Author: Kathryn Austin

“There’s a lot of love and attention that goes into it” – the Worsley-based brewery going from strength to strength

“There’s a lot of love and attention that goes into it” – the Worsley-based brewery going from strength to strength

A Salford man who set up Worlsey’s Hideaway Brewing Company during the pandemic, is producing a range of craft beer that is now on sale across the country.

AFC Monton sign - taken by Kathryn Austin

“We’re quite proud, and grateful to Sky for the collaboration” -AFC Monton to be used as Sky TV show filming location

AFC Monton is to be used as a filming location for the latest series of hit Sky TV show Brassic. Film […]

“The world is a better place when we do care for people” – Sacred Trinity Church to raise money for homeless people with beer and carols event

“The world is a better place when we do care for people” – Sacred Trinity Church to raise money for homeless people with beer and carols event

A Salford church is getting into the festive spirit and raising money and awareness for homelessness. This Sunday December 12, […]

This annual 'Christmas at the Mill' is yet another Salford tradition having to adapt this year. (Image of the market taken in a previous year)

“You are helping to support artists and makers in your local area” – Christmas Markets return to Islington Mill

Islington Mill are once again opening their doors for their annual Christmas market event – Christmas at the Mill. During […]

“It cheers people up” – Francis House Children’s Hospice’s Festival of Trees returns to MediaCityUK

“It cheers people up” – Francis House Children’s Hospice’s Festival of Trees returns to MediaCityUK

Francis House Children’s Hospice’s annual Christmas tree auction has returned to Quayside MediaCityUK for its fifteenth year. The Festival of […]

“This is a real treat for our audience, whilst also allowing us to get across a very important message” – Soaps including Coronation Street crossover to tackle climate change

“This is a real treat for our audience, whilst also allowing us to get across a very important message” – Soaps including Coronation Street crossover to tackle climate change

People have welcomed the news that Coronation Street is to crossover with the other soaps to draw attention to the […]

“It’s important to get outside, stretch our legs and connect to the seasons” – Salfordians embrace nature during Mindful Walk

“It’s important to get outside, stretch our legs and connect to the seasons” – Salfordians embrace nature during Mindful Walk

Salfordians have been embracing nature during a ‘Mindful Lunchtime Walk’, held in Peel Park this afternoon.

‘Naughty stories and big secrets’ – Explore Salford on foot this Autumn with the October Walking Festival

‘Naughty stories and big secrets’ – Explore Salford on foot this Autumn with the October Walking Festival

Salford Ranger Team have organised a full schedule of themed walks, set to take place all over the city throughout […]

Parrot of Doom, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

People on Universal Credit are struggling to feed themselves already, says a report led by the University of Salford

Research has shown that half of people claiming Universal Credit were living in food insecurity, even before the removal of the £20-a-week uplift.

Right Reverend John Arnold and parishioners from Salford hold the ‘Eyes of the World’ banner outside of Salford Cathedral. Photo Credit: Holly Jones/Diocese of Salford

“We all need to be aware of the damage being done to our Earth” – The Bishop of Salford sends a climate message to world leaders

Salford parishioners have joined together with the Head of the Catholic Church in Manchester to send a message to the […]