Rugby Star Unveiled the Coat of Arms at Chadderton Wellbeing Centre

Chadderton born Chris Bridge, an international rugby player, did the honours of unveiling the coat of arms at Chadderton Wellbeing Centre.
The 26-year-old half-back, who plays for Warrington Wolves, revealed the new emblem which was commissioned by the Culture and Heritage Working Group of Chadderton District Partnership.

Town crier Reg Lord performed a pronouncement before the new wooden coat of arms, which has a sign next to it explaining its symbolism.

Councillor Jean Stretton, cabinet member for neighbourhoods, said for the Oldham Evening Chronicle: “It is a fantastic addition and we are delighted that Chris has taken time out to meet local people and take part in this ceremony.”

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