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The Swinging Bridge, Manchester
The Swinging Bridge in Trafford Park (near Manchester) : Pubs Galore
The following has been received from Mr Dorian Penfold:. I came across these photographs recently and thought they may be of interest and bring back memories to the other officers now retired who attended the course with me. I fondly remember my time in Dyfed Powys and have many happy memories of the colleagues I was privileged to work with. Many thanks to Dorian for the use of both photos taken during the first 10 week Training Course. Note: The Police Training Council established a working party on police probationer training in with the following terms of reference:. To review the training given to the police during their first two years of service and to make recommendations:. The committee concluded: It was apparent to us that the instruction currently given to recruits at the Home Office Police Training Centres, although in many respects excellent, had come to bear an insufficient relationship to the work demanded of a constable when he returns to his force.
Barton Road Swing Bridge
The capacity of the stadium is 40,, making it the ninth largest venue of the —20 Premier League season. The club had plans to expand capacity to 60, by the —24 season. Opened in , the stadium was used by the London Athletic Club until , when new owner Gus Mears founded Chelsea Football Club to occupy the ground; Chelsea have played their home games there ever since. It has undergone major changes over the years, most recently in the s when it was renovated into a modern, all-seater stadium. It has also hosted numerous other sports, such as cricket , rugby union , speedway , greyhound racing , baseball and American football.
By Adam Shergold for MailOnline. Ipswich Town will feel a debt of gratitude to Southampton. For so long, they bore the scars of being the only team to lose by nine goals in a Premier League fixture. Now, in the space of just over 15 months, Southampton have done it not once, but twice. Losing at home to Leicester City in was bad enough but now the Saints share Ipswich's pain of letting in that same number without reply at Old Trafford.