The Cornerstone Day Centre in Hulme, run by charity Caritas Salford, offers refugees and asylum seekers the opportunity to socialise with each other and help them set up a life in the UK.
Author: Daniel George
Young directors at the University of Salford were given the chance to showcase their work at the first Regeneration Film Festival this week.
Deliveroo drivers were dealt a blow this week, after the High Court ruled that they were not classed as employees.
Salford based amateur side North Walkden FC are seeking out new faces for their first team.
It’s Irlam FC who go into this one as favourites with slightly better form than their opponents with tonight’s match […]
Frank Evans, aka “Frankie Defan,” played his last game for Rugby League side Swinton Lions on this day 88 years ago, but his legend lives on across Salford.
A charity director has warned that going hungry is far from the only problem for people using food banks in Salford. […]
VETERANS who are wheelchair bound will now be able to take part in a gardening project thanks to a donation […]
The Little Toy Tots Library has called for more people to volunteer at the organisation. The toy library, which provides […]
23 year old comedian, Jack Gleadow, has won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year award. Born in Hull, Gleadow […]