News from April 2014

Plymouth man fined for fly-tipping in Salford

30 April 2014
A Plymouth man who was caught fly-tipping in Salford - a five-hour drive from his home - has been fined.

Spirit of Salford Festival

29 April 2014
Salford is to host a month-long festival in May as part of the city's Spirit of Salford campaign.

Triple success for Salford

28 April 2014
Pioneering communications work which helps cut reoffending among young people and sets young children on the right road to learning has won Salford three top awards.

Cricketer caught with a fly-tipping fine

25 April 2014
A man who claimed to be an ex-Lancashire cricketer has been caught fly-tipping in Salford.

Candidates for 2014 local election announced

25 April 2014
Salford City Council has published a full list of candidates for the 2014 local election.

Town hall turns theatre to celebrate suffragettes

25 April 2014
A town hall which wasn't even built when suffragettes launched their campaign for the vote will turn theatre next month to celebrate their achievements.

Fly-tipper from Plymouth dumped rubbish in Salford

16 April 2014
A woman from Plymouth who drove 290 miles and dumped rubbish in Salford has been fined.

Gold buyer tries to make an extra £30 but pays out £400

16 April 2014
A gold buyer has been fined £400 after misleading a Trading Standards officer posing as a customer.

Shelagh Delaney Day announced

15 April 2014
Salford is to make 25 November the city's official annual Shelagh Delaney Day in tribute to one of its most famous writers.

Salford's Spirited Weekender

14 April 2014
A town hall is to host a festival weekend of music, drama, poetry, dance, food and fun as part of its Spirit of Salford campaign.

Salford youngsters look to the future

11 April 2014
Young people in Salford have been given a big step on the career ladder through a Salford City Council work programme.

Salford appoints new Council Director

11 April 2014
Salford has appointed a new Council Director to guide the city through a period of massive cuts and unprecedented change to public services.

Carers urged to come forward

10 April 2014
Over a third of carers in Salford are giving more than 100 hours per week of care putting their own health at risk.

Salford City Council 'disappointed' as fly-tippers fined

10 April 2014
Salford City Council has expressed ‘disappointment' that three fly-tippers were fined just £215 after a litter crackdown in the city.

Make your mark in Salford (April)

9 April 2014
Salford residents are being reminded to register to vote and make their mark in Salford.

Award winning authors donate books to the city

4 April 2014
Two Salford authors have donated their award winning book to each of the city's 18 libraries.

Friendly way to show the Spirit of Salford

4 April 2014
Friendly folk and those in need of company are being urged to join a new befriending scheme in Boothstown, Worsley and Ellenbrook.

TUC: Salford a 'bright spot' on Living Wage map

1 April 2014
City Mayor Ian Stewart has welcomed a TUC report that backs Salford's campaign to become a Living Wage city.

Trusty people needed to help charities

1 April 2014
Lawyers, managers, finance, communications and HR specialists are being urged to use their skills to help Salford charities and community groups.

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