From the Hyde Archives
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15th Jan A fast-flowing version of the beautiful game is set to take over Tameside thanks to the vision of a local football fanatic. Neil Lucas, who is the founder of Sala Soccer Schools Academy, has assigned himself the mission of bringing some Brazilian flair to the English sport. Having originated in South America during the 1930’s, […]
6th Jan Following their 7-1 capitulation against Stalybridge Celtic on New Year’s Day, Hyde FC announced they had parted company with manager Scott McNiven. The damaging result was the second defeat against their rivals in the space of six days and the heaviest loss in its history. As we go to print, the Tigers have played 26 […]
5th Jan Scott Mcniven’s Hyde outfit started the 2013-2014 campaign in the Conference North having consolidated their position in the league the season before by a comfortable 16 points. However, despite finishing in their highest ever league position during the previous campaign and embarking on a promising pre-season which consisted of three wins out of a possible […]
1st Dec Tameside Sports Trust might live long in the memory for some people, but there’s a new title which has taken precedence of late and become somewhat popular amongst fitness enthusiasts across the borough. That name in question is ‘Active Tameside’; a not for profit registered charity designed to provide value for money services in all […]
25th Nov   Photo credit @jayakajamz_jay A man has died after being hit by a train in Tameside. The incident happened close to Hyde Central Station and is causing delays on the line. National Rail posted on their website just before noon saying: “A person has been hit by a train at Hyde Central which is causing […]
24th Nov A new primary school is set to welcome up to 420 pupils from Hyde when it opens next September. The announcement was made at the most recent Tameside Council planning meeting when Town Hall planning bosses gave their seal of approval for construction to begin. The brand new Discovery Academy is to be built off […]
20th Nov Two enthusiastic Tameside runners returned to Hyde last week brimming with pride. That’s because Beth Donnelly and George Reed, who are students at Hyde Clarendon sixth Form College, competed in the highly acclaimed Regional Cross Country Qualifiers held at Witton Park in Blackburn. The budding stars, whose interest in the sport spans several years, entered […]
24th Oct The curtain finally closed on the cricket season last month, but Flowery Field proved to be a hive of activity last Friday. The Hyde based side, who ended their season placing 10th in the league, assembled at the club on the evening to celebrate the ups and downs of the season gone by. A series […]
23rd Sep Pupils and staff at Hyde’s Flowery Field Primary are celebrating their school’s 50th anniversary with the start of construction on a new building. The school is the first of four being rebuilt in Tameside as a result of the Council’s successful bid to the Department for Education through the Priority School Building Programme – which […]
19th Sep Hyde Cricket Club skipper Danny Berry could barely contain his delight after he led his team to their first title in 33 years. What looked a difficult game on paper turned into an afternoon of celebration as Hyde claimed victory over Marple by 10 wickets in less than four hours. Marple could only reach 110 […]