Have you ever heard of speed dating? It's an opportunity for people to quickly meet a large number of people to potentially date. Attendees are paired with each person attending the session for two minutes. At the end of the two minutes, the people move to their next partner. You can also use this concept as an effective speed meeting icebreaker. The goal?
Meet new people!
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The Greater Manchester Casualty Reduction Partnership show the exact location of fixed and mobile speed cameras across Bolton, Manchester, Salford and all other boroughs. Don't miss a thing by getting the latest from the Manchester Evening News sent direct to your inbox. You could be the safest driver on the road but it just takes one maniac driver to potentially cause an accident. That's why Greater Manchester's roads are littered with hundreds of both fixed and mobile speed cameras in an attempt to make journeys safer. To keep you up-to-date on where to expect a speed camera, the Greater Manchester Casualty Reduction Partnership regularly update a massive list of every location of fixed and mobile speed cameras. The group aims to improve road safety and is committed to reducing the number of deaths and injuries within the area's roads by changing attitudes and behaviour. So you're aware when out and about, here's the full list of cameras which includes the type of camera, e.
This is where all the fixed and mobile speed cameras are in Greater Manchester
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Strangers hoping to find that right match. On a gloriously warm Tuesday this week, a group of soccer executives, from clubs large and small from across Europe and even as far afield as Brazil and the United States, were getting to know each other at minute intervals inside a banquet hall at Stamford Bridge, the West London home of Premier League giant Chelsea. Outside, tourists visiting the stadium frolicked in the sunshine of the stands. Inside the cloistered, carpeted Centenary Lounge, executives were getting down to the serious business of negotiating player trades as the summer transfer window, an annual multibillion-dollar marketplace, reaches its climactic rush to fill rosters or find new or temporary homes for unwanted or untested talent before the window slams shut in a matter of weeks. With tables numbered and organized in rows, executives wielding brochures and tablets showed off their inventory in short introductory meetings that ended with the sound of a bell and the appearance of two women armed with boxing-style cards announcing the start of the next round of talks.