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  1. Delighted to report that the Pearson and Brown, bench takes a further step towards completion following our visit today, to G.E. Robinson's timber yard in Salford. We have to give a massive thank you, to the fragrant, Hilary Curran, who has family relatives who work there, she told them about our restoration project and they could not have been more helpful. We were met by the Foreman, Andy Smith who could not have been more helpful, we gave him the measurements of the timber we require, and within minutes we were wearing Hi-Viz jackets and taken around the sheds and work site, which is some six acres in total and shown various stacks of timber. Andy carefully checked our measurements and advised us accordingly as to the best timber, we could use, he then measured up various lengths of timber, even going as far as to get a stacker driver, to bring down, what he thought was the best quality for us. If this was not enough, Andy has told us that he will get the timber cut to the correct size and then have it chemically treated, free of charge! The treating process takes a week, and we have made plans to pick it up next Friday, when it will be ready for cutting to size and assembling. Karl and I can not thank, Hilary Curran, Andy Smith. Kevin Smith and Gary Smith who all gave up their valuable time to help us, we are humbled! If we see you boys in the pub and you, Hilary the drinks are on Karl, we owe you a big drink! seriously we can't thank you enough! Finally in the next few weeks we shall be making our heartfelt pleas to any local joiner/carpenter who can help assemble the bench, worth a try surely?
  2. Two teenagers have been charged in connection with the death of Josiah Norman in Salford. Josiah was ran over, beaten and then stabbed to death on Pevril Road in the Weaste area of the city, shortly after 8:15pm on Wednesday 21st of April. The teenager sadly died as a result of his injuries after being rushed to hospital. Kellan Gummery (05/01/03) of Bridson Street, Salford and Dillon Saunders (11/03/02) of Stowell Street, Salford have both been charged with one count of murder. They have both been remanded in custody ahead of an appearance at Manchester and Salford Magistrates' Court on Monday 3 May 2021. Last Tuesday, 27th April, Kaylan Crankshaw (18/09/1993) of Dauntsey Avenue, Salford and a boy aged-17 who cannot be named for legal reasons appeared in court charged with murder. Police continue to appeal for information. Call police on 0161 856 2461 or the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting log 2921 of 21/04/21.
  3. During a press conference held this afternoon, Greater Manchester Police have named the teenager who was murdered during a brutal attack shortly after 8pm last night (Weds 21st April). Police say that 17-year-old Josiah Norman was run over by a car then brutally attacked with weapons by the vehicles occupants before being fatally stabbed in the chest. Police discovered two vehicles thought to be involved in the attack, set alight not far from the scene. Superintendent Glenn Jones, said that It is thought that the terrible attack was targeted as the result of a dispute: Police were also called to a home on Stowell Street after being informed of another youth having been stabbed in the arm. Officers attended and a 17-year-old was arrested on suspicion of murder and is currently being held in police custody. So far there have been 2 arrests made on suspicion of murder and a further 2 arrests made on charges that the police have not yet disclosed. A GoFundMe page to help with funeral costs has been set up for Josiah which can be found below, floral tributes have also been left at the scene by friends and family as well as neighbours. Fundraiser by Taylor McElroy : Funeral cost for young 17 year old Josiah (gofundme.com) The murder has rocked the otherwise quiet road in Weaste which remains cordoned off and is expected to stay that was for at least the next 24 hours if not longer as police continue to gather evidence. Anyone with information is asked to call 101, quoting incident 2921 of April 21; or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
  4. A murder investigation has been launched after a stabbing in Salford last night which left one teenage boy dead and another with stab wounds to his arm. Police were called shortly after 8.15pm on Wednesday 21 April to a report of a stabbing on Peveril Road, Salford. A 17-year-old boy was taken to hospital with a stab wound to the chest and sadly died from his injuries despite the best efforts of emergency services. A short time later, police were called to a second address on Stowell Street after receiving reports that a second 17-year-old boy had suffered stab wounds to his arm. The 17-year-old had already left the scene, and gone to hospital for treatment. Officers attended, and he was subsequently arrested on suspicion of murder. He remains in custody and enquiries are on-going. Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Wilkinson, of GMP's Major Incident Team, said: Chandos Grove is currently closed towards the junction with Pevril Road this morning as police conduct searches of the area, diversions are in place along Dodd Street. Anyone with information should call 101 quoting incident 2921 of 21/04/2021. Details can be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
  5. Police have launched a murder investigation after the fatal stabbing of a teenager on Pevril Road in Weaste yesterday evening (Weds 21st April). A 17-year-old boy was taken to hospital after being stabbed in the chest in what police believe to be a targeted attack, unfortunately the youth has died from his injuries. A 17-year-old suspect has been arrested and remains in police custody this morning. Pevril Road remains cordoned off this morning at both ends as police continue their investigations. Officer Stuart Wilkinson of GMP's Major Incident Unit has said that investigations are at an early stage so far but the force is working hard to identify and bring to custody those responsible. Anyone with information is asked to call 101, quoting incident 2921 of April 21 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111. Photos: Hilary Curran
  6. Police were called to an address on Stowell Street in Salford just after 10pm on Thursday 25 March after reports from the public of a firearms discharge having taken place. Officers attended the scene last night, and found that a window had been shot at, as well as a second address on neighbouring Bridson Street. Fortunately we have been told that no-one was injured and there have been no arrests have been made so far. A police cordon remains in place this morning, and Greater Manchester Police say that investigations are ongoing. Officers have been seen carrying out searches along the street looking for evidence which may have been left behind. Anyone with information should contact police on 0161 8565194 quoting log 3097 of 25/03/21. Alternatively, details can be passed on anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
  7. At around 2.50pm on Monday 28 December 2020, police were called by paramedics responding to a report of two injured males in Buile Hill Park off Eccles Old Road. Officers attended and established that three males, aged 18, 17 and 14, had been assaulted. They were taken to hospital and are expected to make a full recovery. Police have now launched an investigation and are appealing to members of the public who may have witnessed the incident to get in touch. DS Roger Jones, of GMP's Salford district, said: Anyone with information should contact police on 0161 856 2079 quoting 1474 28/12/20 or the independent charity - Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
  8. Further weapons found in Salford sweep after a spate of shootings across the city in recent weeks. Officers from GMP’s dedicated operation into tackling serious and organised crime in Salford were in Higher Broughton yesterday in the fifth of a series of action days aimed at disrupting criminal activity in the district. The action on Thursday (27 November 2020) saw officers recover three weapons - namely a shot gun, a revolver and an imitation firearm. All the items have been taken for forensic examination. This adds to previous finds in Lower Kersal a week ago (Friday 20 November) where a shot gun cartridge and 11 9mm bullets were found, and in Weaste earlier this month where approximately four kilograms of Class A drugs and 30 unspent shot gun cartridges, which have been submitted for forensic evidence for ongoing investigations as part of GMP’s dedicated Operation Naseby. The work is part of Op Naseby's disruption hub - formed in April earlier this year to reduce the activity of local organised crime groups. Since the inception of the disruption hub, there have been 134 arrests, 126 vehicles recovered, and 51 house searches. Meanwhile three men who were arrested yesterday over road-rage shooting in Kersal, have been released under investigation. Anyone with information is encouraged to directly contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111. Photo: Police search for hidden weapons in Kersal as part of Operation Naseby.
  9. Police were called to Kintyre Avenue in Weaste yesterday at around 5:40pm after reports of a firearms discharge. A male in his 30's is said to have sustained non life threatening injuries during the attack. The area remains cordoned off as police investigations take place. Anyone with information should call 0161 856 5976 or 101 quoting incident number 1932 of 27/10/20. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
  10. Emergency services were scrambled after reports that a female had fallen from the Derby Road bridge in Seedley at around 21:23 this evening (Monday 31st August), upon arrival it was quickly determined that the female had not sustained any serious injuries. One lane of the M602 was temporarily suspended during the incident but is now said to be flowing freely again. Police have now launched an investigation to determine the circumstances that led to the incident. A GMP Spokesperson said: Anyone who has any available information is asked to call Police on 101 quoting log number 3042 31/08/2020 or alternately details can be passed anonymously to the independent charity crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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  13. Shortly before midnight (07 Aug) Police were called to the scene of a stabbing incident in Weaste in which a 16 year old boy was attacked by a group and stabbed in the leg. This comes after reports of knives being used during thefts in several Salford parks over the past week. A GMP spokesman said:
  14. The early hours of this morning saw firefighters tackling a blaze at the derelict union building in the park grounds. The fire was quickly brought under control and it is thought to have been started deliberately. No damage was done to the historic Georgian greenhouse or the listed mansion house itself. Fire services have left and workers are currently onsite making the building secure again. One lady on Social Media said that This comes just days after a similar fire ripped through an out building at the former site of St Lukes CofE primary school little over a mile away on Eccles New Road, and just over eight months after another similar fire did irreparable damage to another building on the same site. It has been reported that there were no casualties and the fire is now out.
  15. Updated: Police say cause of the fire was deliberate. The fire seems to have been started in what was the old Nursery/Breakfast club portable classroom, erected on the site a year or so before it closed. It is thought that the main school building escaped the blaze but we have have been told that over the past few weeks or so the building had been ransacked, with pipes and fittings removed. St Luke's moved to a new state of the art £5.7m school built upon the old grounds of All Hallows / St Lawrences RC school between Hebden Avenue, Edward Avenue and Weaste Lane last year and has not operated from the old site since. Police and Firefighters have not yet disclosed the cause of the fire, although they have not ruled out it being Arson. The flames have now been brought under control and extinguished, whilst firefighters remain attending the scene this evening with three appliances to ensure it is out and also to locate the source and cause of the blaze. If you have information regarding the fire please contact the police on 101.
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