Author: Reanne Donkor

Image: The Treehouse Cafe. Permission to use granted by Eliška at The Treehouse Cafe.

“One of the most important things is to support your local businesses” – Treehouse Cafe owners reflect on running micro-business during a pandemic

Thirsty and hungry customers have been flocking back to an independent coffee shop in Lower Broughton in the week since […]

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“There were still signs of its former life as a bustling community club” – Urban explorer visits The Adelphi Lads Club

Images from inside a derelict Salford lads club are providing what could be a last glimpse of the iconic building […]

“It’s the next best thing to the pub!” – Free virtual escape room and virtual quiz night open to Salford residents

‘5 Star Entertainment’ are offering an exclusive free incentive to Salford residents in the form of a virtual escape room […]

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“It’s a community effort” – Salford Litter Heroes coming together to clean up the streets

Salford Litter Heroes, an environmental conservation organisation, are demonstrating that they are a force for change by volunteering their spare […]

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The online sweet shop delivering “a little taste of Blackpool to your home”

Lauren’s Sweet Shop is based in Salford and has been working hard after remoulding their business into providing home deliveries of […]

Lisa bringing Meals on Wheels to Salford residents

Ordsall ‘meals on wheels’ team works through pandemic to be “here for everyone”

The team at The Tatton community cafe in Ordsall is helping out vulnerable residents by providing affordable meals on wheels […]

“All they want is love” Salford residents foster dogs in need

More Salford pet lovers are being signed up during the pandemic to foster dogs in need. Intensive care nurse Ashley […]