Residents are carefully hopeful the local Bee Network scheme will go ahead and make roads safer for young and elderly
A food delivery service set up in Urmston during lockdown has secured premises to open its first restaurant. Dirty Bird
The Urmston food scene could potentially draw comparisons to Game of Thrones.
Over 80% of businesses in Media City have ditched plastic straws, according to a new survey.
An Urmston cafe just became the number one ranked restaurant in Manchester on TripAdvisor – just 16 months after opening.
‘Every man for himself!’: The chaos of commuting from Urmston to Manchester on overcrowded Northern Rail
This week Andy Burnham proclaimed ‘enough is enough’ when it comes to Northern Rail’s service. With this rallying cry he’s become the voice of the voiceless – and we’re counting on him to be heard.
With a strong turnout in Stretford and Urmston and in Sale and Altrincham West, Labour’s Kate Green and the Conservatives’ Graham Brady both won strong victories in their respective constituencies.
Flixton Manor, in Urmston, has been placed in ‘Special Measures’ following an inspection published earlier this month.
‘All my staff are good people’: MD at Urmston play centre defends Food Standards Agency record-keeping fail
The Managing Director of an Urmston play centre that was awarded a one star hygiene rating by the Food Standards Agency for falsifying documents has defended her company.
‘Dried faecal matter and a malodorous smell’: Urmston care home putting residents ‘at risk of infection’ says CQC
‘Dried faecal matter’, ‘matted hair’ and ‘a malodourous smell’ were discovered during a CQC inspection at a Manchester care home for the elderly.
From Urmston to Lourdes… Manchester’s very own youngest international karate referee seeks BUCS success
Having become the world’s youngest international karate referee and spending the last three summers volunteering at Lourdes, it is fair to say Urmston’s Tyler McKenna is not your average sportsman.