Tue, 21 Mar 2017
No 1 Old Trafford Wharf would occupy a prominent position next to the new Trafford Park Metrolink line, currently under construction.
The proposed scheme would deliver a mix of residential and commercial spaces, with retail units planned on the ground floor along with parking and cycle storage for residents. The development would also incorporate a communal podium garden and a roof terrace.Place North West
Fri, 04 Nov 2016
Fans at the gig lashed out at the Trafford Park venue after claiming they were unable to see the stage and felt dangerously crushed
Victoria Warehouse bosses have denied claims the venue was ‘overcrowded’ during last nights PJ Harvey gig.
Dozens of people lashed out at the Trafford Park venue after claiming they were unable to see the stage and felt dangerously crushed at the indie singer’s concert on Thursday.
Sat, 09 Apr 2016
We're delighted to hear news that the Dirt Factory has achieved 150% of its funding target.
A lot of you will be wondering what the next stage of development will be for Dirt Factory. In a nutshell, the plan now is to finalise the crowd fund process, secure the venue and apply for change of use before starting the internal build process. Alongside this we will be firming up our partnerships, putting into place all legalities and services and hopefully getting out on our bikes a bit more than we have done recently.
Dirt Factory Website
This is a hugely exciting project that 'could' yet be coming to Trafford Park.
Fri, 04 Mar 2016
We have recently secured funding from Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service to deliver “Bling Your Bin” events at key locations across the borough. Residents from surrounding street will be invited to bring their grey bin to the location below and have it cleaned using an environmentally friendly washing machine. We will also have a graffiti artist on hand to spray a design of the residents choice onto the bin.
The details for the event in Gorse Hill are:
Time: 1100hrs – 1500hrs
Location: Nansen Close, Gorse Hill
Bins lost or stolen is a huge issue in Gorse Hill. This is a positive means of helping to address.
Sat, 30 Jan 2016
A new page has appeared on the Gorse Hill Labour website. The Directory provides links to over a dozen groups working in Gorse Hill ward and the wider area. Webmaster, Councillor Mike Cordingley describes his respect for the groups featured:
When you see the amount of work these groups are doing and the innovation and originality in their projects, it's just amazing what's happening across Gorse Hill Ward.
I know there are issues but when people can come together like this, you just know that the neighbourhoods are going from strength to strength. They're giving us a fantastic legacy.
Sat, 30 Jan 2016
Stretford has been revealed as one of the most racially integrated places in the country.
Think tank Policy Exchange has produced a list of the best and worst places in the country from the point of view of integration. The researchers analysed data from the 2011 census, comparing 160 places with a population of more than 20,000, of whom at least 15 per cent were from an ethnic minority.
Among considerations were the ethnic mix of neighbourhoods and how people interacted with work colleagues. Kate Green, MP for Stretford and Urmston said:
It's fabulous that Stretford has been ranked as one of the most integrated places in England and Wales - a great way to put Stretford on the map.
I'm really proud to represent such a diverse, friendly and vibrant community with fantastic neighbours and friends.
Thu, 07 Jan 2016
Do you think enough is being done to crackdown on flytipping in Trafford?
Wed, 06 Jan 2016
Free session for anyone that fancies a workout with their baby & buggy in tow,
Every Wednesday 10.30am
Meeting outside tea room in Victoria park.
Mon, 04 Jan 2016
Angry shoppers claiming they were stuck in queues of up to THREE hours around the intu Trafford Centre took to social media sites to complain about the traffic chaos.
Delays close to the centre prompted angry tweets as people were stuck across the shopping site and unable to access main roads from the car parks.
Richard Paxton, general manager at intu Trafford Centre, said: “We’re very sorry to any of our shoppers who’ve experienced difficulty exiting the centre today. We are working incredibly hard to get traffic moving again and our staff are out in the car parks redirecting cars to the nearest clear exits.”
Sat, 02 Jan 2016
Half a season has passed. Like United, there's been ok weeks for Amey, Trafford's contracted partner in its match-day clean up, and like United there's also been some dreadful weeks and dire excuses:
We were stuck in Traffic!
But it's a New Year and we're in forgiving mood. Louis Van Gaal might turn it around, and so might Amey. We don't want bins overflowing before the match starts and the clean-up post match is vital. But we also ask United fans: This neighbourhood has been United's home for 100 years, its players have lived amongst us, Please treat us with respect, and enjoy the game.
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Mon, 28 Dec 2015
A thousand homes have flooded in Leeds, but the leader of the city council, Judith Blake, said the flooding had been a "preventable disaster".
She said the North had not received "anywhere near the support that we saw going into Somerset" - which flooded in 2014 - and there was now a "real anger growing across the North".
But the House of Commons Library research says this. We are in cash vs real and picking periods territory. pic.twitter.com/3he0P3gbAU— Paul Lewis (@paullewismoney) December 28, 2015
Cameron rejected flood warnings and carried on cutting fire services: He calls that "Doing all we can to help.." https://t.co/2HaWMD40Td— Cllr John Edwards (@JohnEdwards33) December 27, 2015
Sat, 26 Dec 2015
More than half of our fire engines are now dealing with weather related incidents within Greater Manchester pic.twitter.com/9qVdzdV7Uj— Peter O'Reilly (@GMFRS_PeteOR) December 26, 2015
Pomona water levels are so high today! https://t.co/A7yP79Q6fA— Skyliner (@custardlove) December 26, 2015
Just been past Samuel Platts. Can't believe the Ship Canal.Posted by Graham Lomax on Saturday, 26 December 2015
Sat, 26 Dec 2015
Our thoughts are with those who have been affected by flooding today – we are working tirelessly across the North West to protect life and property. If you live in an affected area please do not travel and if you home has been flooded stay out of the water and wait for help.
Flood water is extremely dangerous, it is dirty, can be fast flowing and often full of debris – the only way to stay safe is to stay out of the water. If you’re driving, see water on the road and don’t know how deep it is don’t drive through it – it only takes 30 cm of water to float a car and even less to write your vehicle off. Our control operators are experiencing a high number of calls at the moment, so please only call 999 if it is a genuine emergency.
Wed, 23 Dec 2015
Unlike the police, which won a reprieve from budget cuts, the regional fire service must make savings of £15.8m over the next four years.
As well as posts going, the brigade is poised to reduce the number of night-time fire engines available from 56 to 30 between 10pm and 6am.
County Fire Officer Peter O’Reilly warned that lives would be at risk and ‘more buildings will burn down’.
This will mean Bury, Rochdale, Stockport, and Trafford will have one engine which is immediately available.
Wed, 23 Dec 2015
Thu, 17 Dec 2015
Manchester United are considering building a mini Old Trafford next to their famous stadium that would host Under 21 matches and some Academy and FA Youth Cup fixtures in a bid to catch up with City.
The idea to construct a ground that could house around 5,000-10,000 fans is all part of a deep root and branch review of the Academy and reserve set up at the club is a sign that United are in awe of their rivals from Manchester.
Thu, 17 Dec 2015
Built on Eleventh Street in 1901 adjacent to the Old Trafford Hotel, a stone's throw from a series from of major factories and about a mile from Old Trafford football ground, St. Antony's Church is one of the few remaining corrugated iron mission churches surviving in Great Britain.
St. Antony's Centre founder, Kevin Flannagan who established the centre in 1980 with the local parish priest under the auspices of the Salford Diocese, said: “We now work to enable a range of people with low skills or no skills to get back into the work place and maintain this historic church for special services throughout the year.”He added: “None is more special than the St. Antony's College's carol concert and we have parishioners returning from far and wide on an annual basis to hear the children sing.”
Fri, 20 Nov 2015
Wed, 19 Aug 2015