As Black History Month comes to an end, training provider, Women with Wings,ended their celebrations at the Bethany Family Worship Centre in […]
A woman from Salford has shared her heartbreak as Buile Hill Mansion, a place she played in as a young […]
A tour is coming to Salford documenting the deep history of the Quays. The tour will document the Quays’ journey […]
Car Park King, a comedy production about the life of Richard III is coming to Salford’s The Kings Arms.
A fund-raising event at Salford Lads’ club, a Q and A with Oasis star Noel Gallagher, has sold out in […]
Over 4,000 replica bullets have been used to create a breathtaking tribute sculpture for the 75th anniversary of D-Day, unveiled at Salford Quays.
Ordsall residents on Thursday celebrated twenty-five years of ‘Lighting the Legend’ with a photographic exhibition commemorating the lantern festival.
“A great treasure”: Salford’s Working Class Movement Library ‘thrilled’ to have acquired a rare Sylvia Pankhurst newspaper collection.
The stories of a post-First World War world were brought to life last night in the Imperial War Museum on Salford Quays. The Mercury Prize nominated band, Field Music, played songs inspired by a graphic record of the final days of the war.
Staff and students from the University of Salford took part in a march to St Peter’s Square to see the […]