Author: Katherine Dinsdale

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“It’s really for those who may have found themselves in a financial struggle like never before” – How Salford is leading the way in reducing food wastage

With price increases growing faster than ever, people are looking to alternative ways to afford basic needs. The Salford Community […]

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“It’s an experience I’d like him to have” – The Lowry are helping parents of children with disabilities attend the theatre for the first time

Parents of young people with additional needs in Salford can take their families to performances at the Lowry. This is […]

“I feel as if this is Boris trying to improve his popularity ratings at the expense of general practices” – Salford medical practice feels pressured by recent booster announcement

“I feel as if this is Boris trying to improve his popularity ratings at the expense of general practices” – Salford medical practice feels pressured by recent booster announcement

A booster vaccine is now available to every adult aged 18-years-old in England. Prime minister Boris Johnson announced last night […]

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“It’s for the vunerable in the area so everyone has something to open on Christmas day”- Salford Charity is brightening up Christmas for lonely elders

Salford charity Home Instead is encouraging people to buy a gift for lonely seniors this Christmas. This can be done […]

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“My five-year-old is in year one now and he’s struggling to read and write” – Salford schoolchildren still suffering lockdown learning issues

Schoolchildren across Salford are at different stages of learning as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns, almost two years on. Children […]

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“We’re very fortunate to be able to meet in the art gallery” – Salford Art Club exhibition is launched

Salford Art Gallery has launched their Salford Art Club exhibition, giving artists in the city a chance to showcase their […]

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Proud Salford resident writes song called “Salford” to celebrate the city’s individuality

A Salford resident has written a song called “Salford” to parody a song by the Beautiful South called “Manchester”. Bernie […]

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“I actually felt some emotional safety for the first time since lockdown” – Salford singer finds comfort in Buile Hill Park

A Salford musician has been singing at the pavilion café in Buile Hill Park after finding it benefited her mental health.

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“The nurses were just incredible, they were angels” – Salford woman writes poem about her eating disorder treatment

Esther Koch, 24, was admitted to Salford Royal Hospital a couple of years ago and has now written a poem […]

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Salford homeless people given community garden in new RHS Garden Bridgewater

Homeless people in Salford have been given an allotment plot in the new £44 million RHS Garden Bridgewater. The homeless […]