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POTENT WHISPER HITS TORIES MANCHESTER CONFERENCE IN NEW VIDEO

Star date: 31st January 2016

BRILLIANT ANTI-TORY RAP TRACK WITH A MANC TWIST

"I don't want to create art, I want to create the world I want to live in, through art..." Potent Whisper

NOW - an absolutely brilliant new track, combining rap and a harp like you've never seen it played, has been released this week by Potent Whisper and Maria-Christina. The video was shot during the Tory Party Conference in Manchester and includes footage of police guns, demos, Jeremy Corbyn, Artist Taxi Driver and a live gig on the streets by the ace combo themselves.

Full details here...

added Sunday, January 31, 2016  

 
 

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SALFORD FLOOD VIDEO FOOTAGE SOUGHT

Star date: 30th January 2016

LOWER BROUGHTON FLOOD DOCUMENTARY NEEDS FOOTAGE

Local wildlife filmmaker, Dr Luke Blazejewski, is seeking video footage of the Boxing Day flood in Lower Broughton for a documentary he's making about the event. He's looking for footage from cameras, tablets, smart phones, anything really...

"Making a record of this event is incredibly important" he says.

Full details here...

added Saturday, January 30, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD FLOOD BENEFIT AT ST BONIFACES RAISES MORE FUNDS FOR VICTIMS

Star date: 30th January 2016

SELL OUT AT ST BONIFACES HELPS MORE LOWER BROUGHTON FLOOD VICTIMS

With all tickets snapped up within one day, the community of Lower Broughton came together last night for a benefit event at St Bonifaces Social Club, which was the centre of activity in the hours and days after the Boxing Day flood.

"It's about having fun after all the hassle of the clean up" said Lorna Barker from Lower Broughton "Everyone can let their hair down for the night..."

Full details here...

added Saturday, January 30, 2016  

 
 

GREATER MANCHESTER HOTEL BEDROOM TAX TO HELP HOMELESS

Star date: 29th January 2016

A HOTEL BEDROOM TAX COULD PROVIDE HOUSING FOR HOMELESS

"This is a brilliant idea" Street Support Salford and Manchester

Behind closed doors, the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) is discussing the idea of implementing a hotel bedroom tax which it states "could be used to fund particular strategic initiatives".

`Strategic initiatives' usually means prestige projects. Today the Salford Star is calling for a hotel bedroom tax to be introduced to build affordable housing for the area's homeless people.

Full details here...

added Friday, January 29, 2016  

 
 

HAZEL BLEARS CASHES IN WITH £25,000 FOR THREE DAYS WORK PER MONTH FOR SIB

Star date: 28th January 2016

FORMER SALFORD MP GETS £85,000 FOR FIVE DAYS WORK PER MONTH

"I am determined to make sure money can go where it is needed most" Hazel Blears

Former Salford and Eccles MP, Hazel Blears, has been appointed Chair of the Social Investment Business (SIB), which pays a reported £25,000 a year for three days work per month.

The SIB £25,000 comes on top of the £60,000 Hazel picks up for doing around two days a month work for the Co-op... "I am determined to make sure money can go where it is needed most" she said today.

Full details here...

added Thursday, January 28, 2016  

 
 

GREATER MANCHESTER MAYOR’S £41,000 EXPENSES

Star date: 27th January 2016

TONY LLOYD'S INTERIM MAYOR EXPENSES

Tony Lloyd, Interim Greater Manchester Mayor, will have picked up £41,000 in expenses related to his role until 2017, on top of his £100,000 Greater Manchester Police Commissioner salary.

The expenses have jumped from £16,000 in 2015/16, to a budgeted £25,000 in 2016/17.*

Full details here...

added Wednesday, January 27, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL FLOOD RECOVERY FUNDING ADVICE

Star date: 26th January 2016

SALFORD COUNCIL OFFICERS TO HELP WITH FLOOD FINANCE

With Salford City Council having three different pots of funding to help Lower Broughton flood victims, there's been much confusion over what can and can't be claimed for. Now Council officers will be at River View Primary School this week and next to answer questions.

Full details here...

added Tuesday, January 26, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD SCHOOLS UNDER ACADEMY THREAT

Star date: 26th January 2016

COULD EVERY SCHOOL IN SALFORD BECOME PRIVATISED?

The Tory Government is hell bent on converting as many schools as possible into academies, which puts every school in Salford under the threat of privatisation. This Saturday, 30th January, Salford City UNISON is hosting a public Question Time at Buile Hill Park Hall, 12pm-2pm, with Salford and Eccles MP Rebecca Long Bailey, David Wootton, Chief Exec of Salford Academy Trust and Alasdair Smith, of the Anti Academies Alliance.

"This is going to affect, not just this generation but generations to come" says Alasdair, urging parents and staff to attend "If we hand over our public services to businesses we've got no control over them..."

Full details here...

added Tuesday, January 26, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD HOMELESS MAN MURDER HIGHLIGHTS CITY INEQUALITY

Star date: 25th January 2016

HOMELESS PLIGHT IN MIDST OF £650MILLION DEVELOPMENTS

"We're all just litter to the police and Government really..." David, homeless.

The murder of 23 year old Daniel Smith, who was living rough in Salford, highlights the plight of around forty homeless people living under arches or in the `cave', or squatting in unsafe buildings in the city.

This is happening right in the middle of Chapel Street and New Bailey where over £650million is being pumped into offices, a car park and unaffordable housing developments, with public money support.

"It's shocking really" says David, who is living in the doorway of Tesco Express, in the shadow of the massive One New Bailey office block, and sometimes sleeps in the arches where Daniel was murdered.

Full details here...

added Monday, January 25, 2016  

 
 

BBC TWO SEEKS SALFORD PEOPLE FOR PAY RISE PROGRAMME

Star date: 24th January 2016

ARE BOSSES PAID TOO MUCH? DOES BRITAIN NEED A PAY RISE?

BBC Two is looking for people with opinions on pay to take part in an audience-interactive programme at its MediaCityUK studio on Salford Quays...

"You, the audience, will be at the heart of the programme, so we are looking for people who want to interact and contribute to the discussion which will be 100% audience based" say the programme's producers.

Full details here...

added Sunday, January 24, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD ARTS THEATRE HOSTS TWO NEW SHORT OPERAS

Star date: 24th January 2016

TWO LIVES, TWO DEATHS AND SOME ANTON CHEKHOV

Life Stories
Friday 5th February 7:30pm
Salford Arts Theatre £5/£8/£10

Two one act operas come to Salford Arts Theatre on February 5th. Produced by Radius, R.I.P. is an adaptation from Anton Chekhov, which sees an old homeless man recount his life; while Silent Jack features a highwayman tell of riches and love won and lost, as her final moments beckon.

Full details here...

added Sunday, January 24, 2016  

 
 

BARTON MOSS ANTI FRACKING COURT CASES COLLAPSE WITH NOT GUILTY VERDICTS

Star date: 23rd January 2016

SALFORD SLOW WALKING ANTI-FRACKING PROTESTS RULED LEGITIMATE

"The state sought to criminalise a legitimate form of protest" Simon Pook, solicitor

A test case against two anti-fracking `slow walk' protectors arrested at Barton Moss in 2014 by Greater Manchester Police, has resulted in a not guilty verdict at Manchester Magistrates Court, meaning that all future similar `aggravated trespass' cases could be dropped.

In acquitting the pair, District Judge Sanders said "They were entitled to demonstrate, were entitled to walk along Barton Moss Road". However the infamous `doughnut' protest, in which a protector knelt down on Barton Moss Road, did result in a guilty verdict.

Full details here...

added Saturday, January 23, 2016  

 
 

ROMANI FOLK RECITAL MARKS SALFORD HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY

Star date: 23rd January 2016

HOLOCAUST REMEMBERED AT SALFORD MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY

Holocaust Memorial Day
Saturday 30th January 1:30pm
Salford Museum and Art Gallery free

Top Romanian Roma musician, Michael Cretu, is to share memories from Romani Holocaust survivors in Transylvania, and perform pieces inspired by Romani folk music at Salford Museum and Art Gallery on 30th January to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. The gallery is also hosting a photography exhibition on the lives of Roma migrants in Greater Manchester by Ciara Leeming.

Full details here...

added Saturday, January 23, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD FLOOD VICTIMS ANGER AT MAYOR, SALIX HOMES AND ENVIRONMENT AGENCY

Star date: 21st January 2016

LOWER BROUGHTON COMMUNITY FURY AT FLOOD MEETING

Last night, a jam packed meeting about the Lower Broughton floods saw the community vent their anger at Salford Mayor Ian Stewart, and representatives of the Environment Agency, Salix Homes, Greater Manchester Police – and local MP Graham Stringer who didn't show up.

As people told their stories of `chaos' on Boxing Day and being `left in the lurch' afterwards, the authorities apologised and admitted numerous failures... "After four weeks we're still being fobbed off..." said one disgusted resident after the meeting.

Full details here...

added Friday, January 22, 2016  

 
 

SWINTON GATEWAY FINANCES INVESTIGATED BY SALFORD COUNCIL AUDITOR

Star date: 21st January 2016

`SERIOUS CONTROL ISSUES' IDENTIFIED AT £6MILLION SWINTON GATEWAY

An internal audit of Salford City Council finances by Grant Thornton* has found `serious control issues' surrounding the £6million Swinton Gateway which opened last summer.

In June 2015 the Salford Star revealed that the Council was liable for huge extra costs for the Gateway following the signing of a strange contract with builders Kier...

Full details here...

added Thursday, January 21, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL LAUNCHES £1MILLION FLOOD DISTRESS FUND FOR VICTIMS

Star date: 20th January 2016

SALFORD COUNCIL STARTS LOWER BROUGHTON DISTRESS FUND WITH £1MILLION

Salford City Council today launched a Distress Fund which will be kickstarted with `up to' £1million from reserves. The Fund will help Lower Broughton flood victims to replace essential items in their homes, and is in addition to the initial £500 handed out by the Council following the disaster.

Launching the Fund at today's Council meeting, City Mayor Ian Stewart also apologised to the "one or two residents" who were left on their own with no contact on the night of the flood... "I'm sorry and I regret it" he said.

Full details here...

added Wednesday, January 20, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL TAX SET TO RISE BY 2%

Star date: 19th January 2016 

COUNCIL TAX RISE OF 2% LOOMS

Salford's Council Tax looks set to rise by 2% from April following the Government announcement that local authorities can ring-fence such an increase to be used for funding adult social care. A Salford Council finance report states that "The City Mayor is minded to take up this option".

Meanwhile, another Council report shows that, during the year 2014-15, 20,000 households in the city were hit with Council Tax Liability Orders.

Full details here...

added Tuesday, January 19, 2016  

 
 

OVER ONE QUARTER OF SALFORD KIDS STILL IN POVERTY

Star date: 18th January 2016

AS SALFORD MAYOR LAUDS CITY GROWTH RATES, POVERTY STILL MASSIVE

While Salford Mayor, Ian Stewart, has been lauding the city's growth and investment rates, latest official statistics show that poverty rates in Salford haven't moved - with over 25%, or 13,000, under 16 year olds living below the breadline, 70% of the population living in areas classified as highly deprived and nearly 10% of the working population long-term unemployed.

This week, Salford City Council is set to embark on yet another new `strategy' to tackle poverty...

Full details here...

added Monday, January 18, 2016  

 
 

MANCHESTER AND SALFORD HOUSING ACTION DEVOLUTION DEMANDS

Star date: 17th January 2016

END THE HOUSING CRISIS

Demands for Devolution: Housing in Manchester and Salford
Monday 25th January 7-9pm
Friends' Meeting House, Manchester

The newly formed network Manchester and Salford Housing Action has organised a meeting to bring together everyone involved in tackling the local housing crisis. As the Tory Government tears up the rules for social and `affordable housing', is devolution and its £300million Housing Fund going to make any difference?

Full details here...

added Sunday, January 17, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD FLOOD RELIEF CONCERT RAISES ALMOST £1000

Star date: 17th January 2016

RESIDENTS AND ARTISTES TURN OUT TO SUPPORT FLOOD VICTIMS

On Friday night, DJs, singers and residents turned out in force at the Swinton Legion to help raise almost £1,000 for Forever Manchester's Greater Manchester Disaster Relief Fund. The total raised will be matched by the Government.

"The response has been sensational" said Jonathan Buck, who jointly organised the event.

Full details and photos here...

added Saturday, January 16, 2016  

 
 

ANTI-FRACKING ACTIVISTS STOP WORK AT CARRINGTON GAS POWER STATION

Star date: 16th January 2016

NO DASH FOR GAS BLOCKADES GAS FIRED POWER STATION SITE

"When flooding becomes the new normal, you can't carry on with business as usual".

Activists from No Dash For Gas have this morning blockaded the entrance to the construction site of the Carrington gas-fired power station, near Salford, halting work at the multi-million pound project.

The climate activists erected and climbed a scaffolding tripod, with a message in lights hanging six feet up reading 'Flood level 2050?' in reference to the link between extreme weather and fossil fuel extraction.

Full details here...

added Saturday, January 16, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD FLOOD MEETING TO SEE BROUGHTON MP, MAYOR AND ENVIRONMENT OFFICERS FACE COMMUNITY

Star date: 16th January 2016

BROUGHTON MP GRAHAM STRINGER AND ENVIRONMENT AGENCY FACE THE FLOODED COMMUNITY

East Salford Community Committee Meeting
Thursday 21st January 6.30pm-9pm.
River View Primary School

Broughton MP Graham Stringer, John Kinsella from the Environment Agency, Salford Mayor Ian Stewart and David Hunter, Chief Officer for Civil Contingencies, are amongst a host of officials set to face flood victims at a meeting of the East Salford Community Committee this week. Any residents from East Salford can attend.

Full details here...

added Saturday, January 16, 2016  

 
 

WARRING SALFORD LABOUR PARTY ORDERED TO GET A `HEALTH CHECK’

Star date: 15th January 2015

SALFORD LABOUR COUNCILLOR WINS APPEAL AGAINST IAN STEWART AND CO

Councillor Paul Wilson, who had the Labour Party whip removed in November for daring to declare he will stand as a candidate for Salford Mayor before Ian Stewart confirmed he was standing down, has won his appeal against the crackpot decision.

In the process, the panel which upheld the appeal has `requested' that the warring Salford Labour Party gets a `health check' by the Local Government Association.

Full details here...

added Friday, January 15, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD URBAN SPLASH HOUSING AVOIDS OVER £600,000 PLANNING FEES

Star date: 14th January 2016

URBAN SPLASH RIVER IRWELL SCHEME AVOIDS £600,000 PLANNING FEES AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING

The latest Urban Splash proposal for 71 houses and one hundred flats by the River Irwell on Springfield Lane, avoids over £600,000 in planning fees, provides no affordable housing and will trash 365 trees.

The development, originally earmarked as flats and a new `beach', then as an `eco-supermarket', will now be a part-gated housing scheme.

Full details here...

added Thursday, January 14, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD UNISON SLATES LABOUR COUNCIL £21M CUTS IN CORBYN ERA

Star date: 13th January 2015

`WHATEVER HAPPENED TO CORBYN ANTI-AUSTERITY COMMITMENT ?' ASKS UNISON

After Salford City Council announced £21.8million cuts, Salford City UNISON today asked what has happened to the Jeremy Corbyn anti-austerity agenda...

"Despite all of the changes in the Labour Party, when we've apparently got an anti-austerity Labour leadership and dozens of councillors saying they support Jeremy Corbyn's approach, we've still got a Labour Council in Salford proposing to make cuts that will absolutely impact on the most vulnerable people" says Salford UNISON branch secretary Steven North.

Full details here...

added Wednesday, January 13, 2016  

 
 

JUNIOR DOCTORS STRIKE AT SALFORD ROYAL HOSPITAL GETS HUGE SUPPORT

Star date: 12th January 2016

SALFORD BACKS JUNIOR DOCTORS

Cars beeped their horns and the public waved in support of junior doctors who manned picket lines outside Salford Royal Hospital today as part of their 24 hour strike against the Tory Government.

Placards slated the Government and Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt for `Killing the NHS' and `Lying'...

Full details here...

added Tuesday, January 12, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD CITY COUNCIL ANNOUNCES £21MILLION CUTS

Star date: 12th January 2016

186 JOBS TO GO, CHILDREN'S SERVICES SLASHED, SOCIAL CARE CULLED...

Salford Council has announced £21.8million of cuts which include the axing of 186 jobs, over £6million slashed from Children's Services, over £4million culled from Community Health and Social Care, and over £3million pilfered from Public Health.

Most of the cuts, totalling over £14million, were passed at last year's Council budget meeting but there's £7million of new `savings', including almost £3million extra from Children's Services.

Full details here...

added Tuesday, January 12, 2016  

 
 

SALIX HOMES CHIEF ANSWERS SALFORD FLOOD QUESTIONS

Star date: 11th January 2016

£5,000 PER HOUSE? ASBESTOS RISKS? BULLDOZING THE ESTATE?

Since the Boxing Day flood in Lower Broughton, there have been rumours, speculation, blame and confusion within the community. Today, the Salford Star put some of these residents' concerns to Salix Homes Chief Executive, Lee Sugden.

Will tenants be getting £5,000 per house? Is there an asbestos risk? Is the estate likely to be bulldozed?

Full details here...

added Monday, January 11, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD FLOOD RELIEF CONCERT AT SWINTON LEGION

Star date: 10th January 2016

CONCERT FOR FLOOD VICTIMS

Flood Relief Concert
Friday 15th January 7pm-12:30am
Swinton Legion £5/£6

This Friday, a whole evening of entertainment is lined up for a Flood Relief Concert at Swinton Legion, starring Mississippi Soul Man, Malcolm McBride, classic rock pop harmony band, Wolf, and female duo Le Zar, plus DJs Keith Leigh and Stuart Linguard.

"I know that I wouldn't want to be there on Boxing Day and my leftover Christmas dinner is floating out my back door" says organiser Jonathan Buck. All proceeds are going to Forever Manchester's Greater Manchester Flood Recovery Appeal.

Full details here...

added Sunday, January 10, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD LADS CLUB EXHIBITION AT PEOPLE’S HISTORY MUSEUM

Star date: 10th January 2016

OVER 20,000 SALFORD LADS' CARDS TO SCOUR

The Nippers of Salford Lads Club
People's History Museum until 17th January

This week is the last chance to check an exhibition at the People's History Museum which looks back over Salford Lads Club's 112 year history, including  22,500 hand-written membership cards and photos of significant people in its history.

Full details here...

added Saturday, January 9, 2016  

 
 

A FLOOD OF TOYS FOR WRECKED SALFORD CHILDMINDING BUSINESSES

Star date: 9th January 2016

LOWER BROUGHTON CHILD MINDERS SORTED BY THE COMMUNITY

When Elaine Connolly's house on Heath Avenue was flooded, it not only wrecked her home but also her child minding business, with toys having to be binned and kids allowed nowhere near the contaminated environment.

However, after a short notice on Facebook saying the insurance wouldn't cover her play things, Elaine was inundated with toys from complete strangers as the community yet again came to the rescue.

Full details here...

added Saturday, January 9, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD FLOOD VICTIMS GET FINANCE SUPPORT FROM SALIX HOMES

Star date: 8th January 2016

£350 PER MONTH SUPPORT PACKAGE FOR FLOOD VICTIMS

Lower Broughton flood victims who choose to stay in their homes while repair work is done can claim £350 per month financial support, Salix Homes announced this afternoon.

Those who stay in their homes will get £50 per week disturbance allowance, £50 per month energy cost allowance and £25 per week running costs for the dehumidifiers.

Full details here...

added Friday, January 8, 2016  

 
 

PARENTS VOW TO FIGHT SALFORD COUNCIL SEN CHILD TRANSPORT CUTS

Star date: 8th January 2016

CONFUSION, WORRY AND THE HEART TO FIGHT SALFORD COUNCIL 

"People need to know what's going on. In English!" Councillor Peter Wheeler

A well attended, angry meeting of parents of children with disabilities and their supporters took place last night at the Royal Oak pub in Eccles. Parents told of the possible consequences of cuts to their children's transport amidst confusion about what Salford Council is actually proposing.

Today John Merry, Executive Lead Member for Children's Services, confirmed that the £120,000 cut to the transport service was about `management of resources'.

Full details here...

added Friday, January 8, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD LOSES OVER £7MILLION THROUGH BUSINESS RATES AVOIDANCE

Star date: 7th January 2016

SALFORD COUNCIL TO DECLARE £7.143MILLION BUSINESS RATES DEFICIT

Salford Council is to declare a £7.143million deficit in its business rates collection, due to what the Council calls the "increasing use of business rates avoidance tactics". With the Council allowed to keep 49% of the money, it means a £3.5million direct loss to the city.

The loss looks likely to be passed on in cuts to services for the community, as the Council states the deficit "would increase the savings requirement in 2016/17".

Full details here...

added Thursday, January 7, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD FLOOD ANXIETY CONTINUES FOR LOWER BROUGHTON COMMUNITY

Star date: 6th January 2016

ELEVEN DAYS AFTER THE FLOOD SALIX SUPPORT CENTRE OPENS

Eleven days after the Boxing Day Lower Broughton flood, residents' questions are finally starting to be answered about the future of their homes, as Salix opened up a Support Centre on Heath Avenue.

But flood victims like Rebecca, who has a 14 month old baby, and volunteer Angela who has cleaned up around sixty houses, are furious about the situation in which people have been left...

Full details here...

added Wednesday, January 6, 2016  

 
 

PARENTS TO FIGHT SALFORD COUNCIL OVER CHILD TRANSPORT CUT

Star date: 5th January 2016

£120,000 CUT TO TRANSPORT FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

Transport Cuts Public Meeting
Thursday 7th January 7pm
The Royal Oak, Barton Lane

"I think it's quite cruel to penalise the most vulnerable..." parent

Salford City Council is to cut £120,000 from transport for young people with Special Educational Needs, and on Thursday night parents are meeting to begin the fight back, led by the SEARCH Salford Community Committee and Salford Against The Cuts.

Full details here...

added Tuesday, January 5, 2016  

 
 

NIGEL PIVARO VISITS FLOOD HIT SALFORD MEDICAL CENTRE

Star date: 4th January 2016

HEROIC STAFF KEEP LOWER BROUGHTON HEALTH CENTRE TICKING OVER

"Shocked, saddened and amazed was my reaction to the scene at Lower Broughton Health Centre today..." Nigel Pivaro

Returning from a trip abroad, Nigel Pivaro today got the chance to see flood hit Lower Broughton Health Centre first hand. Having reported from war zones throughout Europe, he couldn't help but make comparisons...

Full details here...

added Monday, January 4, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD FLOOD BENEFIT GIG FUNDRAISES FOR VICTIMS

Star date: 3rd January 2016

BANDS AND SINGERS PLAY FOR LOWER BROUGHTON FLOOD VICTIMS

`Salford helping Salford...'

Over one thousand pounds was raised last night for Lower Broughton's flood victims, as bands and singers played a benefit gig at Lower Kersal Social Club under the banner `Salford helping Salford'.

"We just wanted to get our heads together, have a bit of fun, lighten the mood and raise a bit of money; and we've definitely done that" said joint organiser Dave Campbell.

Full details here

added Sunday, January 3, 2016  

 
 

SALFORD FLOOD RECOVERY BENEFIT EVENT AT LOWER KERSAL SOCIAL CLUB

Star date: 1st January 2016

BANDS PLAY FOR SALFORD FLOOD VICTIMS

Salford Flood Recovery Appeal Gig
Saturday 2nd January from 5pm
Lower Kersal Social Club

At very short notice a Salford Flood Recovery benefit gig has been arranged for tomorrow at Lower Kersal Social Club, starring bands and singers – Salford Musical Youth, Ellwood, Mainstreet, Phil Knox and John McFadden.

"It's a family event, just an opportunity for people who been affected, or volunteered, to get away from what's been going on, and for those who have a few quid left over after Christmas and New Year to put some in the appeal bucket" says Ellwood's Dave Campbell who has organised the event.

Full details here...

added Friday, January 1, 2016  

 
 

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