This May brings National Share-a-Story Month back to life, celebrating the power of storytelling to help fulfill the Federation of Children’s Book Groups’ (FCBG) core aim of bringing children and stories together, and here’s Salford’s thoughts on it.
Author: Mair Llewellyn
On April 5, the Pink Butterfly Boutique is hosting a fundraising fashion show with Salford City Radio and Dancing with Dementia.
The Salford Veterans Breakfast Club won Best Age Friendly Project at this year’s Spirit of Salford Community Awards.
Screenshot of the Spirit of Salford Community Awards finalist page. Five of this year’s Spirit of Salford Community Awards finalists […]
Despite objections, The Crown Theatre in Eccles will be renovated into an estimated 80 flats, to the disappointment of many in the community.
Nursery chain director Nicola Fleury says she is ‘thrilled’ to have been recognised as Greater Manchester’s Business Person of the Year.
Nicola Fleury, the owner of Kidzrus private day nurseries, has been nominated for both Business Person of the Year and Employer of the Year.
This Thursday, Time to Change is encouraging everyone to get talking about mental health as part of Time to Talk day. Time to Change is a growing movement helping change the way we all think about mental health problems, with the aim of ending mental health discrimination.
Graystone Action Sports Academy is opening in Salford this December, offering 35,000 square feet of play for snowboarders, skiers, skateboarders and BMX riders.
With Christmas approaching, Salford Foodbank is asking the community to create ‘Reverse Advent Calendars’ to help local people in crisis.