A Salford-born musician used his love of music to help him grieve his father by writing an award-winning album.
Author: Imogen Holland
Irlam Live music festival kicks off at Prince’s Park with performances from Marc Almond, The Farm, Clint Boon, Salford Jets and many more.
A book, titled Mr Alzheimers, has been released into five schools in Salford to teach children about alzheimer’s and dementia.
Patients of Salford Royal Hospital share their experiences of time spent in the hospital, as well as the incredible staff that treated them.
Luca Silvestrini’s Protein, Dance Manchester and The Lowry came together on Friday to produce a one-off performance of Border Tales which views themes of migration, different cultures and identity.
With the Easter holidays just around the corner Salford are hosting a range of events to keep children busy. Here are the top nine including water sports, acting and Easter egg hunts.
The Ceremonial Mayor and Mayoress of Salford will host a Masquerade Ball at Buile Hill Park on 2nd March to raise money for charities across the region.
The Chatty Cafe Scheme has won the Innovative in Ageing award which includes a grant of £7,500 to put towards the scheme.
Salford MP Graham Stringer says he will not join breakaway Labour MPs and claims their resignations were down to Brexit – not anti-Semitism.
An average person will put on 0.5kg-1kg of weight on over Christmas but groups in Salford are fighting back to tackle the problem and reduce obesity.