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This is the place: Monton has a colourful community vibe and...

Monton is a thriving Salford suburb destined for great things. There’s a real buzz about the place, with indie cafés, tea rooms and bars...

Former Salford MP Hazel Blears receives honorary doctorate for her work...

One of Salford’s best-know faces over the last 25 years, former MP and Cabinet minister Hazel Blears, has received an honorary doctorate for her...

The huge new RHS garden in Boothstown is almost ready –...

A spectacular new public gardens bringing back to life the sprawling former Worsley New Hall estate in Salford is nearing completion. The Royal Horticultural Society...

World first for Salford University in race to reduce global CO2 emissions

Work is set to start on a world-leading home energy research centre at the University of Salford. The £16 million state-of-the-art project will be at...

24-hour pottery people: the Salford man proving ceramics is the new...

We all loved watching Manchester chef Adam Reid get through to the finals of TV cookery competition Great British Menu to represent the north west. But...

A monthly street food market is coming to Salford with top...

One of the biggest street food events in the UK is coming to Salford for the first time. Starting this weekend, Grub, which currently runs...

New Salford venue offers wellness studios, mindful dining, co-working and cocktails...

There are plenty of wellness studios, stylish cocktail bars and mindful dining options in Manchester. But FoodWell is set to be the new destination...

Meet the brothers bringing tapas to Chapel Street Salford

There seems to be a real buzz about Chapel Street at the moment with an array of independent businesses making a beeline for the...

The Salford Makers encouraging creativity in the community

It’s been over 20 years since I’ve attempted any sort of creative endeavour, so I have to admit it’s with a little trepidation that...

Dr John Cooper Clarke on meat and potato pies – and...

Dr John Cooper Clarke rose to fame as a ‘people’s poet’ in the 1970s, touring with bands like the Sex Pistols, The Clash, and Siouxsie...

Vero Moderno new winter menu offers seasonal Italian cooking with a...

You might not expect to find a gem of an Italian restaurant outside the city centre. But Vero Moderno on Chapel Street is just that. The cosy...

18 years in the making: Salford Quays comes of age

One of the biggest and most successful regeneration projects in the history of the north west has come of age. This year marks 18 years...

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