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A re-enactment of the Duke of Bridgewater’s failed loved affair in the 1750s
by the Mikron Theatre Group
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Worsley Civic Trust and Amenity Society was founded on the 29th November 1963 as a registered Charity (No.248324). The aims and objectives of the society are to promote and encourage high standards of architecture and design in town planning in the Worsley, Moorside, Boothstown, Ellenbrook, Little Hulton, Walkden and Wardley districts of the City of Salford.

Prior to the 1 April 1974 the current districts were formally known as Worsley Urban District Council. The current City of Salford was the created as a result of the Local Government Act of 1972.


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        HISTORY TALKS can be found In ‘Current News’


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Broadoak Inquiry

We have been informed this week (16th August 2017) that the inquiry has been postponed until possibly February 2018 and will still be held at the Novotel, Worsley.

Go to ‘Current News’ page for more information



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SALFORD COUNCIL PLANNING PANEL APPROVES GREEN BELT ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY GARDEN BRIDGEWATER

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has secured planning consent for a new 63-hectare garden on a green belt site in Salford, in line with a recommendation from planners who concluded that the scheme had 'strategic significance' to the city and the North West of England.

FOR A VIEW OF THE PLANNING APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY THE RHS WHICH WAS PASSED BY SALFORD COUNCIL PLANNING PANEL CLICK HERE.


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                        Walkden Heritage up-date

A beta version of a mobile phone app/download for the Heritage Walk is available on this link:-


The Heritage Trail was entered for the Frank Mullineux History Award 2017 and was been awarded with a new category of ‘Highly Recommended’. The Awards Ceremony was held at the Cornerstone Centre, Liverpool Road, Salford on the 30th September when the winner Paul Speakman for his book of ‘The Queen Cometh” and Mike Corless gave presentations about their submissions.

For more information follow this link -  Walkden Heritage Trail





Walled Garden at the RHS Bridgewater

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