“The Conservatives have treated children as an afterthought throughout the pandemic and the news that children’s language and social skills have fallen so far behind ought to be a wake up call.
“Government ‘catch-up’ plans fall far short of what is needed for children to recover lost learning, including nothing on wellbeing or social development. In addition, their stealth cut to the pupil premium hinders schools’ ability to put their own plans in place.
Stretford Litter Pickers are organising a big litter pick of the Bridgewater Canal at Waters Meet. Taking place on Saturday 29th May 2021 at 11am
Covering Bridgewater Canal paths and nearby bridges/entrances/exits in all three directions from this waterway junction near Watersmeet.
Big congratulations to Emilas. Fantastic local business and welcome addition to our patch.
Lovely food and excellent atmosphere.
Trafford Council is inviting private landlords to take part in its virtual forum.
The virtual Trafford Private Landlords Forum will take place via Zoom and is an ideal platform for private landlords to be provided with updates and new legislation relating to the private rented sector.
The next forum will be held on May 18, 2021, at 6.30pm and those wishing to join the event, please register by clicking on the Zoom page.
Speakers include Robert Johnson, from the National Residential Landlords Association, who will update on changes to landlord legislation and Covid-19 implications and Matt Shaw, from Altrincham Plumbing Experts, will provide a short presentation on Gas Safety.
Richard Firth, Private Sector Housing Team Leader at Trafford Council, will provide landlords with an update on: electrical safety, energy efficiency requirements, GM Ethical Lettings Agency and GM Good Landlord Scheme.
A spokesperson for Trafford Council said: “The Council would like to invite as many private landlords as possible to take part in the forum. They are an excellent platform for updating landlords on issues and legislation regarding the housing and lettings sector. Landlords will find the forum interesting and informative and will take away information that is important to both themselves and their clients.”
For more information on the Trafford Private Landlords Forum please email email@example.com
Expressions of interest are invited from community organisations, social enterprise groups or charities who may be interested in the use of buildings at Trafford Park Station.
A cordon is in place covering a number of streets including Stanway Street, Taylor’s Road, Nansen Street and Haddon Street, as well as an alleyway.
A bomb disposal unit has arrived on the scene.
There remains a heavy police presence in the area.
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