With the deadline approaching for submissions to the Boundary Commission which wants to wipe Salford from the political map (see here), the Save Salford campaign is putting on a charity night at the Black Lion pub on Chapel Street this Friday.
On stage will be top Salford artistes James Herring (star of the last printed issue of Salford Star) and Rebecca Orr, plus more to follow. There's also going to be a raffle and auction, with goods and prizes donated by Body Fit Bootcamp, Candy Buffets, Marriot Worsley and more. All proceeds will go to St Ann's Hospice in Little Hulton, and Princess Sophie, a local girl with severe disabilities whose friends and family are trying to raise money for toys and special sensory lights (www.princesssophie.co.uk) .
Entrance is only £3 and it should be a good night out – then, onwards to Save Salford.
For more details see the Save Salford facebook group – click here.
Save Salford Charity Night
Friday 18th November 7:30pm £3
Black Lion pub, Chapel St