- The Full Spectrum Centre Limited based at the Old Courthouse in Dukinfield believes all professional training, personal and spiritual development should work towards the bigger picture of promoting excellent physical, mental, emotion and spiritual health.Their qualified, insured and experienced team of complementary, holistic therapists, energy healers and facilitators provide a wide range of services and classes, helping a wide variety of clients.They have a team dedicated to ensure people receive the highest standards of care in a professional yet friendly and relaxed environment conducive to healing. All of the holistic and complementary therapy treatments we offer are nothing but natural, non-toxic and non-invasive. If you want to achieve a state of being that is calm, relaxed and stress, tension or pain free then get in touch with the Full Spectrum Centre Limited.
- Stalybridge Celtic were massively unlucky not to chalk up an away victory at FC United in the Vanamara National League North after they conceded a goal in the last minute of the game.It was end to end stuff in the first thirty minutes with both sides having chances. Andy Bishop came closest for Celtic in the vearly period narrowly heading the wrong side of the post.Eventually Celtic made a breakthrough when Matty Hughes picked his spot and smashed the ball home from ten yards out. FC United equalised shortly afterwards with a deflected goal leaving the score 1-1 at half time.Celtic started the second half with pace and pegged FC united back in their#r half. It wasn't long before Celtic took the lead again through Wilkind#s who dribbled his way through three defenders before findind the net with a low hard shot. They nearly went 3-1 up when Dunbar lobbed the FC keeper only to see his shot bounce back off the woodwork.Stalybridge looked to be heading for victory until George Thomas scored from a well hit free Kick in the last minute of injury time for FC United. Three points would have been very useful in Celtic's relegation fight, despite being unlucky not to win they had to settle for a 2-2 draw
- Curzon Ashton were denied the chance to make FA Cup history after they slipped to a narrow 4-3 second round defeat to League One side AFC Wimbledon in front of a nationwide TV audience at the Tameside Stadium.A hat-trick for striker Adam Morgan wasn’t enough for Curzon to avoid defeat as the Dons staged a late comeback, scoring three goals in three minutes, before winning the tie in the third minute of added time at the end of the second half.Curzon started the brighter of the two sides, and opened the scoring from the kick off as Morgan hit a screamer from distance, leaving visiting goalkeeper James Shea with no chance.Wimbledon almost got a chance to equalize moments later but Dom Poleon’s effort flew just over the bar, as the Nash piled the pressure on their League One opponents. Curzon extended their lead midway through the half as Morgan scored his second goal of the day from close range.The visitors then searched for a way back into the game, but couldn’t find a way through Curzon’s impressive defence as the Dons applied some pressure of their own through Tom Elliott, who saw his goal-bound shot blocked.Curzon goalkeeper Hakan Burton was then called into action, producing a superb save to deny the visitors their first goal of the afternoon.Burton was on hand again moments later, making a great stop to his left before Nash defender Jono Hunt cleared the danger, ensuring the Nash stayed on top going into half time.Curzon started the second half as they finished the first with some good defending to keep their Football League opponents at bay. Burton then produced a world class save to deny Jake Reeves, tipping the effort over the bar.Morgan then completed his hat-trick on the hour mark after a superb pull back from Joe Guest found the striker who slotted his effort past Shea in the Dons’ goal.Curzon were denied the chance to make the score 4-0 after Niall Cummins went down in the penalty area, but any appeals for a spot kick were waved away by referee James Adcock.Five minutes later and Wimbledon found their way back in to the game with Elliott getting his first goal of the day.That seemed to spur the visitors on a bit as they scored again moments later through Poleon, before Tyrone Barnett completed a seemingly unlikely comeback for the Dons in a disastrous couple of minutes for the Nash.The Dons were then close to winning the game, however Elliott’s shot was denied by Burton, allowing Jon Meades in for the rebound but he struck it just wide. Barnett then struck wide with a shot of his own from close range.Agony then turned into heartbreak for the Nash as Elliot sealed the win for Wimbledon in the final minute of added time to ensure the Dons were safely into round three.Courtesy of http://www.curzonashtonfc.co.uk/
- Bar Code Data, based in Margaret Street Ashton-Under-Lyne, is a leading provider of barcode solutions, with a reputation in the UK market place as one of the very best. Their expertise includes barcode scanners, mobile terminals, RFID, label printers and the associated consumables such as labels and ribbons together with label design or bespoke software to offer fully integrated solutions their clients include Manchester United, Baxi, John Lewis, Mitsubishi CSM Bakery Products, B&M retail Stores.The company have carefully selected hardware from many of the World's leading manufacturers. Including, Symbol, Zebra, Datalogic,HoneywellDatamax O’Neil, Intermec and Citizen.They were founded in 1990 after recognising there was a need for a company that not only listened to its customers, but could also offer a professional and total solution to all bar coding needs.As a major user and seller of printers their knowledge and buying power allows them to offer the very highest quality of labels and ribbons at competitive prices. Bar Code Data are one of the few companies in the UK to offer a complete service, Unlike other bar code equipment suppliers who simply buy in and re-sell label Bar Code Data started to manufacture their own high class adhesive labels primarily aimed at the thermal transfer printer market.The company's In-house bespoke software development capability allows total flexibility to meet every business need from markets such as retail, warehouse management, healthcare, manufacturing, pupil tracking and many more.The use of bar code technology is vital in healthcare at the point-of-care and helps to assure the proper prescription is administered to the proper patient, supporting the concept of patient’s rights. Bar code usage also advances inventory control, asset tracking, lab specimen tracking, data tracking and pharmacy drug verifications.bar Code data are always developing and invest heavily in innovation and technology . In March this year Bar Code Data were invited into Zebra’s Partner Connect program.Whether you are looking for a simple low cost reader or a highly complex printer system, Bar Code Data has all the professional total Solutions to match your needs. Log onto Barcode Datas website which provides a wealth of information and products to help you make informed decisions.
- Animal rescue centres such as Tameside Animal Shelter do not receive any direct funding from government, the lottery or the majority of charitable trusts. Your donations are vital to cover the running costs of the organisation, staff wages and most importantantly vital to providing care and comfort to resident animals.Log onto The Tameside Animal shelter to donate