News from March 2015

Youth MP elected

30 March 2015
Teenager Laura Edwards will have more to worry about than her A levels this year.

Council welcomes decision to protect Broadoak

27 March 2015
Salford City Council has welcomed a decision to protect Salford's green spaces.

Irlam Station House opens its doors for the first time in 25 years

27 March 2015
A £2 million regeneration project in Greater Manchester has breathed new life into a ruined station house which has been standing derelict for almost a quarter of a century.

Two tonnes of rubbish cleaned up - and new litter patrols started

25 March 2015
Over 400 people turned out for Salford's first giant community clean up - and collected two tonnes of rubbish.

Young stars of Salford wanted for film

25 March 2015
Salford's top ten young people who really make a difference to their community are being sought for a unique film.

Salford staff get green light to launch care company

24 March 2015
Salford City Council staff have been given the green light to launch a new company to deliver £10.5 million worth of adult social care services.

Salford school receives ambassador status

23 March 2015
A Salford school has become the first to receive Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Ambassador status for their commitment to tackling child sexual exploitation.

New jobs created as tourism continues to grow

20 March 2015
Over 180 new jobs in tourism were created in Salford in 2013 according to the latest figures.

Salford gets ready for spring clean

19 March 2015
Dozens of Salfordians will be rolling up their sleeves this weekend to give the city a spring clean.

Apprentices and council taste success

17 March 2015
Staff at Salford City Council are celebrating after tasting success in prestigious local business awards.

Home tweet home - Salford's housing boom for birds

16 March 2015
Salford's current housing boom isn't just providing new city centre flats.

Amazing support for Salford six

16 March 2015
An appeal to find a new home for six Salford brothers and sisters who want to stay together has already generated over 100 responses.

Living Wage scores highly with staff

10 March 2015
Staff at the AJ Bell Stadium, Salford are celebrating scoring a welcome success.

Happy homes for children as gay adoption thrives in Salford

6 March 2015
Gay couples are making Salford one of the country's top spots when it comes to adopting children.

Foster home wanted for family of six

4 March 2015
Fostering staff at Salford City Council are facing their biggest challenge ever - to find a permanent home for six brothers and sisters.

Clean up call goes out to groups

3 March 2015
Community groups and local people are being urged to roll up their sleeves and help spruce up Salford.

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