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 Trafford - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trafford is a metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester, England.
Trafford is also home to the Trafford Centre, northwest-Britain's largest indoor shopping complex, and the Imperial War Museum North, which faces Salford's Lowry Centre across the Manchester Ship Canal.
The grounds of Manchester United and Lancashire County Cricket Club are at Old Trafford.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Trafford   (245 words)

  
 Trafford marries Web to on-demand books
Trafford is "barely into six figures annually," said Batchelor, but in less than a year, it has moved to the break-even point, and he hopes to see revenues jump now that the software is for sale, the government contract has been secured and more publicity efforts are kicking in.
Trafford has published the works of dozens of individual authors, including books on tax reform, O.J. Simpson, Irish geneology, breast cancer and hockey fitness, as well as a sprinkling of first novels and poetry collections.
Trafford generates promotional material on the book for its Web site, creates a home page for the title (usually with excerpts) and sends the page to a score of Internet search sites.
www.seyboldreports.com /SRIP/subs/0110/IP011011.HTM   (1260 words)

  
 Old Trafford Manchester: History and pictures
Many claim the atmosphere at Old Trafford is not as good as it once was, ironically it is the legend of the Old Trafford atmosphere that has brought the tourists yet they are partly responsible for its decline.
Old Trafford was a venue for the 1966 World Cup and also held the 1970 FA Cup Final replay between Chelsea and Leeds.
The Old Trafford design master plan of the 1960's was now complete and the stadium was a perfect bowl, but with United more popular than ever the reduced 44,000 capacity was just too small.
www.manutdzone.com /oldtrafford/oldtrafford.htm   (1241 words)

  
 Penn-Trafford Star
Trafford may find itself with a newly improved Web site, and the best part is that it may be at no cost to the borough.
This year, Trafford sparked the interest of Amixa president Shane Rolin after he came across the borough’s Web site, which was created and is maintained by councilman Brett Lloyd.
And what Trafford currently does have at the moment is a site with a lengthy Internet address, a fair amount of information and few pictures.
www.gatewaynewspapers.com /penn-traffordstar/5229   (286 words)

  
 Trafford Park in Manchester
Trafford Park is some 1,183 acres, originally parkland with deer, and Trafford Hall as its centre.
Trafford Park has continued to grow throughout the years, and has offset many of the worst effects of depression on employment in Manchester.
Some of Trafford Park's earliest constructions were wooden grain silos built by the Hovis Flour Mill (now Rank Hovis McDougal) to receive the corn from America and Canada which would feed the population of Manchester.
www.manchester2002-uk.com /busness/trafford-park.html   (839 words)

  
 Destination Trafford
A totally different shopping experience is available at The Trafford Centre, with over three miles of shops ranged around granite and marble boulevards, 36 themed restaurants, a 20 screen cinema and Britain's first shopping based centre theme ride, the centre attracts in excess of 23 million visitors a year.
Trafford is a borough of contrasts, in the South you can watch deer roam free in the grounds of the National Trusts
Trafford/Altrincham Tourist Information Centre : contact us : back to top
www.visitmanchester.com /home_trafford   (404 words)

  
 The Borough of Trafford (Electoral Changes) Order 2004
Trafford Borough Council shall make a print of the map marked "Map referred to in the Borough of Trafford (Electoral Changes) Order 2004" available for inspection at its offices by any member of the public at any reasonable time.
[4] The metropolitan district of Trafford has the status of a borough.
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.
www.opsi.gov.uk /si/si2004/20040720.htm   (1565 words)

  
 Old Trafford Stadium
During a raid on nearby Trafford Park industrial estate, on the night of 11 March 1941, German bombs landed on the ground, virtually destroying the Main Stand, part of the terracing and badly scorching the pitch.
When Old Trafford was bult it was one of Britain's great stadiums, but by the outbreak of World War Two, because so little improvement had been made, it no longer stood out as one of the League's outstanding venues.
The new ground, to be called Old Trafford, was ready for use in 1910 and on 22 January that year, United played their final match at Clayton, beating Spurs 5-0.
www.fortunecity.com /olympia/wagner/321/estadiomu.htm   (1105 words)

  
 Stories for 21 September 2000 - This is Trafford
TRAFFORD Council is considering imposing new speed restrictions in Broadheath after two children were injured in separate incidents on the same road.
ONE of the leading fuel protesters at the Trafford Park depot has urged motorists not to panic - as long queues formed at petrol stations amid rumours of a return of the petrol blockades.
IT was business as usual for Trafford General Hospital during the recent fuel crisis - thanks to the help of a nearby petrol station.
archive.thisistrafford.co.uk /2000/09/21   (813 words)

  
 Newsline
Trafford's 20 year old left back Wes Ritchie has been voted the November NWCL Player of the Month.
Trafford FC& website can reveal that rumours of Franny and Graham Vaughan being released by the club are correct.
The final piece of the jigsaw is on Tuesday 21st February when Trafford travel to Squires Gate to complete a full fixture list, barring any postponements due to the weather.
www.news.traffordfc.co.uk   (789 words)

  
 Stories for 27 February 1997 - This is Trafford
TRAFFORD NHS Trust will be holding a board meeting in the boardroom of Trafford general hospital on Tuesday, March 4 at 5pm.
TRAFFORD went two points clear of Newcastle Town at the top of the North West Counties League on Saturday with a 4-0 win over Maine Road at Shawe View.
TRAFFORD Bulldogs U-15's rugby league team almost caused a shock in their last game of the season, running third placed Grappenhall Griffins close.
archive.thisistrafford.co.uk /1997/02/27   (2249 words)

  
 Building looms over Trafford - PittsburghLIVE.com
Most of Trafford Inn's early history remains a mystery, yet local folks all seem to know the building was important to the entire community.
Trafford's former police chief, Charlie Noel and his wife, Dorothy, have fond memories of the building.
As Trafford prepares for its centennial celebration, the most prominent building in town stands like a forgotten crown jewel against the skyline.
www.pittsburghlive.com /x/stargate/s_228582.html   (2053 words)

  
 Rowing in Manchester - Trafford Rowing Club
Trafford RC has been rowing on the Bridgewater Canal since around 1950 and is the only rowing club that is easily accessible from South Manchester.
Trafford success continues at first head race of the 2005 - 2006 season.
We're a Top 100 Rowing Site Click for Trafford weather report!
www.traffordrc.org   (196 words)

  
 Lake Trafford Home Page
Explore Lake Trafford and the Corkscrew Swamp, Headwaters of the Historic Everglades on the West Coast of Florida.
Trafford is regarded as a premiere fishing lake.
Lake Trafford is approximately 1500 acres of natural beauty.
www.laketrafford.com   (113 words)

  
 Trafford Publishing
Trafford's innovative approach combines print-on-demand manufacturing (so the author needn't pay in advance for thousands of pre-printed copies) with the efficiency of Internet publicity and retailing.
Trafford handles publishing's legal and administrative requirements, and helps with publicity.
After investigating the alternatives, you'll be even more impressed with how affordable, convenient and comprehensive Trafford on-demand publishing service really is. Click here to receive your FREE easy-to-read publishing guide and learn more about Trafford's services.
whittlewould.org /trafford.html   (367 words)

  
 Trafford Publishing--CEO, Bruce Batchelor
Trafford has unveiled a remarkable service breakthrough that promises to have comparable impact in the field of publishing full-color children's books.
Trafford has also been the subject of articles appearing in print (MacLean's; The Globe and Mail; Toronto Star; Business Examiner; BC Report; Print-on-Demand Magazine; Canadian Printer) and Bruce has been a guest on a countless radio talk shows.
Trafford is currently serving over 4,000 authors from over 70 countries - representing 5500 titles.
www.expertclick.com /ProfilePage/default.cfm?GroupID=6615&SearchCriteri...   (430 words)

  
 Trafford's RV
Trafford's RV Since 1990 Trafford's RV has been selling RV's in the western Maine town of Fryeburg.
Located just 10 minutes from N. Conway, New Hampshire, and 1 hour from Portland, Maine on Route 302, Trafford's RV is in the heart of New England camping country.
For your next trailer purchase, parts or accessories purchase or RV repair, give Trafford's RV a try.
www.traffordsrv.com   (120 words)

  
 Penn-Trafford Area Recreation Commission (PTARC): Home
Penn Township, Manor Borough, Penn Borough, Trafford Borough
Trafford Borough was awarded $27,500 in Small Communities funding from the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Community Conservation Partnerships Program to purchase and install new, safe, attractive playground equipment at the Trafford Terrace Park which was completed last year.
In 2005, $40,000 additional funding was awarded to rehabilitate the Trafford Woodlawn Park in 2006.
www.ptarc.org   (394 words)

  
 Friends of Old Trafford
Old Trafford was a rural area consisting mainly of farms and smallholdings and largely remained so up to the later half of the 1800's.
For most people the name Old Trafford conjures little more than a world class Football Stadium and Cricket Ground; but for those of us who live here it is far more, it is one of the most vibrant integrated multicultural areas in Greater Manchester.
Old Trafford derives its name from the de-Trafford family, who owned large estates in the area and had Trafford Hall as their family home.
myweb.tiscali.co.uk /pjk142/history.htm   (452 words)

  
 Trafford Portal - Freedom of Information
The Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust is very eager to receive complaints from people who believe we could have done things better so that we can make improvements.
The Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust will agree with its partners the information which it will provide about them before it is disclosed.
Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust is part of the NHS.
www.trafford.nhs.uk /FOI/TGH/tghp2.aspx   (1383 words)

  
 Manchester United - Old Trafford
Old Trafford is the largest ground in England.
At the roundabout turn right into Trafford Road (A5063), then at the bridge over Manchester Ship canal, keep in the right hand lane and turn right.
Next, follow this road round to Trafford Wharf Road, and then left onto Watersreach.
www.onemanutd.com /trafford.php   (399 words)

  
 Manchester United Official Web Site - Club & News - Old Trafford - Introduction - 12:59:38 PM
Located in the heart of the North Stand at Old Trafford, it is open seven days a week and ready to serve up a delicious selection of food to suit everyone's tastes.
Take a journey to the heart of United and spend the day with us at Old Trafford.
If you are visiting the Museum and Tour, want to celebrate a special occasion or you are just passing by, be sure to sample the great atmosphere in the Red Cafe...
www.manutd.com /oldtrafford/oldtrafford.sps?iType=475&icustompageid=809   (419 words)

  
 Trafford Portal
On 15th November, the Board of Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust formally received the Public Interest Report on the Trust's financial position, prepared by the Trust,s District Auditor.
The information within this site is brought to you by organisations providing NHS services to the people of Trafford including general practitioners, dentists, pharmacists, NHS trusts providing hospital and community health services accross the Trafford Health Community.
A look at how the NHS can better provide health services to the Trafford community.
www.trafford.nhs.uk   (225 words)

  
 Trafford Hall - Home of the National Tenants Resource Centre (NTRC)
Trafford Hall is the home of the National Tenants Resource Centre, a registered charity (1005555), offering training and support to people living and working in disadvantaged communities in the UK, to develop their skills, confidence and capacity to tackle problems and reverse poor conditions.
Trafford Hall - Home of the National Tenants Resource Centre (NTRC)
If you just want somewhere to meet or to celebrate an important event, we also offer commercial bookings to those looking for a friendly, reasonably priced and more vibrant alternative to the 'corporate hotel'.
www.traffordhall.com   (183 words)

  
 Trafford news sport & features from Messenger Newspapers
Trafford's two main hospitals are under threat as the Trafford NHS Trust attempts to balance its books.
The latest planning applications received by Trafford Borough Council plus information on how you can make, or complain about, an application.
Messenger series newspapers bring you the latest news and sport from around Trafford.
www.thisistrafford.co.uk   (379 words)

  
 Penn Trafford Soccer Club
Penn Trafford Soccer Club The purpose of Penn Trafford Soccer Club is to develop soccer in the Greater Penn Trafford area, and to instill in the youth of our community the ideals of sportsmanship, respect for authority, morality, and reverence through competitive soccer.
This organization is an affiliated branch of the Western Pennsylvania State Youth Soccer Association and the United States Soccer Federation.
eteamz.active.com /ptsc   (279 words)

  
 Trafford Waterside Art Centre
The Sharing programme invites Trafford schools to share their work in dance, drama, music, film/media and visual arts, over these two days.
Schools are invited to participate in a series of half day dance and music workshops and performances as part of Trafford's annual Black History Month, in conjunction with the Mighty Zulu Nation.
Rasa return to the Waterside to perform Pooja to round off the celebration.
www.watersideartscentre.co.uk /participate.asp   (223 words)

  
 Trafford Centre - Shopping National Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
The Trafford Centre is next to junctions 9 and 10 of the M60 Manchester Orbital Motorway, (formerly...
Trafford Centre - Shopping National Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
remember the day when the Trafford Centre - one of the largest shopping centres in Europe, opened.
www.dooyoo.co.uk /shopping-national/trafford-centre   (313 words)

  
 WFD - Trafford
Trafford FC Northern Premier League - Division 1
The WFO has no official affiliation with any football club or national football association.
www.worldfootball.org /club.php/country/ENG/club/1000005089   (39 words)

  
 The Internet Football Grounds Guide - Old Trafford, Manchester United Football Club
Old Trafford is the largest league ground in England; what has made it so special is having the stands envelop the corners, making the stadium completely enclosed.
As you probably know Old Trafford is billed as the 'Theatre Of Dreams' and is certainly one of the best grounds in the country.
The Club have announced that they have been given planning permission to increase the capacity of Old Trafford to around 76,000.
dspace.dial.pipex.com /town/park/yfh45/manu.htm   (2276 words)

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