Projekts Skatepark, 97 London Road Manchester, United Kingdom M1 2PG Main Reception 0161 272 8538; Office 0161 276 0951
Projekts Skatepark is one of the best designed skateparks in the UK. It has two parts - a 400 square metre wooden park and a 900 square metre concrete section. It is perfect for skaters, BMX, scooters and inline skaters.
Sports and Recreation Near Projekts MCR Skatepark (The Pump Cage)
Our beautiful studio was set up by Fay and Bea.
Airborne Studios is home to
Poletastic, Bea Fit, Lily la Fox, Bea Noir, The Upside Down Ladies, Lady Wildflower, Manchester Dance Academy, Gassed, Millions and a number of other dance crews!
Great value classes suited for all abilities!
~ Pole Dance Lessons
~ Fitness Classes
~ Burlesque Courses
~ Belly Dance
~ Street Dance
~ Personal Training
~ Hen Parties Dance Classes
Here at Lucozade Powerleague Manchester, we are the Champions of 5 a side football, offering 12 5-a-side state of the art 5G rubber crumb pitches along with a brand new 7-a-side pitch. All the pitches are caged and floodlit.
We offer 5 a side Football Leagues, Tournaments, Pitch Hire, Kids Parties and Function Room Hire.
Samson Socks are one of the UK's top sports and football socks manufacturers, with a full range of high performance custom team & training wear socks suitable for all team sports. Check out our new Funky/Futsal and Printed range to make you stand out on the street pitches.
GI Sport is a sports community based in Manchester, England.
Since being established in 2011, the community has achieved a great deal by involving over 500 people in various sporting activities.
We organise weekly sporting event include Basketball, Badminton, Football and Dodgeball. also major events like tournament and social event in the season.
In Aug 2013, We had introduces GI CARD to handle membership policy. All GI CARD member has great benefits to received discount for all our events plus many offers from the high street.
You don't have to be our member to join our events, everyone are welcome!!! if you want to know more about our membership benefits, please speak to our member of staff in the GI Sport events.
Sharing the FUN!!!
To me it feels that some people are waiting for the ‘magic pill’ to appear to help achieve their goals without putting in any real effort in exercising or living healthy.
If you look around in popular mainstream society there are so many fad diets, nutrition & detox programs that promise the world and in the end deliver nothing in the way health,well being.
With that in mind it seems strange that society has never before had more access to information about the steps to good health.
Search engines like Google have allowed us to gain access to literally millions of pages of literature in an instant. Similarly, society has never had more access to low fat foods than ever before, nor have we had so many exercise options, fitness facilities or health professionals available to us.
Yet statistically the world is getting unhealthier, fatter and living with cardiovascular based diseases more than ever before. According to research from the NHS and the British Heart foundation there are 15 million Brits living with Obesity today running the risk of developing often life threatening diseases such as, Type 2 Diabetes, Cancers, Osteoarthritis, Heart disease, Depression, Strokes. The list is endless and very worrying indeed.
The researchers predict that if the current trend continues, up to 48% of men and 43% of women in the UK could be obese by 2030. Link that sink in, that nearly half of the population.
This would add an additional £2 billion per year in medical costs for obesity diseases. The statistics are a major reason why cardiovascular disease remains the largest cause of mortality in Britain today; respectively cardiovascular disease (the term used for Heart, Stroke and blood vessel disease) kills 1 person every 10 minutes in the UK.
Despite improvements over the last few decades, it remains one the biggest burdens of our countries economy.
As a health professional I have simply taken the science of human physiology and the science of muscle biochemistry (which hasn't changed for thousands of years and isn't likely to in the near future) and applied it to a body transformation programme which has been heavily researched and proven time and time again with happy clients of mine.
The program can be adapted to anybody no matter how big or small your goals are. All you need is some determination and will power.
Tag Rugby DidsburyDistance: 0.5 miTourist Information The Barlow Activity and Sports Education Centre, Parswood Road, East Didsbury Manchester, United Kingdom M20 6BX 07785 611 329
Tag Rugby Didsbury is an opportunity for local people to get involved in a uni-sex sporting activity. Not only is it great for personal fitness goals like weight loss and improving heart health, it’s a great way for teams of males and females to compete together in a friendly environment!
All abilities are welcome. Ages 16+
Launch night is on Monday 20th May (6pm-7pm & 7pm-8pm) at Barlow RC High School, Parrs Wood Rd, Didsbury, M20 6BX
Special Launch night price of £3 per person!
So, tell your family, friends and colleagues, come along and get involved!!
Rules of Tag Rugby:
•When a tag is made, the tagger stops running, holds the tag above their head and shouts “TAG!”
•When the ball-carrier is tagged, the ball must be passed to a team mate within three seconds
•Competitive matches should not be more than seven a side (5-a-side in this particular game)
The use of a tag belt replicates a tackle and is clearly seen when an effective tag has been made
Teams are 5-a-side with a mix of males and females
Local Business Near Projekts MCR Skatepark (The Pump Cage)
Liberty Point, Manchester is in close proximity to the city's higher educational establishments including Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), Manchester University (MU) and MANCAT. Located on Berry Street just off Fairfield Street, Liberty Point, Manchester is within easy reach of all local amenities and transport links, including Piccadilly railway station.
Liberty Living's student accommodation across the UK all have the following in common: high standards, affordable rates, safe and secure environments, central locations, flexible terms and no hidden costs.
We have something to suit all budgets, and our all-inclusive fees mean no hidden costs. Liberty Living also offers flexible terms if you are looking for student housing during the holidays or over the summer months.
Direct to garment printing, also known as DTG printing, digital direct to garment printing, digital apparel printing, and inkjet to garment printing, is a process of printing on textiles and garments using specialized or modified inkjet technology.
Manchester Pic Train Station Distance: 0.1 miTourist Information 80 Great Bridgewater Street Manchester, United Kingdom M1 2
Renold Building University of Manchester C16 Distance: 0.2 miTourist Information C9 Manchester, United Kingdom M1 3
Renold Building Distance: 0.2 miTourist Information Mancunian Way Manchester, United Kingdom M1 3
The Renold Building is a university building in Manchester. It was opened on 23 November 1962 for the Manchester College of Science and Technology (later UMIST) as part of a major expansion of its campus in the 1960s. The architect was W.A.Gibbon of the firm of Cruikshank and Seward. The foundation stone was laid on 24 June 1960 by Sir Charles Renold J.P. LL.D (1883–1967), Vice President of the college, and chairman of the planning and development committee, after whom it was named.OverviewThe building, which is made of concrete, consists of a two-storey base supporting a six-storey tower. There is a large glass-sided stair tower on the side. Inside is an entrance hall on two levels with a large mural titled Metamorphosis, by Victor Pasmore.The Renold Building contains a number of lecture halls of differing sizes, including a 500-seat theatre, two 300-seat theatres, and five 140-seat theatres. According to Pevsner's Architectural Guide, "The idea was to provide a central facility for rooms that would otherwise have been dispersed amongst separate departmental buildings. This was a new initiative in British academic planning at that time."The building also contains seminar rooms and exhibition spaces. It overlooks a green space in the centre of what was the UMIST Campus which was originally a bowling green. For this reason a bar in the Renold Building was named the Bowling Green Tavern. The building no longer has a bar, but instead has a cafe named Enigma. Although the building has attracted some criticism, in January 2008 it narrowly missed out on being awarded listed status.Sources Pevsner Architectural Guides — Manchester, Clare Hartwell, ISBN 0-14-071131-7
With Offices in Manchester, Bolton & Stevenage we provide a full range of IT services to local businesses.
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