£49,000 invested in Trafford to tackle rising child poverty

Child poverty affects over 40% of families across Greater Manchester Trafford Housing Trust is investing £49,000 over the summer to help local families struggling to afford the extra food needed over the school holidays. The trust is offering free lunches, holidays clubs and events as part of twelve projects spread across the borough in areas including Broomwood, Altrincham,… Keep Reading

Manchester pride painted face


If you are planning on heading to Manchester Pride this year things are a little different than past years, with new locations and bigger live events than ever before. Here, we take a look at the rundown of Manchester Pride 2019 and what to expect throughout the entire weekend. Tens of Thousands of people turn out on… Keep Reading

Trafford Volunteers Receiving Awards

Council thanks the volunteers who make Trafford even greater!

Trafford Council has said a big thank you to its army of volunteers! The Mayor of Trafford, Cllr Rob Chilton, hosted a special recognition ceremony celebrating the hard work and commitment of local volunteers, as well as the support provided to them by voluntary organisations and businesses. More than 100 people and organisations were nominated… Keep Reading

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