Author: Anna Dugdale

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Stunning poppy sculpture finds new home at Salford’s Imperial War Museum North

The famous cascading poppy display, designed to mark the end of the First World War, has found a new home in Salford, at the Imperial War Museum North.

Run the World
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“Barriers to physical activity was at the forefront of our minds, and safety is one of them” – Run the World, the new female running group in Monton

A women-only running group in Monton have said they want to create a safe space for women to run. With […]

Fay Watts, owner of The Dispensary
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Rebecca Long-Bailey and Maxine Peake back The Dispensary in Walkden’s World Vegan Day event

The Dispensary, a zero-waste shop in Walkden, is holding an event on 1st of November for World Vegan Day. World […]

Buzzy Bee, Swinton
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Zombies in the library! Swinton cafe The Buzzy Bee gears up for Halloween event

Buzzy Bee Brunch Club in Swinton are gearing up for their Halloween event which will see new Halloween themed treats brought to the menu.

The Lost Happy Endings coming to The Lowry Theatre.
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Prime Minister Pinocchio: The Lost Happy Endings ballet comes to The Lowry

A new ballet theatre production is opening at The Lowry theatre which will see some of the most memorable fairytale […]

Wellbeing Walks at RHS Bridgewater.Credit: Salford Community Leisure

“There was actually people crying on the first walk because they were so relieved” – Wellbeing Walks begin at RHS Bridgewater

Community bosses say wellbeing walks that provided a lifeline for people in Salford during lockdown will now benefit from a […]

Tara Collette - artist at Islington Mill.
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“Within a few months, I had a whole extra workbench in the studio just for glass making” – ‘lockdown hobby’ becomes full-time job for Islington Mill stained glass artist

Islington Mill stained glass artist, Tara Collette, explains how her ‘lockdown hobby’ became a full-time job and how she honed her craft.