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Who are you going to call? Scambusters – volunteers supporting GMP in the fight against fraud

Meet the Scambusters: a team of volunteers who give up their time to offer help and support to victims of fraud on behalf of...

The Great British Spring Clean 2021: Salford volunteers wanted

Salford Council is recruiting 'Litter Heroes' to help pick up as much litter as possible from local areas this week in aid of the...

A guided walk with Salford Rangers to celebrate Dementia Action Week

This year, to celebrate Dementia Action Week, members of Mount Chapel Champions Dementia Support Group enjoyed a guided tour of Buile Hill Park in...

Blooming garden sale success for Dementia Awareness Week

The week (commencing May 17, 2021) was Dementia Awareness Week. As a carer for wife Liz, who suffers from this terrible disease, Paul Muldoon...
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Covid-19: What can I do from today?

The easing of lockdown restrictions come into play today, so we're breaking down the new rules for you here. Gathering limits  You can now gather outdoors...

Childhood memories: Whit Week Walks in Pendlebury

Here, our Salford reporter Chris Vickers brings back memories of Whit Walks, a special and significant occasion in Greater Manchester that always demanded the...

Childhood memories: Evacuation, North vs South

Here, Alan Rick from SWit’CH (Swinton Writers in t’Critchley House) shares his memories of being an evacuee in the war.  It was during the last...

Litter Queen: 70 bags for a 70th birthday bash

For some 40 years, Veronica Scotton was a professional childminder, rated as outstanding by Ofsted. A key component of her job was to carry...

Critchley Community Cafe back open for business

The much-loved Critchley Community Hub and Garden Cafe has re-opened, welcoming back regular customers, friends and volunteers after its temporary closure in line with government...

Childhood memories: Much Ado About Nothing

Here, Alan Rick from SWit’CH (Swinton Writers in t’Critchley House) shares his humorous account of memories from school, learning all about the birds and...
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