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“Our carers go above and beyond to meet the needs of their children”- Salford Council hosts the first face-to-face fostering event since the start of the pandemic

Today marks the start of foster care fortnight 2022 and Salford City Council are to host the first in-person fostering […]

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Salford Councillor labels city “the grimmest place on Earth”

Bob Clarke, Conservative councillor for Boothstown and Ellenbrook, has voiced his displeasure at the Salford skyline following plans for a […]

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“It doesn’t matter where you come from” – Salford Arts Theatre is offering free winter fun sessions for children over the Christmas holidays

Salford Arts Theatre is offering free winter fun sessions for children aged who are eligible for free school meals over […]

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Have your say on the Swinton town centre development planning

Salford City Council has opened a public survey for residents to have their say on how to help revive Swinton town centre […]

“We want to rebuild our community” Northern Independence Party candidates say trams should be extended in Salford

“We want to rebuild our community” Northern Independence Party candidates say trams should be extended in Salford

A new political party that proposes a breakaway North is hoping to win council seats in Salford in the local […]

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Pendleton housing and regeneration project set to move into phase three

The third phase of a £1.91 million regeneration project to build more than 100 new homes in Pendleton has been […]

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“I’m not a Tesco. I’m not an Aldi. I’m a tiny little shop” – Eco-shop not eligible for emergency funding

The Dispensary in Walkden had just a few months of standard business operation before Covid struck and changed everything. The […]

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“It just gets to the point where you say ‘why always me'” – Eccles residents’ fury over fly-tipping and overflowing bins

Church Street in Eccles has become the home of a mountain of rubbish and fly-tipping recently, with residents getting increasingly […]