Author: Daniel George

Salford charity has been “life changing” says asylum seeker

Salford charity has been “life changing” says asylum seeker

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.

Regenerate Film Festival opens the door for budding directors in Salford

Regenerate Film Festival opens the door for budding directors in Salford

Young directors at the University of Salford were given the chance to showcase their work at the first Regeneration Film Festival this week.

“A unique place in a unique team” – A retrospective on Swinton legend Frank Evans

“A unique place in a unique team” – A retrospective on Swinton legend Frank Evans

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.

Food banks in Salford “are just the tip of the iceberg”, says charity director

Food banks in Salford “are just the tip of the iceberg”, says charity director

A charity director has warned that going hungry is far from the only problem for people using food banks in Salford. […]

Donation of railway sleepers will help disabled veterans at Leigh charity Shoulder to Soldier

VETERANS who are wheelchair bound will now be able to take part in a gardening project thanks to a donation […]

Salford student wins best comedian of the year award

23 year old comedian, Jack Gleadow, has won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year award. Born in Hull, Gleadow […]