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.
Pupils from 10 different schools across Salford voted for their favourite book at this years’ Salford Children’s Book Award. The winner, The 1,000 Year Old Boy by Ross Welford.
A Salford pub is helping to provide a better life for LGBTQ+ prisoners in Manchester’s prisons. The Kings Arms, partnered […]
From Monday 9 to Saturday 14 of October libraries all across the country will showcase an array of free creative […]
FROM the same publishing company as Harry Potter, best-selling author Samantha Shannon is set to have her third book published […]
ESTEEMED writer Michael Morpurgo saw his book ‘Where My Wellies Take Me’ adapted and brought to the Lowry theatre in […]
Gino D’Acampo has a new restaurant ‘Gino D’Acampo – My Restaurant’ in Manchester. We in interviewed the ‘This Morning’ star […]
THERE was whizpopping fun in the festive adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The BFG at Bolton’s Octagon Theatre. Here’s what Quays […]
SEATS in the Royal Exchange Theatre were packed as literature fans gathered to see Robert Harris discuss power, politics, and […]
Adult colouring in books are in the top ten Amazon best sellers chart Stockport NHS Art Psychotherapist says colouring in […]