Local businesses from in and around Tameside are invited to meet with like-minded people at a new 4Networking breakfast event, which takes place at The Mottram Wood Pub in Mottram every fortnight on a on Wednesday.
The 4Networking (4N) group, one of over 250 now established across the UK, is the latest 4Nbusiness networking group to be established in Tameside. Thia will enable Tameside business people to meet and collaborate i... [continue reading ...]
Lots of recent surveys speak about the economy improving and many single out manufacturing as being an area of growth. We at Garcia & Sykes are pleased to be a part of this and have recently bought a new Hydraulic Steelworker which has proved a real hit in the workshop! For pictures and more from us visit us on Facebook at http::/www.Facebook.com/GarciaAndSykes... [continue reading ...]
Garcia & Sykes are proud to announce we are the new sponsors for the Under 14's team of the Stalybridge Celtic Juniors. The new kits look great and we hope will help the lads make it to the league final again - and this time finish the job! Pictures are on our Facebook page at http::/www.Facebook.com/GarciaAndSykes... [continue reading ...]
Danzer Ltd’s recent positive performance in the construction sector is perhaps further evidence of a resurgent housing market. The increased demand for the company’s pre-fabricated anti-vandal buildings from residential house builders including Taylor Wimpey, Barratt and Jones Homes, strengthens the view that the domestic new build sector is growing with a confidence not seen since before the banking crisis.... [continue reading ...]
We promised an update on how our Southwark schools were progressing and judging from these latest pictures they are coming along well, with the Albion Primary School project handed over in August and having welcomed its first pupils at the beginning of this term.
The classroom sits directly above a London Underground tunnel, which presented some challenges for the team. We had to submit foundation plans to Transpo... [continue reading ...]
We kind of guessed that with a name like ‘The Charles Dickens School’ our latest modular building project might have a bit of history attached to it. However, we were very surprised to find that during excavations the archaeology team found the remains of medieval chalk footings.
Senior Archaeology Officer for Southwark Council, Chris Constable said: “This is a chalk footing for a pre-16th century building w... [continue reading ...]
We are reunning the last course an an introduction to archaeology. Being run in Ashton Under Lyne on Saturdays 9am to 4pm5/10/13 and 19/10/13andTuesday 5pm to 7.30 pm8/10/13
Learn new skills such as surveying, find out how to develop a career or just a hobby in heritage.
Application on line via website
www.tas-archaeology.org.uk/... [continue reading ...]