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Salford mum sews to say thanks to son’s hospice carers

Sewing to say Thank You A lady from Walkden has turned her passion for sewing to making face coverings to raise money for Francis House, the...

My First Job series: Dining Hall Porter

Next up in our First Jobs series, our Salford reporter, Paul Sherlock, shares his memories. What was your first job? "My first experience of work...

It’s National Fish and Chip Day… What’s your order?

Fish 'n' Chips, Chip Supper or Chippy tea is a staple brit takeaway treat, whether you're at the seaside or needing some late-night nosh...

My First Job series: Mining with the National Coal Board

One of our readers, Alex Channon from Swinton, shares his memories about his first-ever job with us. What was your first job?  My first job...
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Walking football kicks-off again in Salford

Our Salford reporter and resident footballer, Chris Vickers, is excited about community football being back. Here he talks to us about how him and...

Local artist paints Salfordians living through the pandemic

TAMG reader, Philip Westcott from Salford, shares his experiences of creating art during the pandemic: “Art can have a very therapeutic effect during this pandemic...

Improve health and happiness through laughter and creativity

Robin Graham has been leading laughter sessions that increase wellbeing and support the local community. As director of Feelgood Communities CIC, Robin has over 20...

Call for women to join Greater Manchester gender equality panel

There are only a few weeks left to join a new panel that will help to help combat inequalities that women and girls are...

Pension Credit check could be the passport to keeping a free TV licence

It has been announced that the BBC is to go ahead with their plans to scrap the free TV license for over 75s. This means...

Mind Yer ‘Ed: Feeling in control and keeping in touch is helping me in lockdown

 As part of our new Talking About My Generation mental health series: Mind Yer ‘Ed our reporter Jodie Smith spoke to Paul Sherlock from...
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