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Please let ne know the name of the gothic spires church nrsr,Douglas street and Bury New rd; need baptismal records from 1959 and was told the church was torn down. Live overseas please help. Thks
Manchester Chat / Re: Watch out a scum bag ABOUT!
« Last post by St Chads Lad on 16:14:34, 29/05/19 »
Words fail me, an elderly woman outside her home isn't safe?
  I'll say it again, birch the scum, that's if they find him.
Manchester Chat / Re: Watch out a scum bag ABOUT!
« Last post by celeste on 15:46:32, 29/05/19 »

A man wrestled a woman in her 70s to the ground attempting to steal three gold bangles, he was foiled by a taxi driver, the thief escaped on a bicycle.

What sort of person targets an elderly female or male for that matter  >:(
Manchester Chat / Re: Homeless and Disabled
« Last post by celeste on 09:02:08, 29/05/19 »
No sense of urgency in helping the homeless, looking at this man he should be a priority

Manchester Chat / Homeless and Disabled
« Last post by celeste on 08:57:00, 29/05/19 »

Homeless and disabled: ‘I’m at my wits’ end’

The number of physically disabled people affected by homelessness in England increased by three quarters during an almost 10-year period, according to official statistics.

Now new government figures show thousands of vulnerable people are struggling amid a shortage of suitable accommodation – with many living on the streets.

The Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government says it's "providing councils with almost £1 billion over the next two years to adapt properties for disabled people."

The BBC 's disability news correspondent, Nikki Fox, has been to meet three homeless disabled people in Birmingham to hear their stories.

8h ago

Unite says talks were held over the weekend and a new package covering pay and conditions was "hammered out"
85 year old man saved his memories from the 1960s

Photographs of everyday life in 1960s and 1970s Salford have gone on display after the negatives were found in a carrier bag five decades on.

George Shepherd, 85, said he was "going to bin" his shots as he thought "they're not worth it".

But historian Tony Flynn said: "It's a social document."

Hundred of people have already visited the photo exhibition at Eccles Community Gallery, which runs until 1 June.

Mr Flynn said: "It captured Eccles at a time when it was vibrant, busy - there was full employment and people were enjoying themselves at the weekend."
I’ve always believed that if a section of workers in the same workplace  are given say a five percent rise , all the other workers should get it , it should be given right across the board
More than 200 workers are to strike for four days next month on Greater Manchester's Metrolink tram service.

The walkout by Unite members over pay increases looks set to cause chaos over the weekend of the city's sell-out Parklife music festival.

The workers, who include network controllers, staff that check tickets and engineering and business support, will strike from 21:00 BST on 7 June to 05:59 on 10 June.

Metrolink has been asked to comment.

Around 80,000 people are expected over the three-day festival in the city's Heaton Park, with many of them expected to travel by tram.

Unite claims Keolis Amey Metrolink Ltd, which runs the service on behalf of Transport for Greater Manchester, has offered pay rises of between 1% and 5% depending on which group a worker belongs to.
Whats on in Manchester / Focus Group In Manchester Earn £40 CASH!!
« Last post by laura4543 on 21:15:18, 22/05/19 »

We are looking for students in Manchester to take part in a 2 hour research group about money and budgeting. You will be paid £40 for your time.
 [/color][/font][/size]You will be paid £40 in cash for your time on Thursday 23rd May
 [/color][/font][/size]The study is being conducted by a large financial retailer
 [/color][/font][/size]Date: Thursday 23rd May 
 [/color][/font][/size]Time: 5pm - 7pm
 [/color][/font][/size]Location: Arndale Shopping Centre Manchester
 [/color][/font][/size]**APPLY NOW**

 [/color][/font][/size]If you would like to take part in this study please reply with your answers to the questions below. [/color]
 [/color][/font][/size] Please note we are unable to accept applications/enquiries via phone. 
 [/color][/font][/size] a)   What is your contact telephone number?
 [/color][/font][/size]b)   How old are you?
 [/color][/font][/size]c)   What is your occupation?
 [/color][/font][/size]d)   Do you have:
 [/color][/font][/size]       I) A Credit Card - how did you apply - online, in a branch...
 [/color][/font][/size]       2) A Current Account
 [/color][/font][/size]e)    Have you ever had a request for credit denied?
 [/color][/font][/size]We look forward to hearing from you.

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