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SALFORD NOW LIVE BLOG 20th October – Salford businesses rally round to provide free meals for schookids

SALFORD NOW LIVE BLOG 20th October – Salford businesses rally round to provide free meals for schookids

Reece Horvath is writing the blog today and will be updating you throughout the day on news relating to Salford businesses lining up to support hungry schoolchildren during half-term.

Salford overpass, coronavirus warning. Image credit: Matthew Lanceley

SALFORD NOW LIVE BLOG 20th October – Greater Manchester Covid-19 lockdown deadline passes

Phoebe Hughes will update you today on news relating to the Government deadline on imposing Tier 3 lockdown restrictions across Greater Manchester.

Staff stand outside Salford Royal Hospital in Manchester during a minute's silence to pay tribute to the NHS staff and key workers who have died during the coronavirus outbreak. Image Credits - PA Images/Peter Byrne

SALFORD NOW LIVE BLOG 19th October – news, sport, weather and more from around Salford

Welcome to Salford Now’s live blog! Phoebe Hughes is writing the blog today and will be updating you throughout the day on news across Salford.

Anti-Prime Day: How you can support Salford independents and shun Amazon

Anti-Prime Day: How you can support Salford independents and shun Amazon

Consumer groups have urged shoppers to refute Amazon Prime Day and think locally by supporting small independent shops across the UK instead.

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“Everyone understands the benefits green infrastructure will bring” – Salford environmental project to complete first phase

An experimental rain garden at the University of Salford aims to make Salford greener and cleaner, The Rain Garden, a Nature-Based […]

SALFORD NOW LIVE BLOG 12 October – news, sport, weather and more from around Salford

SALFORD NOW LIVE BLOG 12 October – news, sport, weather and more from around Salford

Jaspar Shepherdson is writing the blog today and will be updating you throughout the day on news across Salford.

Matt Concannon, founder of the Thirsty Poet

The Thirsty Poet: A business born out of the COVID lockdown

Our hospitality industry has taken quite a beating during the Covid-19 era. While so many businesses are having to completely […]

Back In Business: “It’s what we love to do” – Fibre Hairdressing on covid’s impact

Back In Business: “It’s what we love to do” – Fibre Hairdressing on covid’s impact

Many people’s first priority when they leave lockdown will be to finally get a haircut after four months of despair. […]

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“Making the vision of a healthier environment” Protecting the River Irwell

Representatives from the Irwell River Catchment and Groundwork Greater Manchester attended the Greater Manchester Natural Capital Conference to further the […]

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The Student Union project making Salford sustainable

Salford University’s Student Union is going green this month to encourage positive, environmental change. The campaign, titled “Go Green Salford”, […]