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Some Salford tips will reopen this weekend – but only for ‘absolutely necessary’ visits

Salford Council have today revealed that some household waste sites will re-open from this Saturday, but have urged the public to only go if ‘absolutely necessary’.

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Mum-of-four on mission to show Salford families how to cook meals for a fiver

A Salford mum-of-four has launched a pioneering project to help feed entire families for just a fiver. Rose Mulgrew, from […]

“I’m not going to give up raising awareness” – zero-waste pop up shop comes to Irlam

“I’m not going to give up raising awareness” – zero-waste pop up shop comes to Irlam

The owner of a zero-waste store in Sale has hosted the first zero-waste pop-up shop in Irlam, in hopes Salford residents being more eco-friendly.

‘We keep your kids off the streets’ Salford Boxing Coach on importance of funding

‘We keep your kids off the streets’ Salford Boxing Coach on importance of funding

Salford based boxing trainer Gary Booth has expressed the importance of donations to local boxing gyms in order to keep young kids off the streets.

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Salford Trading Standards seize over £18k worth of illegal cigarettes

Officers across the city have seized illegal cigarettes from six local shops worth £18,000. The raids were carried out by […]

The Man on the Bench at Irlam Station. Photo Laura Joffre

New life-size statue unveiled at Irlam station

The local community gathered at Irlam Station on Monday morning for the unveiling of a new artwork, known as the Man on the Bench. The 200kg life-size statue of an old man resting on a Victorian bench is a bronze cast of a work originally created 40 years ago, by a then pupil of the local high school, Simon Law.