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“Our carers go above and beyond to meet the needs of their children”- Salford Council hosts the first face-to-face fostering event since the start of the pandemic

Today marks the start of foster care fortnight 2022 and Salford City Council are to host the first in-person fostering […]

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“It used to do well, but all of a sudden it’s shut”- Salford residents speak on increased food costs

The average food bill cost could increase to £271 after prices continue to rise. People across the country are struggling […]

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Bee Network cycle hire start consultation in Salford Quays “to encourage people to leave their cars at home”

TFGM were in Salford Quays today encouraging the residents of Greater Manchester to use their new E-bikes and pushbikes. The […]

“The longer it lasts, the harder it’s going to be”- Salford business owners express mixed views over new Covid restrictions

“The longer it lasts, the harder it’s going to be”- Salford business owners express mixed views over new Covid restrictions

Shop workers in Eccles have expressed generally supportive views over new Covid restrictions The governments Plan B options include reintroducing […]

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Plans for affordable housing approved by Salford Council

Three schemes have been approved by the city council which provide new affordable housing for the people of Salford. The […]

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“Absolutely the right thing to do” – Salford becomes England’s first living wage city

Salford has been recognised as England’s first living wage City after a 20-year long campaign exceeds its target. The Salford […]