New functions allow for quicker and more spontaneous journey planning
Two months after the initial release of its Manchester app, Moovit’s fourth version launches today. Designed for Android devices, it improves upon its predecessors thanks to new personalisation features. With a smartphone or digital tablet, its users can plan their trip anywhere, anytime in just a few taps.
A look at the Labour Party manifesto from a Tameside angle.
From the fourth part of It’s Up The Poll! onwards, we’ll be looking at the policies of each of the parties standing in Tameside. Not only the main three parties but also Independent candidates. In all three elections taking place in the borough. For each party and independent candidate, we shall focus on sixteen policy areas. Continue reading It’s Up the Poll! 2015: Labour and Tameside→
The third part of East of the M60‘s preview of the Local, Parish and General Elections
Greens and UKIP to stand in all three of the borough’s constituencies;
Stalybridge and Hyde seat likely Tory target.
For the last 30 years, you could always count on Tameside being staunch Labour territory in the parliamentary elections. Ashton-under-Lyne was always associated with Robert Sheldon, hence the name of the arterial road on Ashton Moss and the public house. Stalybridge and Hyde, and the Denton and Reddish seats, equally so. Continue reading It’s Up the Poll! 2015: Tameside’s General Election→
East of the M60‘s preview of the Local, Parish and General Elections
Greens only party other than Labour to field candidates in all wards;
Close runs likely in Droylsden East and Denton South wards;
Tameside’s first Communist Party of Britain candidate to stand in Audenshaw;
Former Tiger stands in Hyde Newton.
A chance to keep the ship steady or effect real change. Depending on your viewpoint, this year’s local elections is set to be an interesting one. As well as tireless campaigning on the streets from Tameside’s Labour and Green parties, the rest of the pre-election campaigning seems to be conducted online. The present incumbents within the 57 member council are facing opposition from social media sites. Continue reading It’s Up the Poll! 2015: Tameside’s Local Elections→
Chalkers’ Snooker Club, Newtown, New Mills, Derbyshire, 10 – 11 April 2014.
It’s that time of the year again. Now in to its fifth year is Hills and Mills, High Peak and North East Cheshire CAMRA’s beer festival. It has started to establish itself as a regular fixture in the real ale fanatic’s calendar.