking the River Tees and homes at Suffolk Street, Dover Road, Douglas Walk and Chadderton Drive in Thornaby were involved.
Bashir, 36, of Chadderton, was jailed for nine years at Manchester Crown Court.
SOCCER: Rebel club FC United confirmed the first promotion of their short history by recording a 4-0 win over Chadderton at Gigg Lane.
When War Amps CEO Cliff Chadderton, an infantry officer gravely wounded in Normandy in WWII, made the shocking discovery that more than 50 classmates from his Winnipeg high school alone were killed while serving in Bomber Command, he knew the story had to be told.
A jury at the city's Crown Court yesterday heard that in August and September last year, Braxton sent three abusive letters from Blakenhurst Prison to Pc Stuart Chadderton.
The dog stars, from Chadderton, in Oldham, Greater Manchester, will spend three weeks being trained for their big part.