Hannah Wintle


2nd March 2022 | By Hannah Wintle

Memory of Salford man kept alive through random acts of kindness

A Salford family are celebrating the life of a loved one by encouraging residents to undertake random acts of kindness for others. Norman Frost died...


27th February 2022 | By Hannah Wintle

Residents rage over 23-storey ‘eyesore’ which could help rejuvenate Eccles town centre

Eccles residents have taken to social media to express their outrage at Salford Council for permitting a 23-storey tower to be built on Church Street....


17th February 2022 | By Hannah Wintle

Eccles carers who mocked elderly woman with dementia back at work for care company

An elderly woman’s carers have been allowed to return to work after an online video showed them mocking the way she spoke. The footage, which...


10th February 2022 | By Hannah Wintle

Residents raise concerns after butcher’s shop applies for alcohol licence

A new butcher’s shop opening in Monton next March has applied for a late-night alcohol licence triggering concern among local residents. Farm & Fish is a collaboration between Butcher’s...


2nd February 2022 | By Hannah Wintle

Manchester to protest a rise in household energy bills and rise in national insurance increases

A demonstration “demanding action to tackle the cost of living crisis” has been organised in response to the planned rise in household energy bills. Protesters are demanding...


8th November 2021 | By Hannah Wintle

‘From the bottom of my heart, thank you’: GoFundMe raises over £14,000 for terminally ill cancer patient in one week

A GoFundMe page, which was set up in aid of a terminally ill cancer patient, has smashed its £500 goal by earning over £14,000 in...


8th November 2021 | By Hannah Wintle

Two young boys ask mum if they can pick up litter after the ‘scruffs’ who left it behind

A woman has described herself as a ‘proud mummy’ after her two young sons picked up the litter they found on their dog walk in...


27th October 2021 | By Hannah Wintle

‘No light at the end of the tunnel’: Salford landlord embarrassed about volume of litter in back alleyway

An alleyway in Salford that was transformed into a community space is now blighted with litter. Landlord Bertha Huayllani describes the alleyway as “embarrassing” despite her initiative...


20th October 2021 | By Hannah Wintle

Budget report criticised for ‘offensive’ wording about disabled children ‘living longer’

A Salford City Council budget report may have to be rewritten after being criticised for how it referred to children with disabilities. The report was...


9th October 2021 | By Hannah Wintle

‘There is no health without mental health’: scaffolding safety nets installed in tribute to World Mental Health Day

Two art installations highlighting the high suicide rates in the construction industry have been erected ahead of World Mental Health Day today. Lynn Setterington, an internationally...