A £2million training centre with in-house accommodation is to be created in Salford for young people with unstable living arrangements.
Families facing homelessness in Salford and Trafford will have some cheer this Christmas, after staff at Salix Homes housing association have collected a ‘mountain of gifts’.
Salix Homes housing association, who now own the Duchy Road home where Delaney wrote her most famous play A Taste of Honey, are teaming up with Kersal Vale Beekeepers to produce commemorative honey pots for the second year running.
Salix Homes wants to honour youngsters who have selflessly made a positive difference within their community.
‘You could hear the boulders crashing through the trees’: Swinton trekker’s narrow escape from Nepal quake
A Swinton-based trekker has described the drama of her narrow escape from the Nepal earthquake, which has now claimed the lives of over 8,000 people.
The ‘irrecoverable debts’ relating to council tax, business rates, benefit overpayments and tenant arrears were shelved in a low-key council meeting yesterday afternoon
Blazin’ squad: Salford children breathe new life into cannabis plant pots seized in major drugs bust
Greater Manchester Police retrieved 120 plant pots following a major drugs bust in Swinton, Salford, last month, and decided to put the pots to a better use