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- Up to 3 hours service (additional hours can be purchased)
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- Unlimited Booth visits for the duration of the event
- Friendly and knowledgeable on-site technician
- Setup and breakdown of the booth
- High resolution digital image files delivered on DVD.
- Custom banner applied to prints
- Upload of all images to Facebook
- Upload of all images to your own Web Page
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Hattersley is a residential area in the Metropolitan Borough of Tameside, in Greater Manchester, England. It is 4 miles west of Glossop and 10 miles east of Manchester city centre. Historically part of Tintwistle Rural District in Cheshire until 1974, it lies on the eastern fringe of Greater Manchester. It is the site of an overspill estate built by Manchester City Council.
Between 1894 and 1936 Hattersley was a civil parish in the Tintwistle Rural District in the historical county of Cheshire. In 1936 it was annexed to the municipal borough of Hyde but remained undeveloped. In the 1960s most of the area was purchased by Manchester City Council to build a large overspill estate. Another estate was built in Gamesley. Both these estates consist primarily of council-owned houses.
Regeneration in Hattersley is coordinated by Hattersley Neighbourhood Partnership.
The city council transferred control of most of Hattersley’s housing stock to Peak Valley Housing Association in 2006 after an attempt to transfer it to the Harvest Housing Group which collapsed when a £20 million gap in funding to refurbish the homes to new housing standards was identified. The transfer will bring a £40 million, seven-year improvement plan for existing housing tied to a £140m investment from a private developer.
Selective demolition has begun to remove some obsolete housing leaving space for redevelopment and investment in education and public services. Seven 1960s tower blocks were demolished in 2000. Demolition of 1960s low-rise houses on the estate took place in 2007 and 2008.
In 2008 the Tameside Advertiser reported that leader of Tameside Council, Roy Oldham, claimed that a Tesco supermarket would be built on part of a site earmarked for a new district centre, causing concern to residents.