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    Recycle and Reward aims to increase recycling in Salford and rewards clubs, charities, groups and organisations in your local area. Each month, there is a list of 'good causes' to vote for in each area of the city. The ones with the most votes in each of the areas will win their reward IF recycling in that area has increased from the previous month. This scheme is funded entirely through government money with the aim of increasing recycling in Salford. https://www.salford.gov.uk/bins-and-recycling/recycle-and-reward/vote-for-a-good-cause-in-your-area/
  2. Updated 11:47am: Police are appealing for information after a man was attacked with an axe in Buile Hill Park in Salford. At around 7.20pm last night (12 July 2017) police were called to the park on Eccles Old Road to reports that a man had been attacked by two other men with axes. Officers attended and the 41-year-old man was taken to hospital with serious injuries to his head and arms. He remains there for treatment, however his injuries are not believed to be life threatening. Further enquiries have established that the two men, who were wearing balaclavas, had attacked the man as he was walking through the park with his dog before jumping over some railings and onto Weaste Lane as they fled the scene. The targeted attack is believed to be an isolated incident. Detective Sergeant Paul Davies, of GMP’s Salford borough said: Anybody with information should contact police on 101, quoting incident number 2043 of 12/07/17, or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

    The police are asking people to avoid the city centre as emergency services are still working and heavy cordons are in place. The emergency number for missing people is 0161 856 9400 A&E Depts are asking people to avoid attending unless it's absolutely necessary - all local hospitals are treating casualties. The Blood Service are asking people NOT to turn up to give blood. They now have enough supplies and thank everyone who has donated blood. If you have an appointment to give blood in the next few days, you should still attend as planned. An organised vigil is taking place later in Albert Square 6pm for anyone wishing to attend. The Arndale Centre is currently being evacuated ... no further info as yet.

    0161 836 9600 is the Holiday Inn (telephone number by MEN) There are 50+ unattended children there !

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