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  Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
Tameside residents with an email address can now apply for a High School place online.
Members of the Tameside Student Voice Group met the bidders for the £164m Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme.
The smokefree law came into effect at 06:00 on Sunday 1st July 2007 and all premises that are wholly or substantially enclosed and used as a place of work by more than one person are now covered by the legislation.
www.tameside.gov.uk   (335 words)

  Tameside - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Metropolitan Borough of Tameside is a metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester in the north west of England.
Tameside was created on April 1, 1974, by the Local Government Act 1972 as one of the ten metropolitan districts of Greater Manchester.
In 1986 Tameside effectively became a unitary authority with the abolition of the Greater Manchester County Council.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tameside   (493 words)

 Tameside in Greater Manchester
Tameside is, as its title suggests, named after the River Tame and the Tame Valley which diagonally cuts through the Metropolitan Borough.
Tameside is about eight miles across - with just under a quarter of a million people living in its 50 square miles.
Tameside featured on the road which the Romans built from Manchester to Leeds and a branch to the fort at Melandra ran through the northern part of Mossley, within the present Borough.
www.manchester2002-uk.com /towns/tameside1.html   (838 words)

The borough of Tameside, sandwiched between the Peak District and Manchester, gets it's name because it is situated upon the banks of the river Tame.
Tameside originated in the 1970's, when nine separate towns were joined together as a single borough.
Tameside does not cover a large area, and yet there are a variety of activities and opportunities available.
www.virtual-tameside.net /tameside.html   (627 words)

 PsychiatryNorthWest - Tameside General Hospital - Dr Cathy Shaw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Tameside itself is an urban and suburban district on the edge of Greater Manchester and the Peak District.
Tameside has gained recognition for its community care and rehabilitation of patients with severe and enduring mental illness.
Tameside provides regular mandatory training courses for breakaway techniques [C and R], which the SpR would be expected to undertake during their post.
www.psychiatrynorthwest.co.uk /general_adult_psychiatry/spr_posts/tameside-shaw/index.html   (1224 words)

 The Borough of Tameside (Electoral Changes) Order 2004
Tameside Borough Council shall make a print of the map marked "Map referred to in the Borough of Tameside (Electoral Changes) Order 2004" available for inspection at its offices by any member of the public at any reasonable time.
The Electoral Registration Officer[10] for the borough shall make such rearrangement of, or adaptation of, the register of local government electors as may be necessary for the purposes of, and in consequence of, this Order.
The changes have effect in relation to local government elections to be held on and after the ordinary day of election of councillors in 2004.
www.opsi.gov.uk /si/si2004/20040127.htm   (1569 words)

 Tameside and Glossop Acute Trust - Trust News
These included reasons relevant to the area and population of Tameside and Glossop, including its high and growing birth rate, the parts of its catchment area with high levels of deprivation and low levels of car ownership, its wide geographical area, and its large number of women from ethnic minorities requiring specialist assistance.
Tameside and Glossop had the greatest amount of active support in Greater Manchester in terms of people sending in forms to the Making It Better team backing their hospital.
Tameside and Glossop Acute Services NHS Trust is to hold its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 27th September 2006 at 6:00pm until 7:00pm.
www.tamesidehospital.nhs.uk /pages/PublicNews.asp   (3983 words)

 Tameside - Wikipedia
Tameside ist ein Verwaltungsbezirk mit dem Status eines Metropolitan Borough in der Grafschaft Greater Manchester in England, der nach dem Fluss Tame benannt ist.
Diese Gebietskörperschaften gehörten zuvor zu den Grafschaften Cheshire und Lancashire sowie zu einem kleinen Teil zu Yorkshire.
Tameside blieb für zeremonielle Zwecke Teil von Greater Manchester, wie auch für einzelne übergeordnete Aufgaben wie Polizei, Feuerwehr und öffentlicher Verkehr.
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tameside   (148 words)

 Tameside Strategic Partnership - Portal
They bring together a diverse set of partners from the public, private, voluntary and community sectors to agree key aims, objectives and priorities for their local area and people.
The Tameside Strategic Partnership (TSP) was one of the first to be established nationally, producing one of the first Community Strategies.
The TSP was recognised in 2003 by the Audit Commission as one of the strongest in the region.
www.tameside-strategic-partnership.org.uk   (265 words)

 ° ° °Tameside Sports Trust ° ° °
The Trust employees a Football Development Manager whose remit is to encourage greater involvement in grass roots football within Tameside.
A discount of 20% on course fees is available to children whose parents are holders of the Tameside Leisure Key 'A' Pass, issued to those claiming benefits.
Tameside Sports Trust have organised 2 courses for those interested in taking that first step.
www.tamesidesportstrust.com /football_development.htm   (520 words)

 Tameside and Ashton-under-Lyne
The borough of Tameside is made up of 9 towns and districts.
One has it that it meant "Dane Town", a reference to the original Nordic setters of the Tameside region, and another prefers "valley settlement" from "den" meaning valley and "ton" meaning town or settlement.
Since 1936, Mottram was part of the Urban District of Longendale, and became part of the Metropolitan Borough of Tameside after boundary changes and local government reorganisation in 1974.
www.manchester2002-uk.com /towns/tameside2.html   (2162 words)

 Volunteer Centre Tameside
The draft copy of Tameside's Compact Code of Practice on Volunteering is now available on this website for comment and consulation.
Our aim is to build a strong, vibrant base for volunteering in Tameside through developing volunteering opportunities, recruiting and placing volunteers and by supporting organisations that need volunteers to do their work.
In order to meet this very real need, Volunteer Centre Tameside has been asked by the Primary Care Trust to develop a Volunteer Car Scheme to ensure that appointments are met and patients receive the medical attention they desperately need.
www.tamesidevb.org.uk   (513 words)

 'Older Peoples' Website - Ashton Area
At Tameside Library it is possible to look at the library's Community Information database to find out which organisations are up and running for the activity of your choice.
Age Concern Tameside offer a Hospital Aftercare Service for residents of Tameside/Glossop, who are over 60 years of age and have been recently discharged from Tameside General Hospital.
Tameside and Glossop PCT has the PALS service which can act as an advocate and offer advice Patient Advice and Liason Service (PALS) website.
www.tameside-owl.org.uk /health.htm   (2096 words)

 Tameside Business :: Business Directory in Tameside Manchester UK
Tameside Business :: Business Directory in Tameside Manchester UK Home
Browse some new examples of websites on Tameside Business.
Towns in Tameside: Ashton-under-lyne Audenshaw Denton Droylsden Dukinfield Hyde Longdendale Mossley Stalybridge
www.tamesidebusiness.co.uk   (352 words)

 NACELL - Tameside NACELL Regional Support Group   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Tameside Regional Support Group holds regular sessions at different venues around Tameside.
Tameside Regional Consultative Group is a networking and discussion group hosted by Tameside Regional Support Group.
Thirty two teachers from Manchester, Oldham, Stockport and Tameside arrived at Marple Hall Language College ready to be inspired and enthused by Adalgisa and Gina with a focus on PMFL opportunities linked to cookery.
www.nacell.org.uk /regional/northwest/tameside.htm   (656 words)

 Tameside on the Internet
Tameside on the Internet has no connection with any goverment body or commercial concern.
We are no longer attempting to link to every single site with a Tameside connection, but are now concentrating on those that are interesting, informative, accessible and actively maintained.
If you try any of these links and they don't work, or you know of other sites which should be included here, then please email nhi@clara.net with as much detail as possible, after first reading our Links policy document.
www.nhi.clara.net /tameside.htm   (559 words)

 Tameside Websites
Click on the map and find out lots of information about the history of the towns within Tameside, including details of listed buildings and a couple of live webcams.
Tameside has recently launched their IMAGE ARCHIVES on-line, containing 12,000 photographs.
A relatively new and growing on-line database of burial details in Tameside Cemeteries.
members.aol.com /gayjoliver/TamesideLinks.htm   (635 words)

 Tameside Hockey Club - Homepage
Tameside Mens 1st XI 2-1 Blackpool 1 (H) - Tameside 1 moved into fourth in the league with a last gasp win over unbeaten Blackpool 1 with both goals coming from Stuart France
Tameside Mens 2nd XI 7-0 Bebbington 5 (A) - Tameside 2 remained unbeaten with a 7-0 thrashing of bottom of the league Bebbington 5 with goals coming from Steve Cross(2), John Williams(2), Zach Finn, Stewart Weir and Mr.
Tameside Mixed XI 2-2 Greater Manchester Phoenix 2 (A) - Tameside Mixed dropped their first points of the season after letting a two goal lead slip away after first half goals from Josh Scanlan and Andy Wareham.
www.geocities.com /tamesidehockey   (306 words)

 Tameside tourist information
The Borough of Tameside lies 7 miles due east of the City of Manchester.
Taking its name from the River Tame, which cuts diagonally through the borough, Tameside is bordered by the River Medlock to the north, the River Etherow to the south and the Pennines to the east.
At the foot of Brushes valley are pockets of woodland and ponds. Further up are four reservoirs and beyond is heather moorland. Carrbrook consists of old industrial sites that have returned to nature with wooded riversides, wetlands and another reservoir.
www.touruk.co.uk /manchester/tameside.htm   (836 words)

 Tameside Conservatives
Tameside Labour are a tired outfit with tired ideas.
It is easy to help make a difference, Tameside Conservatives rely on volunteers, and you can help in a variety ways, whether it is simply delivering a few leaflets, or becoming a member of the group and the Conservative Party.
Join the Tameside Tories and you could well be standing for council and winning, bringing the benefits of your opinions and hard work to Tameside.
www.tamesidetories.com /page.php?pid=3   (328 words)

 GMWDA - rubbish in tameside   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Tameside currently produce around 100,000 tonnes of rubbish each year.
77,000 households (82%), in Tameside are covered by the blue bin collection service where residents can recycle all old newspapers and magazines.
The green bin is for mixed glass and the red sack is used to collect food and drinks cans, plastic bottles and plastic film (e.g.
www.gmwda.gov.uk /rubbish-in-tameside.html   (772 words)

 Aimhigher: Tameside College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
A course database can be found on the Tameside College website.
Tameside College operates from its main campus on Beaufort Road and a number of centres (Denton Centre and Hyde Centre, Droylsden Centre and Hyde Clarendon).
Maps and directions can be found on the Tameside College website.
www.aimhigher.ac.uk /universities___colleges___fec/north_west/manchester___surrounding_areas/tameside_college.cfm?view=print&view=screen   (161 words)

Magic’s outstanding vocal and musical talents are augmented with the addition of Dave Chapman, a sensational keyboard player, who reproduces the complex orchestral sounds that is part of the ELO legend, making this concert a must for all lovers of great music and harmony.
Country music is more popular than ever and this show leads the way in performing the widest range of country music to the widest possible audience.
Billy is ready to entertain the adult audiences at Tameside Hippodrome as he uses his stronger, riskier material, not ideal to bring the kids along then!
www.manchestertheatres.com /tameside.htm   (2263 words)

 Tameside - online guide ¦ e-tameside
Tameside has something to suit everyone from the early morning to the wee small hours.
A section dedicated to the younger members of Tameside.
Here you will be able to link directly to Tameside school and college websites, find fun and educational online activities, categorised links to suit all stages.
www.e-tameside.co.uk   (450 words)

 Tameside College Ashton Under Lyne Gtr Manchester England UK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Tameside College is one of the top colleges in the country and a National Beacon College of Excellence, which provides students and local employers with access to some of the very best teaching and facilities in the UK.
Tameside College continues to show its dedication to local charities when it recently donated £500 to Willow Wood Hospice and £500 shared equally......
Mature students are helping to tackle a national shortage in midwives by studying access to higher education courses at Tameside College.
www.tameside.ac.uk   (219 words)

 Local Studies and Archives Centre
Material relating to the history of Tameside's nine towns is centralised at Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre.
Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre is your first stop for finding out about the history of Tameside.
Research your family history at Tameside Local Studies and Archives.
www.tameside.gov.uk /leisure/new/lh23.htm   (350 words)

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