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Today we paid a return visit to Ringley Village to see local history book publisher, Sue Richardson, to see how she is coping with book sales and the Corona virus, also to present her with the salford.media award in recognition of both her and Neil's work in documenting and preserving the diverse history of Salford and Greater Manchester. For over 40 years they have been publishing local history books at affordable prices, with books that cover all aspects of life in Salford and Greater Manchester, which are a boon to both the serious academic and keen local historian, alike.
Salford City Council has made the list of candidates standing in the local, city mayor and metro mayor elections available to view after the deadline to be added passed this evening. They can be downloaded via the councils elections webpage or directly via the links below. We will be updating our own elections pages in the coming days. For local election candidates see : Download For Salford City Mayor election candidates see: Download For GM Metro Mayor election candidates see: Download If you have not yet signed up to vote, there is still time, you can find link
Outstanding Salford residents, volunteers, and public servants who have helped Salford through the COVID-19 pandemic were recognised at the Spirit of Salford Community Awards 2021. The winners were announced at a special virtual awards ceremony (Thursday 4 March). Salford City Mayor Paul Dennett said: Winners of the awards were: Chosen by a public vote: Citizen of the year: Gemma Fish Gemma is the driving force behind Walkden and Little Hulton Step Into Action, which has made a tremendous difference to the community during the pandemic,
This coming 4th of March it is time once more for the city to pay tribute to the outstanding members of the public and public services that make a huge difference in Salford, with this years awards especially so much more important as our City has battled through some of the most difficult times in living memory. The awards are spread over seven category awards and four overall awards which have been sponsored by Salford based UK telecoms and internet provider TalkTalk Group, Lady Bird Nurseries, Salix Homes, Salford Royal Hospital, SCC Group, Social 7 and The Landing. To chec