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“Couldn’t care less” – Salford Sainsbury’s is targeted by Greenpeace for their plastic pollution

“Couldn’t care less” – Salford Sainsbury’s is targeted by Greenpeace for their plastic pollution

A Sainsbury’s store in Salford was the target of a campaign fronted by Greenpeace Manchester over their overuse of plastic and levels of waste.

Azeem Amir

“Even if I can inspire or engage one person to think differently, it’s a great result”- Blind Footballer Azeem Amir’s story

England Blind Footballer and University of Salford student Azeem Amir talks about his 2020 Paralympic dreams and his growth in the sport.

Nine things to do in Salford during the Easter holidays

Nine things to do in Salford during the Easter holidays

With the Easter holidays just around the corner Salford are hosting a range of events to keep children busy. Here are the top nine including water sports, acting and Easter egg hunts.

Urban Exploration Salford
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“Steeped in history” – Urban explorers on forgotten Salford

A new hobby is uncovering the forgotten histories of Salford – urban exploration. It involves exploring abandoned buildings and sharing the contents online.

Warming up in a training session with Parks and Pathways Nordic Walking group.

“I knew it would benefit the people of Salford” – how Nordic walking is helping the city get fitter

Salford might not be the most obvious place for a hike if you’re keen to try Nordic walking – but Susan Spain is on a mission to change that perception.

The Kings Arms, Salford

Salford pub to help LGBTQ+ community in Greater Manchester’s prisons

A Salford pub is helping to provide a better life for LGBTQ+ prisoners in Manchester’s prisons. The Kings Arms, partnered […]

Asia Triennial Manchester Festival embraces ‘openness and inclusiveness’

Asia Triennial Manchester Festival embraces ‘openness and inclusiveness’

Chinese artist Han Bing, took to the streets of Greater Manchester this week in his latest work, as part of the two-week Asia Triennial Manchester Festival.

Salford’s “revolutionary radical spirit lives on” at May Day Parade

HUNDREDS gathered in Salford to celebrate May Day Parade, marking 150 years since the Salford Trade Unions Council was formed. […]

Meet the two Salford mums promoting positive mental health in children

TWO mums from Salford have set up Share, a group that aims to promote children’s positive mental  by assisting carers […]