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Manchester Hydroponics LTD
Reliance Street Newton Heath
Manchester , Manchester M40 3AG
United Kingdom

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Service 396 - ASHTON - FITTON ..., 7 Aug 2014 [cached]
Service 396 - ASHTON - FITTON HILL - NEWTON HEATH [Monday to Saturday Daytime] (Starting 8th April 2013) MCT View My Other Posts
History of Manchester United, 14 May 2014 [cached]
Although Newton Heath were not good enough to join the Football League, they were quickly outpacing their local competition. Newton Heath spent the first ten months of 1888 unbeaten at their home ground. However, the idea of inter-town football had caught on, and in 1889, a group of twelve clubs, Newton Heath among then, formed the Football Alliance. They finished eighth.
The next year, Newton Heath began to sever their railway ties, dropping "LYR" from their official name. However, strong connections remained intact; although they no longer were sponsored by the company, most of their players were still LYR employees.
1892 proved to be a successful season for the "Heathens", as they finished second to Nottingham Forest, after losing only three times all season. That same year, the Football League enlarged and, with the merger of the Alliance, divided into two divisions. Newton Heath and Nottingham Forest were invited to join the First Division. They finished last and needed a win against Small Heath in the test match against the Second Division champions to preserve their First Division status.
In 1893, the team moved to a new ground in Bank Street, Clayton, next to a chemical plant. It was said that when Newton Heath were losing, the plant would belch out acrid fumes in a bid to affect the visiting team. The 1893-94 campaign, however, was no better, and they once again were in the relegation playoff against Liverpool. This time Newton Heath were defeated 2-0 and gained the dubious honour of being the first team to be relegated to the Second Division.
On April 28th 1902, Newton Heath was replaced by Manchester United Football Club, and John Henry Davies became the club president.
New Homes in Greater manchester - Gleeson Homes, 29 May 2014 [cached]
Gleeson Homes welcomed The Deputy Lord Mayor of Manchester, Councillor Naeem ul Hassan to their Culcheth Croft development in Newton Heath, Manchester to officially open the show home area....
Manchester United has formed ..., 1 July 2012 [cached]
Manchester United has formed in 1878 by Newton Heath the L& rial Football club, a work on the railway's one side, participated in 1892 the English soccer league tournament.
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Gerry Diamond campaigner for MILES PLATTING, NEWTON HEATH, COLLYHURST & CLAYTON BRIDGE, Central Manchester
The ambitious regeneration scheme is aimed at increasing the population of the Collyhurst area - which takes in parts of Cheetham, Harpurhey and Miles Platting and Newton Heath wards - by creating development opportunities for homes for sale alongside new and refurbished council homes.
Liberal Democrat Campaigner Gerry Diamond said: " Lib Dems are determined to have dialogue with the government as soon as possible with a view to securing this investment which has the potential to secure jobs and training for local people and to transform the area for the better."
Councillor Damien O'Connor said:'I will be writing to the Lib Dem Minister with responsibility for local government housing issues in the North West to make representations on behalf of local Collyhurst residents too.'
Lib Dems Welcome Chief Constable to Newton Heath May 31st, 2010 by gerrydiamond
Lib Dem Campaigner Gerry Diamond welcomed the completion of an important phase of new Newton Heath Police station.
Police leaders and partners gathered on the rooftop of the new building at Central Park in Newton Heath to watch the Chief Constable Peter Fahy and Vice Chair of Greater Manchester Police Authority (GMPA) Gloria Oates secure a golden bolt and sign the final piece of steel.
As part of the policing pledge we will listen to your concerns and work towards making the Ancoats, Clayton, Miles Platting and Newton Heath a safer place to live and work in.
However, given the limited resources a small party like the Liberal Democrats has in Miles Platting and Newton Heath against the big town hall party machinery and trade union big bucks donations to the Labour campaign. I think to come second as a first time candidate in the ward and to raise our core vote by another 10% has been a tremendous start to build upon what has been achieved so far.
Again, we will keep the faith and continue campaigning.
Jobs, Jobs, Jobs for Newton Heath!
Fine Lady Bakeries have decided to open a large scale bakery at the Ten Acre Lane Site in Newton Heath. After a top level meeting with New East Manchester Regeneration Team.
The bakery human resources team have chosen Newton Heath due to its proximity to a plentiful supply of potential employees, good transport links and development incentives from NEM Regen."
(1) Repairing Most of the Pot Holes in Miles Platting and Newton Heath.
I call on leaders of faith communities in Miles Platting and Newton Heath , to affirm the values of unity, tolerance and mutual respect, which have always helped people from different backgrounds to live together.
However, at grass roots level we can take nothing for granted in Miles Platting and Newton Heath.
Cynical Labour councillors in Newton Heath conspired to get residents of Newton Heath falsely enraged over plans to close a doctors' surgery at the Old Church Street health centre and shift it three quarters of a mile away to Miles Platting.
There are a lot of disappointed parents in Miles Platting and Newton Heath who applied to the new East Manchester Academy.
Likewise, the main concern that people tell me about in Miles Platting and Newton Heath is crime and anti-social behaviour. Increased police funding, and the strong commitment to effective community sentences from the manifesto, will help address these problems and make Miles Platting and Newton Heath a safer, happier place to live.
FC United of Manchester announce prospective move to Newton Heath
FC United of Manchester announce prospective move to Newton Heath
FC United of Manchester are set to move to the birthplace of Manchester United after announcing plans for a new ground in Newton Heath.
Manchester United were formed as Newton Heath in 1878 before joining the Football League in 1892.
Dear Miles Platting, Newton Heath, Clayton Bridge & Collyhurst residents.
Lib Dems Win Fight For New Police HQ in Newton Heath
Lib Dem campaigner Gerry Diamond said: ' Local people have been calling for a new police station in Newton Heath for many years.
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