To kick off National Dragonfly Week The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside and Carbon Landscape are hosting the Dragonfly Festival this weekend at Prince’s Park, Irlam.
Author: Chloe Deakin
On Wednesday 16 March, Salford Litter Heroes took on the challenge of clearing litter from Lower Broughton Road and the surrounding streets.
On Wednesday 27 March, volunteers from the community came together to give the Peel Park flower beds some attention.
This Saturday, 23 March, a charity Zumbathon is taking place in Swinton in aid of Beyond Bea and 4Louis, two charities that focus on raising awareness of baby loss and bereavement and aim to educate healthcare professionals in order to improve bereavement care.
Last Thursday, The Deans Youth Centre in Swinton hosted an International Women’s Day event for young girls across Salford.
Hung Theatre are bringing a collection of six brand new plays to The King’s Arms in Salford in March. ‘Snowflakes’ is a collection of six new plays, written by six up and coming writers, all written to the theme of ‘The Snowflake Generation’.
Ladybones, a play exploring OCD and identity, had a sold out audience captivated last Thursday at The King’s Arms.
STARBURST Magazine will host their International Film Festival at The Landing on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th March 2019.The STARBURST International Film Festival is a celebration of genre movies; offering the best of cult, independent, horror, sci-fi, and fantasy – both classic revivals and new releases.
According to The Office for National Statistics, 4.7% of Salford’s population is ‘unemployed’.
Yesterday volunteers from Salford set out to clear the seasonal pond on The Crescent Meadow across the bridge from Peel Park.