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New Facebook page celebrates Salford’s wildlife

Wildlife loving Salford residents have come together to share their photography, advice, and queries about wildlife around the city. The Salford Wildlife Facebook page was set...

New large print book launched to keep visually impaired reading

Swinton-based creative writing group SWit’CH has published a collection of short stories in large print format for readers with a visual impairment like Macular...

The show must go on: Bolton playwright takes show online

When the country went into lockdown, Bolton actor, writer, and director Joe O'Byrne had to cancel the UK tour of one of his productions...

Watch Proud Salfordian Peter Hook’s set on YouTube from the city’s 10th festival

Did you miss the live streaming of Salford's 10th annual music festival? Well, you are in for a treat! Proud Salfordian, bassist Peter Hook, showcased...
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What’s For Tea, Susan? 

Susan Mottram from Swinton, Salford gives us her lockdown diet lowdown as part of our “What’s For Tea” series in partnership with the GM...

From my dad’s Rusholme cafe to the Kippax – one man’s love affair with Man City

Who remembers that moment you decided whether you were going to join the blue or red side of the city? Manchester is known for...

Salford services join forces to increase online support in lockdown

More people than ever are being supported by Salford dementia services during the COVID19 health crisis – thanks to new online sessions – from...

Royal Exchange Theatre’s Elders Company hosts virtual drama workshops

The Royal Exchange Theatre’s Elders Company has moved its regular workshops, including its twice-monthly Elders Monday’s meet-ups, to virtual sessions that can be accessed...

50,000 residents to get a ‘keeping well at home’ booklet

A new booklet welcomed by the Mayor of Greater Manchester is being sent to 50,000 residents to help them stay well at home during...

‘Virtual Village Hall’ launches to beat the boredom

A 'virtual village hall' has been launched to give people a chance to enjoy activities they would usually find at their local community hub...
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New Facebook page celebrates Salford’s wildlife

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