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The Manchester Music Invitational has been held since 2007 when there was a competition held at The Mere Golf club. 
In 2016 it became the Adam Bramwell Memorial Trophy at Hazel Grove.

This year events were organised at Cheadle / Styal / Withington / Chorlton and Hazel Grove - The event had to be cancelled because the booking system had not been completed in time to run the event.

Th Booking System is called Magna Carta for all the Golf Clubs in England.

It has been our ambition to run an event called A Party In the Park where Noel Gallagher is the artist supported by Lucy In The Sky with Diamond. The contact details for Lucy has been lost but Noel is at Wythenshawe park on the 24th August. So we are holding a 4 day golf event - 21 / 22 / 23 / 24 at Hazel Grove Golf Club - Competitors will stay at the Midland Hotel.
There is no booking arrangements - People should phone Hazel Grove on the day requesting a tee time. It is intended that this be Twilight golf from 17:00 in the evening giving families time to enjoy Manchester..

Manchester United - Bobby Charlton

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The Munich air disaster occurred on 6 February 1958, when British European Airways Flight 609 crashed on its third attempt to take off at Munich-Riem Airport in Munich, West Germany. The aircraft was carrying the Manchester United football team, nicknamed the "Busby Babes", along with supporters and journalists. There were 44 people on board, 23 of whom died at the scene. The injured, some unconscious, were taken to Munich's Rechts der Isar Hospital, where three more died, resulting in 23 fatalities with 21 survivors.

The disaster was caused by a combination of factors, including the slushy condition of the runway, the aircraft's heavy load, and the pilot's decision to take off after two aborted attempts. The aircraft failed to gain sufficient speed to take off and crashed into a house at the end of the runway.

The Munich air disaster was a devastating blow to Manchester United and to the world of football. Eight Busby Babes players, including Duncan Edwards, who was widely regarded as one of the most promising young players in the world, were killed in the crash. The disaster also claimed the lives of three members of the club's staff and 15 other passengers.

The Munich air disaster had a profound impact on the club and its supporters. Manchester United was forced to rebuild its team from scratch, but under the guidance of manager Matt Busby, the club went on to win the European Cup in 1968, ten years after the disaster.

The Munich air disaster is a tragedy that will never be forgotten. It was a dark day in the history of Manchester United and of football as a whole. But it is also a story of resilience and determination, as the club and its supporters rebuilt from the ashes of disaster to achieve further success.

Here is a list of the 23 people who died in the Munich air disaster:

May the victims of the Munich air disaster rest in peace.

Manchester City - Francis Lee

Everton Football Club - Bill Kenwright

Liverpool Football Club

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96 Liverpool supporters died in the Hillsborough disaster on 15 April 1989, during an FA Cup semi-final match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, England. The disaster was the result of a crush in the Leppings Lane stand, which was allocated to Liverpool fans. The crush was caused by a large number of fans arriving at the ground late and trying to enter the stand through a limited number of turnstiles. The crush was exacerbated by the fact that the stand was already full and by the decision of the police to open a gate at the rear of the stand, which allowed even more fans to enter. The disaster was one of the worst sporting disasters in British history and had a profound impact on the city of Liverpool and the wider football community.

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BramITs What Three Tunes

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The is a Longhorn / Peterloo project in the pipeline to create a graphical memorial site where a tree is planted at a golf course of your choice for a subscription fee of £7 per year.

BramIT What 3 Words

Shot.Shed.Pump

Yew Tree / Holly Tree by the eighth tee - Adam and John E

Read Me

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This site is under construction - the content depends on Abby Sweetman taking up the position of Champion for Lady Masters Golf.