News

Warm Christmas bonus for residents

15 December 2014
Vulnerable residents will be warm this Christmas thanks to free energy-efficient boilers.

More time to donate

12 December 2014
Salford residents are being given more time to donate to the Alan Henning memorial fund.

Christmas card competition winner announced

11 December 2014
The winner of Salford City Mayor's Christmas card competition has been announced.

Salford becomes first heart safe city in UK

10 December 2014
Salford has become the first city in the UK to have defibrillators in every one of its 97 schools.

Warm wishes this Christmas

9 December 2014
Emergency service staff are teaming up with Salford City Council staff to deliver Christmas cards which could help save lives this winter.

Don't let loan sharks eat you alive this Christmas

8 December 2014
Salford City Council is warning people against taking out loans from illegal money lenders and unscrupulous loan sharks.

Appeal for help launched

8 December 2014
Salford City Council has launched its annual Christmas food bank appeal for staff and members of the public.

CCTV nets 64 arrests in Salford

5 December 2014
Eagled eyed CCTV staff at Salford City Council have helped police make 64 arrests in 92 days and helped find seven missing people who could have gone on to harm themselves.

£500,000 raid on counterfeit toys and phones

4 December 2014
Over £500,000 worth of fake toys and smart phones have been seized in a raid in Salford.

Unique bed comes home to Salford!

4 December 2014
A bed dating back to the 1570s, and lost for centuries, turned up at auction by Bonhams of London recently.

Daughter sees mum paint the way in England's oldest park

27 November 2014
It's usually parents who stick their children's artwork to the fridge for everyone to see.

Twenty's plenty for 45 more schools

24 November 2014
Forty five new 20 miles per hour limits are to be created on streets around primary schools in Salford.

Salford launches £56 million budget conversation

24 November 2014
Salford residents are being invited to have a conversation about the future of local council services and what they would be prepared to do to help themselves, their families and their city.

Bingo, gospel zumba and healthy eating win recognition

20 November 2014
The team that brought you health bingo, gospel zumba and how to make healthy meals for under £1 a portion has won a national award.

Work starts on loop line

17 November 2014
The work starting from the former Worsley station will improve one of Salford's most popular paths.

Success for Salford filmmaker

17 November 2014
The son of a Salford councillor is celebrating TV success.

Don't spoil Christmas with a penalty

17 November 2014
Christmas shoppers are being reminded to stay out of bus lanes in Salford to avoid paying a penalty.

Dangerous toys could have harmed children

12 November 2014
A company director continued to supply hundreds of dangerous and counterfeit toys, despite extensive advice from Salford City Council's trading standards officers, a court has heard

Eccles rolls up sleeves for clean up

12 November 2014
Residents of Eccles are rolling up their sleeves to give part of the town its biggest clean up ever.

Eyes down as bingo helps health improvement

11 November 2014
Health chiefs in Salford have turned to bingo to help people improve their health.

Ex-forces artist creates tribute to fallen soldiers

11 November 2014
A Salford artist has created a piece of artwork to remember fallen soldiers.

New school planned for Walkden

10 November 2014
Plans to build a brand new primary school in Walkden have been given the go ahead by Salford City Council.

Opera sets sail on Bridgewater Canal

10 November 2014
Six Salford primary schools are adding an unusual twist to their history lessons - by writing and staging their own opera.

Shelagh Delaney Day events announced

10 November 2014
The full programme of events for the inaugural Shelagh Delaney Day has been announced.

‘Look before you book' a Christmas meal

7 November 2014
Salford City Council is urging residents to ‘look before they book' this Christmas.

Peel Park plans new welcome

7 November 2014
Visitors to Peel Park will be getting a warm new welcome thanks to plans to open up access.

New cycle and pedestrian scheme gets into gear

5 November 2014
Work has started on a new £1 million cycleway and pedestrian in Salford.

Salford City Council wins Living Wage Champion Award

4 November 2014
Salford City Council has won the first Living Wage Champion Award for the North West.

Salford tenants say yes

4 November 2014
Salford City Council tenants have said yes to transferring their homes to Salix Homes in a move which will release millions of pounds of investment.

Alan Henning Memorial Fund reaches nearly £10,000

3 November 2014
The Alan Henning Memorial Fund, set up by Salford City Council in collaboration with SalfordOnline.com, has nearly raised £10,000.

High tech play boost for Buile Hill Park

3 November 2014
High tech electronics will meet traditional swings and see-saws in plans to revitalise the children's play area at Salford's Buile Hill Park.

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