Tag: Salford news

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Salford’s local foodbanks threatened by a funding crisis

Four of our local foodbank centres are facing possible closure if funding and new accommodation cannot be found. The future […]

Jordan Ryan, football coach. Credit: Lydia Ransome

“I can’t leave him there to die” Football coach from Salford helps to save young boy’s life after stabbing

A football coach from Salford helped to keep a 14-year-old stabbing victim alive until paramedics arrived. Jordan Ryan was coaching […]

ADHD awareness training heads to Salford schools

ADHD awareness training heads to Salford schools

The UK’s ADHD foundation has pledged that it will offer free training to all schools in Salford in November by offering free training in schools.

Salford marks 80th anniversary of ‘Love on the Dole’ influential book

Salford marks 80th anniversary of ‘Love on the Dole’ influential book

Salford remembers Walter Greenwood on the 80th anniversary of the influential book ‘Love on the Dole’.The book was published in the 1930’s.

‘Electric atmosphere’ at Sounds From The Other City

Sounds From The Other City returns to Islington Mill for its 14th year running as music artists are welcomed to the stage by crowds of up to 3000.

Find out what lies beneath the River Irwell this Sunday

Visitors can learn about the surprising eco-systems beneath River Irwell’s grey waters this Sunday with the Mersey River Trust. A […]

EXCLUSIVE: “Malicious and false alarms are a problem” for Salford firefighters

THE borough manager of Salford has said that false alarms are becoming increasingly problematic for the fire service.  Ben Levy, […]