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  1. Three men have been arrested on suspicion of violent disorder after a fight broke out between a group of males shortly before the end of England's triumphant 2-0 win against Germany in Euro2020. Police were called just before 6:49pm after reports of a in progress at the pub on Manchester Road in the Walkden area of Salford. A spokesperson for GMP said: "At 1849hrs on Tuesday 29th June 21 police were called to a report of fighting at the Stocks Hotel, Manchester Road in Worsley. "Officers attended and established that a fight had taken place involving a group of males. "Three males have been arrested at the scene, in relation to violent disorder."
  2. The results for the Elections held on Thursday 6th May 2021 for the Worsley & Westwood Park are as follows: Adam Kealey The Conservative Party Candidate 1082 Ben Grogan Labour Party 850 Christopher Bertenshaw Green Party 456 Daniel Lee Wells Liberal Democrats 130 James Karl Blessing Liberal Democrats 275 Karen Margaret Garrido The Conservative Party Candidate 1440 - 3YR Michelle Anne Mullen Labour Party 1007 Robin John Garrido The Conservative Party Candidate 1224 - 2YR Stuart Michael Robbins Liberal Democrats 209 Tony Davies Labour Party 1220 - 1YR The Conservatives take a loss as Labour Party gain a seat. Unused Votes: 1548 Rejected: 27 Turnout: 35.05%
  3. A man from Salford has been charged with three offences after police were called to reports of a disturbance in the Worsley area in November 2020. Former Manchester United Football Star, Ryan Giggs (29/11/1973), has been charged with causing actual bodily harm to a woman in her 30s and common assault of a woman in her 20s. Both counts relate to an incident on the evening of Sunday 1 November 2020. The 47-year-old was arrested and later bailed in November after a reported row with his "on-off girlfriend" Kate Greville. Giggs, of Chatsworth Road, Worsley, has also been charged with one count of coercive and controlling behaviour between December 2017 and November 2020. He has been bailed and is due to appear at Manchester and Salford Magistrates' Court on Wednesday 28 April 2021. Police were called at 10.05pm on Sunday 1 November 2020 to reports of a disturbance at an address on Chatsworth Road, Worsley. A woman in her 30s was treated for injuries at the scene. A statement released on behalf of Giggs at the time said:
  4. There are currently long delays on the M60 close to Junction 13 (Worsley) this afternoon after a collision between a Lorry and a Car. All traffic has been temporarily stopped on the anti-clockwise carriageway to allow for emergency services to carry out their work at the scene. Delays caused by the accident are expected to have a knock on effect on local roads so travellers are advised to allow extra time on their journeys and to avoid the area if possible. Congestion is being reported as far back as Pendlebury at Junction 16.
  5. A Birmingham man has been jailed for over seven years following a serious collision where four people were injured near Worsley. Mohammed Tabassum (1/7/1991) of Floyer Road, Birmingham, was yesterday (Friday 9 April), sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court to seven years and 6 months in jail after he pled guilty to causing serious injury by dangerous driving, perverting the course of justice, failing to stop at the scene of a road traffic collision and failing to report a road traffic collision. In August 2018, Tabassum was involved in a collision which resulted in two men and two women being injured - with one of the women suffering a serious hand injury that is likely to affect her for the rest of her life. Tabassum was driving an Audi A3 when he collided with a Nissan Qashqai whilst attempting to overtake on the M60 near Worsley. Following this collision, Tabassum fled from the scene and failed to report the collision to emergency services. He then tried to pervert the course of justice by claiming that his car had been stolen. Following a lengthy investigation to locate the driver of the Audi and bring him to justice, Tabassum was arrested in December 2020 and remanded in custody. Tabassum was also sentenced for several other offences in the Midlands. PC Jon Gorton, of GMP's Road Traffic Policing Unit, said:
  6. Officers investigating a burglary in Worsley have released images of stolen goods. Police were called around 11.55am on Wednesday 20 January 2021 to a report that two men were behaving suspiciously on Fairmount Road, Salford. Extensive enquiries have since established that two men had gained entry to a house on the street by smashing a bi-fold patio door at the rear of the property. Then men are then believed to have fled the property approximately ten minutes later carrying a duvet cover filled with items from the house. The men fled the scene in an unknown direction in a dark coloured convertible Audi TT. When the owner returned to the house they soon realised a collection of designer handbags, accessories, shoes and jewellery had been taken. Officers have today released images of some of the missing items in an appeal for anyone with information to come forward and assist police. Detective Constable Gareth Bannister of GMP’s Salford district said: Anyone with information – or dash-cam footage - should contact police on 0161 856 3777 quoting log 993 of 20/01/21. Alternatively, details can be passed on anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
  7. If you go down to Salford’s beautiful Worsley Woods today – you’ll see a brand-new adventure playground. Salford City Council and the Worsley Woods Action Group (WWAG) have just opened the new play and adventure trail. The wooden play equipment failed its annual safety check in 2018 after 10 years of weather and wear and tear and the council promised to replace the trim trail, install a new swing for children with disabilities to enjoy and make access to the equipment more wheelchair and pushchair friendly. The council secured a £43,800 government grant and WWAG launched a crowd-funder which raised a further £4000. Work is now complete and the equipment is open for use. Children can now enjoy a variety of activity trails that weave their way through the woodland. The equipment includes an accessible boat swing, monkey bars, climbing nets, wobble boards and even parallel bars making the trails suitable for both younger and older children. Councillor David Lancaster, lead member for environment and community safety, said: Paul Hassall from Worsley Woods Action Group said: You can find details at: www.salford.gov.uk/worsleywoods
  8. Property developer and land owners Peel Land & Property have had their latest appeal to build homes on Broadoak in Worsley turned down by the court of appeal. Peel has been locking horns with both Salford Council and local residents group R.A.I.D (Residents Against Inappropriate Development) since 2013 after proposals were put forward to create 600 dwellings on a plot of land between Monton Green and Worsley Road. After a number of failed attempts to push the application through, Peel chose to challenge the latest decision back in January this year (2020) in an attempt to overturn the previous ruling made following a judicial review back in August 2019 presided over by Lord Justice Dove. After carefully considering the evidence presented and having heard arguments from both sides, Mr Justice Dove ruled in favour of the defendants in the case, namely the Secretary of state and Salford City Council. The case was brought back to court after it was suggested by Peel that there were inconsistencies with the housing policies of the Framework which, in particular, addressed the need for a balanced supply of housing including family housing and affordable housing within the available supply. It was further suggested that the inspector’s assessment was measured against the 2012 Framework, rather than the revised 2018 Framework which was available to the Secretary of State at the time. A number of other grounds were dismissed. Mr Justice Dove came to the conclusion that there was no misinterpretation and that all grounds should be dismissed, also that the decision by the Secretary of State and Salford City Council to deny planning permission be fully upheld. Despite the ruling and latest setback, Peel took the decision back in January to pursue an appeal in the courts once again. Earlier this morning, this latest appeal was dismissed by the court, a decision which both the Council and local residents hope will finally bring an end to the plans once and for all. Conservative councillor hailed the decision a 'success for democracy', saying: Peel say that they will no longer pursue the matter through the court and will instead concentrate on their other local projects.
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  12. Update: George has been found safe and well, thanks for sharing. George Shortman was reported missing from Thornton Road yesterday (Monday 30 July 2018) about 7.50pm. .map-responsive{ overflow:hidden; padding-bottom:32.4%; position:relative; height:0; border: 2px solid #fff; background: #262e33; border-radius: 2px 2px 2px 2px; } The 70-year-old, who suffers from Parkinson’s and learning difficulties, hasn’t been seen since and his family are understandably extremely concerned. He is white, around 5ft 8ins, of large build, with dark hair and a goatee beard. George was last known to be wearing a white shirt, light blue jeans, black trainers and potentially a blue parker coat. He hasn’t taken a phone with him, any money or any medication and despite officers best efforts, they have been unable to find him so far. We are desperate to make sure George is safe and return him home. Anyone who sees him, or has any information about whereabouts, should call police on 0161 856 7225.
  13. Campaigners including Andrew Moore and Councillor Karen Garrido (Currently Ceremonial Mayor) campaigned against Peel Holdings plans to develop 600 homes on what is grazing land at Broadoak between Monton and Worsley in Salford, which was initially refused by the Council in 2013 and once more by Eric Pickles MP in 2015. Salford council originally refused permission so Peel immediately lodged an appeal against it which was decided upon by the then secretary of state for communities and local government, Mr Eric Pickles MP. After a lengthy public enquiry (at public expense) Mr Pickles decided to turn down the plan, much to the relief of the majority of residents in the local surrounding communities, as well as green activists and campaign group RAID. The greenfield site, a mixture of woods, meadows and open land, stretches from Monton Green all the way through to Worsley Road, and is protected by policies in Salford's Unitary Development Plan. Protest group Residents Against Inappropriate Development (RAID) – which formed in 2013 - argued at the inquiry that the development would bring more traffic and higher levels of air pollution into an already congested area. A lack of schools and traffic chaos on Worsley Road was also been raised by protesters, all of which was taken into consideration when the decision to disallow the project was given. However Peel Holdings took the decision to the High Court who have now allowed (at public expense) a re running of the public enquiry into why the decision was made to refuse the application. It seems behemoth Peel Holdings does not know the meaning of the word NO and is determined to steamroll its plan into fruition in any way it can, despite continued opposition from both local residents, campaigners and Salford Council. And despite the decision already made by Mr Pickles on the findings of the original enquiry of which nothing has changed. The NEW enquiry is set to take place from the 3rd until the 27th of October, Tuesday to Friday each week, at the Novotel in Worsley. Meeting To Be Held Concerned residents are invited to a public meeting on the 24th of May at 7:00pm at St Marks Church at Worsley Brow. In 2015 when the decision refusal was made, Councillor Derek Antrobus (Assistant Mayor for Strategic Planning) said: Whilst the then City Mayor Ian Stewart remarked: Salford's current City Mayor Paul Dennett wrote to the government urging them to help local councils up and down the land protect valuable green spaces by urgently making much needed changes to the national planning policy. Paul said in May 2016: It is vitally important that all those who are affected by this should attend the public meeting on the 27th of this month, as it may be the last opportunity for people to demonstrate and voice their concerns before the second enquiry starts later in October.
  14. Thousands will flock to Worsley on bank holiday Sunday (30 April 2017) to see this year’s line-up, with all funds raised going to the Georgia’s Children of the World charity. G-Festival is stepping things up this year, with its first headline sponsor, new staging areas and massive line-up of live acts playing throughout the day and into the night. Familiar faces will include BBC Radio Manchester presenter Mike Sweeney and his Salford Jets band. G-Festival veteran Linda Jennings, from Bolton, will perform again this year too, including her version of the Beatles classic ‘Long and Winding Road’, which wowed the judges at the blind auditions of The Voice earlier this year. Founded by Steve Murray in memory of his daughter Georgia, left, G-Festival and the Georgia’s Children charity is now in its sixth year and has raised over £175,000. Steve, who fronted 70s punk band Fast Cars, said: “The event is run by an army of dedicated volunteers and we receive immense support from individuals and local businesses. With a major funding boost from high profile local businesspeople this year, G-Festival 2017 is going to be the biggest yet. “The event will feature up-and-coming new talent, alongside some of the legends. It attracts a great crowd and raises funds that do amazing things for children around the world and locally.” he charity now supports five Georgia’s House facilities and is running live projects in Cambodia, Romania and much closer to home in Salford. ‘Georgia’s House 5’ partners with The Life Centre on Langworthy Road – and has provided hundreds of free school uniforms to those in need in Salford over the past 12 months, as well as many other initiatives. One of the charity’s trustees, Keith Tulsie, has also just received the British Empire Medal for the fundraising work he has done for Georgia’s Children and G-Festival. Steve added: “The success of G-Festival allows us to get involved with some fantastic projects to help children in Salford, Greater Manchester and beyond. It’s wonderful to see how funds the event raises can transform children’s lives.” G-Festival 17 is being sponsored by the Morson Group and will take place at Ellesmere Sports Club in Worsley on Sunday 30 April 2017 from 12 noon until late. There will be live music and dance acts across two stages, Madchester DJs, a fairground and family fun throughout the day. The evening set will be headlined by The Total Stone Roses and Small Weller. This year G-Festival is selling advanced tickets. To avoid disappointment at the gate, they can be purchased here https://georgiaschildren.yapsody.com
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