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Dangerous 5G mast with 12 antennas to go up near a school in Stretford

EE and the Three network are looking to put up a 5G mast and 12 antennas near a school in Stretford. The mast will be bigger than everything around it standing at 20m and unlike normal mobile masts which have only 1 or 2 cabinets this one will have several next to the mast.
This mast will be installed on Bradfield Road in Stretford very close to Moss Park infant school. We believe councillors and the school have been informed of the plans to put up this mast and associated antenna and cabinets. Councillors will have been told some things about 5G that are not completely true by both EE and Three, checking the covering letter we can see they have once again shifted the blame on the World Health Organisation having checked many times they have not said anything about 5G safety! If you check a recent government meeting that was aired on Parliament TV about 5G you could hear lots of concerns over safety and no real answers were given only to yet again re-direct people to the World Health …

First ever electric black cab hits the road in Trafford

First ever electric black cab hits the roads in TraffordBYON14/08/2019 The first ever electric black cab has hit the roads in Trafford. LtR: Stephen Adshead, Mohammed Sadiq and Ann Duffield Mohammed Sadiq aged 69, has been a taxi driver for a decade ditched his old diesel cab after one of his grandchildren persuaded him to opt for a more environmentally-friendly option. Mr Sadiq is now flying around the borough in some style in his Volvo Vista hybrid vehicle after being given a Hackney Carriage Vehicle Licence, Mr Sadiq said: “I was deciding what to do when one of my grandchildren told me I should buy an electric cab – he would not take no for an answer. He said we need to protect the environment. I am very pleased with this vehicle – it is very comfortable. There are several charge points across Trafford and they are very easy to use. “The vehicle can go 75 miles on a full charge and is much cheaper to run – I was spending £25 a day on diesel for my old cab but this is …

Are you prepared for the solar minimum

The Earth is just about to experience a solar minimum so be preparedBYON15/08/2019 Climate change is real, just people should be thinking about a bigger problem and that is the oncoming solar minimum. We are in solar cycle 24 and Nasa predicts that by the end of 2019 or early 2020 we will see the lowest activiy from the sun for a long time. Looking deeper we can see why the politicians are not saying anything about this issue instead blaming society for the problems with our environment, and half of this is right, we have caused lots of damage to this world, plastics in our oceans, the use of fossil fuels, coal and wood burning, diesel in our cars and vans, chopping down our trees for 5G! In solar cycle 25 it is predicted that the activity on the sun will go so low that a maunder type  minimum will occur, this is a life changing event. Crops will not grow where it has always grown, so the growers and producers will look to the part of the world that will not be that badl…

A Flixton man is charged after attacking a woman in the City Centre

Man from Flixton charged after a woman was attacked in the City CentreBYON16/08/2019 A man from Flixton has been charged after a woman was attacked in Manchester City Centre. Matthew Holmes (24/3/94) of Overdale Crescent, Flixton, has been charged with attempted kidnap with intent to commit a sexual offence. He was remanded in custody and is due to appear before Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court this morning (Friday 16 August 2019). At around 6am on Sunday 11 August 2019, police were called to Travis Street to reports of the attempted kidnap and sexual assault of a woman.

Police investigate after a man was knifed in the head in Rushholme

Police release CCTV image after a man was knifed in the head in RusholmeBYON16/08/2019 Police investigating an assault in Rusholme have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with the incident. At around 8:40pm on 16 November 2018 a man in his 20’s was assaulted by a man at the Shell Petrol Station on Wilmslow Road. The victim suffered a serious knife wound to the head and required hospital treatment. Police Constable Leyland, of GMP’s City of Manchester division, said: “I appreciate that this incident occurred some time ago, however, we are revisiting this investigation as new evidence has since come to light. “I would urge anyone who recognises the man in this image who was seen to be a passenger in a Black Toyota Yaris to contact us as soon as possible. “If you have any information, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem, please call us.” Anyone with any information about the assault should contact police on 0161 856 4223 quoting …

The hunt for Trafford's secret walks is on

BYON16/08/2019 Hunt for Trafford’s ‘secret walks’ gets underway and you could win some cash. Residents across Trafford are being encouraged to share their favourite local walks and walking pursuits over the summer holidays, as part of a wider campaign to get people moving. The winning walks will win fitbits, vouchers to spend on walking gear and other walking related goodies to help the winners get out and about over the summer (and beyond!). There are weekly prizes worth £100, with final prizes worth £250 and £500 up for grabs too. To enter the summer competition people need to upload a short video or photo to Instagram or Facebookand tag @GMWalks, accompanied by the hashtag #HiddenWalksGM and some information about where the walk is, and why they love it. Nominated routes could include a site of local interest such as a historic landmark, a hidden oasis that you think deserves some recognition, a walk that has strong personal memories or perhaps a fun way to ditch the c…

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