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Sarah Faraday - Every Little Hurts

This project explores the development of Tesco and the subsequent destruction of my home town in Salford. Having always been a deprived area, the town’s problems have been exacerbated by the buying up of people’s homes and buildings for the shopping giant, Tesco. 193 more words

Greater Manchester; Service Changes - 20/07/14 - 27/07/14

Inquisitive traveler, thought to try a new type of market today. By writing a fun post about the latest service changes happening in the county. Some are for the best and some are completely bonkers ideas, by taking vital services away from rural areas of the county due to funding or what the transport planners like to call it ‘not getting used enough to have a valid service running to those areas’. 2,830 more words

Bus

Tickets please!

So far I’ve managed to get from Kirkby to Walkden without a ticket check because each time the guard gets anywhere near us we come to a station and he has to go to the back and start again. 14 more words

An evening at Grenache in Walkden

It was Miss Mash’s mum’s birthday this week and for all sorts of reasons we just didn’t feel like going to town for a meal out. 1,111 more words

Of Must

Salford residents take a stand against the bedroom tax

Angered tenants are set to lobby Salford’s major housing provider this Thursday over dissatisfaction towards measures to protect them from the bedroom tax.

Little Hulton and Walkden residents who live in some of the worst hit areas in Salford will be the first in the city to take a stand against their social housing provider over the tax when they protest outside City West Housing Trust. 240 more words

Words On The North

Wetherspoons International Beer Festival - Bulls Head, Walkden 14/04/2013

Wetherspoons. take ’em or leave ’em, eh? Travelling the country frequently in the early noughties, I went in dozens of the blighters. Converted cinemas, converted banks, converted offices. 806 more words

26-03-2013 Evolution of syntax

Inspired by George Walkden’s plenary talk – Why language change is not (language) evolution – at this year’s FiL, the next session will be on the evolution of syntax. 53 more words