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£7MILLION CYCLE AND WALKING ROUTES FOR SALFORD ANNOUNCED

Star date: 20th September 2018

MONTON, SWINTON AND TRINITY WAY TO GET NEW CYCLE PATHS

Transport for Greater Manchester has announced a plan for £7.1million worth of cycle paths and walkways in Monton, Swinton and Trinity Way, with Salford City Council contributing £1.2million towards the total cost.

"The people of Greater Manchester will soon have a genuine choice in how they travel, ensuring that they and their children have a viable and attractive alternative to the car" says Chris Boardman, Greater Manchester Cycling and Walking Commissioner.

Full details here...

added 20 September 2018  

 
 

HARROP FOLD HEAD SLAMS ‘PERSONAL VENDETTA’ OF SALFORD CITY COUNCIL

Star date: 19th September 2018

DREW POVEY ACCUSES SALFORD COUNCIL OF 'HEAVY HANDED' 'VENDETTA'

"I'm speaking up for myself but also all the leaders who have been in touch to say the same happened to them #TakeAStand..." Drew Povey

Drew Povey, the Executive Head of Harrop Fold in Little Hulton, has resigned from his post, slamming Salford Council's "heavy handed approach" while investigating 'administrative errors' at the school and accusing it of a "personal vendetta".

In an open letter to the school's governors, Drew Povey writes that he refuses to walk away from the school with a settlement and accept a gagging clause.  So he's gone public...to #TakeAStand.

Full details here...

added 19 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD BIG HEALTH DAY FOR ADULTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

Star date: 18th September 2018

BIG HEALTH DAY AT SALFORD CITY FC

Big Health Day
Thursday 20th September 10am-2:45pm free
Salford City FC Moor Lane

This Thursday there's the 9th Annual Big Health Day for adults with learning disabilities, their carers and support staff at Salford City's ground on Moor Lane, with  workshops, activities, information stalls and mystery prizes.  

Full details here...

added 18 September 2018  

 
 

CLADDING AND WINDOW SAFETY SCARES AT SALFORD BLOCKS

Star date: 18th September 2018

WHY ARE PENDLETON RESIDENTS NOT BEING LISTENED TO?

"The housing provider has lost the good will of residents through their many failings and deafness when it comes to the residents' concerns..."

Windows about to fall out...dodgy cladding...secret safety reports and loads more going on at the Pendleton Together blocks near Salford Precinct.

Here, in the first of a two part feature, Graeme Langton, the suspended but elected chair of Malus Tenants and Residents' Association, writes about multiple problems residents are facing and suggests some solutions for Salford City Council to ponder.

Full details here...

added 18 September 2018  

 
 

PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS IN SALFORD WOULD HAVE TO SAVE FOR 17 YEARS FOR A DEPOSIT ON A HOUSE STATES UNISON REPORT

Star date: 17th September 2018

HOME OWNERSHIP JUST A PIPE DREAM FOR NURSES, TEACHING ASSISTANTS AND OTHER PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS

A new report from public sector trade union, UNISON, concludes that low paid public sector workers like nurses, teaching assistants, PCSOs, cleaners and librarians will almost never be able to afford to own a home.

The shocking report produces figures for Salford that show these workers having to save for 17 years just to get a deposit together for a first time house.

Full details here...

added 17 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD REGGAE NIGHT FOR SPRINGWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL

Star date: 17th September 2018

TICKETS GOING FAST FOR HOMEGROWN NIGHT

Charity Night for Springwood Primary School
Friday 19th October 7:30pm
Kersal Club £10

Tickets are going fast for a special night at the Kersal Club, featuring top UB40-style band Homegrown and a live DJ playing reggae and R 'n B sounds, plus top raffles and all proceeds going to Springwood Primary School.

Full details here...

added 17 September 2018  

 
 

BUGGY MOVERS FOR MUMS AND DADS AND BABIES IN SALFORD

Star date: 16th September 2018

BABY RUNNING GROUP'S BRILLIANT WAY TO KEEP FIT AND SOCIALISE

Specially adapted running prams are being used as a great way for new parents to keep fit and socialise, as the Buggy Movers walk, jog and run around Salford pushing safely strapped-in babies as they go, starting either in Langworthy, Chapel Street or Cholmondeley Road.

Full details here...

added 16 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD HISTORIES FESTIVAL 2018

Star date: 15th September 2018

SALFORD HISTORY AND HERITAGE GROUPS UNDER ONE ROOF

Salford Histories Festival
Saturday 22nd September 10am-4pm
Hope Chapel, Chapel Street free

Next Saturday it's the annual Salford Histories Festival, featuring over a dozen history and heritage groups, ranging from Eccles and District History Society to the Working Class Movement Library.

Full details here...

added 15 September 2018  

 
 

HOOKY JOINS HACIENDA CLASSICAL AT BRIDGEWATER HALL

Star date: 15th September 2018

HAC CLASSICAL COMES 'HOME' TO BRIDGEWATER HALL

Hacienda Classical
Graeme Park, Mike Pickering and Manchester Camerata, with guest DJs
Thursday 27th September 7pm £32.50-£68
Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Salford star, Peter Hook, is joining guest DJs Allister Whitehead, Tom Wainwright and Bobby Langley, to hit the decks before the Hacienda Classical concert at the Bridgewater Hall on 27th September, where the night had its first concert in 2016.

Full details here...

added 15 September 2018  

 
 

GREATER MANCHESTER JEWISH RESIDENTS SPEAK OUT AGAINST ‘ANTI-SEMITISM’ RALLY

Star date: 15th September 2018

'THEY DO NOT SPEAK IN OUR NAME...'

Jewish people from Salford and beyond have come out in opposition to tomorrow's Say No to Anti-Semitism rally in Manchester, organised by the Jewish establishment, arguing that constant attacks on Jeremy Corbyn detract from the fight against far right organisations; "the real threats of anti-Semitism"...They have organised a counter demonstration outside Central Library between noon and 2pm.

Full details here...

added 15 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD RESIDENTS PROTEST AGAINST RAMPANT DEVELOPMENT OF GREEN SPACES

Star date: 15th September 2018

CAMPBELL ROAD PROTESTERS STAGE DEMO AGAINST BELLWAY HOMES AND SALFORD COUNCIL

"Let's not think we can't do anything – people power changes the world!" Carol, Saving Our Neighbourhood

Residents from the group Saving Our Neighbourhood staged a protest this morning against development by Bellway Homes on Campbell Road green space, and Salford City Council's lack of a plan for the city.

"We're building a movement" said Carol Boyce from Saving Our Neighbourhood "It's not just about us, it's about a Salford wide movement", before the protest continued at the side of the East Lancs Road.

Full details here...

added 15 September 2018  

 
 

BLUE REMEMBERED HILLS AT SALFORD ARTS THEATRE

Star date: 15th September 2018

ADULTS PLAY KIDS AS KIDS PLAY ADULTS

Blue Remembered Hills
Saturday 15th September and then Wednesday 19th–Saturday 22nd; Wednesday 26th-Saturday 29th September
Salford Arts Theatre £12/£10
7:30pm

Dennis Potter's classic, Blue Remembered Hills, comes to Salford Arts Theatre for a staggered eight day run, as adults play kids in a microcosm of society set during the war, complete with unconstructed attitudes and much to say about horrid society. A great set, superb cast and not to be missed. Or else...

Full review here...

added 15 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD RESIDENTS TO DEMONSTRATE AGAINST BELLWAY HOMES AND SALFORD CITY COUNCIL

Star date: 14th September 2018

SALFORD COMMUNITY FLEXES MUSCLES OVER RAMPANT DEVELOPMENT

Saving Our Neighbourhood
Saturday 15th September 10am-noon
Campbell Road Playing Fields

Tomorrow morning, residents will be holding a peaceful, family friendly demonstration against the Bellway Homes development at Campbell Road Playing Fields, near Swinton, which is shoving up 241 houses on green space land. But it goes much further. The demo is also about Salford City Council's planning policies...

"We're joining forces with other neighbourhoods all over the city to say this rampant development of every bit of open space has to stop" says Carol Boyce of Saving Our Neighbourhood.

Full details here...

added 14 September 2018  

 
 

LIVING IN LIMBO ON SALFORD’S GHOST ESTATE

Star date: 13th September 2018

NINE FAMILIES STILL LIVING IN TINNED UP HIGH STREET ESTATE

"It's scary at night and even through the day; we're getting druggies shooting up in the doorways, there was a homeless chap sleeping in the bushes..."

At the back of Salford Precinct is the High Street Estate, with 150 houses due to be demolished to make way for a 'regeneration' that Salford City Council states will "lead to a dilution in the current concentration of economically inactive households" by "young professionals..."

With most of the houses tinned up and their inhabitants exiled elsewhere, the estate looks post-apocalyptic; with belongings strewn everywhere, drug users huddled in doorways and worse. In the midst of this ghost town lives elderly Sandra, disabled, housebound, and left in limbo.

Full details here...

added 13 September 2018  

 
 

£37,000 BIKE HANGARS ARRIVE IN SALFORD

Star date: 12th September 2018

FIRST BIKE HANGARS FOR SALFORD

"It's in the middle of the road, it looks awful and I don't think a single person has used it..." resident

For the past few months, eleven bike hangars have been placed around Salford as a pilot scheme for residents to store their cycles securely. The £37,000 project has been paid for by the Department of Transport's Cycle City Ambition grant and is endorsed by Greater Manchester Cycling Commissioner, Chris Boardman.

The scheme will cost £20 to use for the first two years, increasing to £40 a year after that, and has been met with mixed reactions in the community.

Full details here...

added 12 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD HAS LOST ALMOST 4,000 SOCIAL RENT PROPERTIES IN LAST FOUR YEARS

Star date: 11th September 2018

SO CALLED AFFORDABLE RENT AND RIGHT TO BUY HAVE DWINDLED SOCIAL RENT STOCK

New figures released by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) show that Salford lost 1,900 social rent properties between 2012-13 and 2016-17, thanks to conversions to so-called 'affordable rent', and people taking up the Right To Buy with no replacement properties being built.

The Salford Star has estimated that, hand in hand with this, the city has also lost over 1,000 affordable properties through not forcing developers to provide them via Section 106.

Full details here...

added 11 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL NURSERIES MUST REMAIN IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR DEMANDS CAMPAIGN

Star date: 10th September 2018

AS SALFORD CITY COUNCIL CONSULTS ON THE FUTURE OF ITS NURSERIES, TEN DEMANDS PUT FORWARD BY CAMPAIGNERS

As Salford City Council embarks on yet another consultation on the future of its threatened five outstanding nurseries, campaigners have today put forward ten demands, including that they must remain in the public sector.

The Council wants to devolve the childcare centres to local schools or "other providers"...

Full details here...

added 10 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD GRADE II LISTED VICTORIA THEATRE SOLD AS CAMPAIGNERS REMAIN CYNICAL

Star date: 10th September 2018

IS THERE A SECRET PLAN TO DEMOLISH LOWER BROUGHTON VICTORIA THEATRE?

"The Mayor has not replied to our correspondence or calls for months now..."

Salford Victoria Theatre Trust, which is campaigning to bring Lower Broughton's Grade II listed Victoria Theatre back to community use, has learned that since last week's failed auction sale, the building has been sold to an, as yet, unknown buyer.

With a new Local Plan for Lower Broughton being published in November, the campaigners remain cynical of Salford City Council's promise to protect the theatre, particularly in light of the silence from Salford City Mayor, Paul Dennett.

Full details here...

added 10 September 2018  

 
 

PEEL HOLDINGS TRAFFORD INCINERATOR WILL NOT BE BUILT

Star date: 10th September 2018

SALFORD-POLLUTING BARTON RENEWABLE ENERGY PLANT STOPPED

Peel Holdings has surrendered its permit to build a huge biomass-fuelled, heat and power plant in Davyhulme, which would have released toxic emissions into Salford.

Campaigners have been fighting for eight years to stop the incinerator being built and are thrilled with the news... "We are delighted at its demise" says Peter Kilvert of the Breathe Clean Air Group.

Full details here...

added 10 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD YOUNG STARS WANTED FOR HIDDEN PETERLOO MASSACRE PROJECT

Star date: 9th September 2018

YOUNG PEOPLE AGE 15-21 WANTED TO BE PETERLOO LEGENDS

The Hidden Project, which is making photographic tableaus recreating the Peterloo Massacre is looking for outgoing young people aged 15 to 21 to take part in the photo shoot, which take place on either Saturday 13th or Sunday 14th October.

Dozens of older people queued to take part in the Hidden Project casting recently but the shoot now needs younger people.

Full details here...

added 09 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD ARTISTS CAN APPLY FOR RESIDENCY IN FRANCE VIA CAUSTIC COASTAL

Star date: 9th September 2018

CAUSTIC COASTAL LAUNCHES £2,000 ARTIST EXCHANGE RESIDENCY IN CLERMONT AND OPENS LATEST DAN SZOR AND HEATHER GLAZZARD SHOW

Any artist living or working in Salford can now apply for a two week exchange residency in the city's twin town, Clermont Ferrand, which comes complete with over £2,000 for travel, expenses and materials.

Meanwhile, Caustic Coastal launches its latest show, Turkey Burglar, by Dan Szor, with photos by Heather Glazzard, at its gallery this Friday 14th September. Expect a pyre 'burning' a godlike Michelin man figure.

Full details here...

added 09 September 2018  

 
 

POST WAR TRAUMA DRAMA AT SALFORD KINGS ARMS

Star date: 9th September 2018

THE MONSTERS OF WAR WE CANNOT SEE
Citadel
Tuesday 11th – Saturday 15th September 7:30pm
The Kings Arms £11

Friendship, grief and hope are examined in a one-act drama by ex-serviceman David Chriscole, exploring the symptoms of combat post-traumatic stress disorder in his new play Citadel, as Ian Leslie reports.

Full details here...

added 09 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD KNACKERED STATUES AND MONUMENTS SEARCH FOR RESTORATION

Star date: 8th September 2018

THE SEARCH IS ON FOR SALFORD MONUMENTS TO BE RESTORED

Surface repair company, Plastic Surgeon, has launched a national campaign to find knackered statues, public artworks and monuments which deserve restoration.

The Community Restoration Project campaign "not only wants to restore a forgotten landmark somewhere in the UK, but forgotten civic pride too" states the company.  The best ones will be put on a shortlist and the nation will vote for the chosen one. Unfortunately it's too late for the Salford Quays Cranes!

Full details here...

added 08 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD HORSE GETS PLANNING PERMISSION

Star date: 8th September 2018

PONY AND LAMPPOST GET PLANNING PERMISSION FOR BEXLEY SQUARE

A pony and lamppost sculpture created by artist Emma Rodgers and to be sited at Bexley Square, got planning permission this week from Salford City Council.

The lamppost represents the first gas lit street lighting in the world which was located on Chapel Street, while the scrawny pony recognises Salford having the first horse-drawn bus service, and use of horses in its mining and canal system. There's a load of other symbolism in the sculpture too...but nothing about the Battle of Bexley Square.

Full details here...

added 08 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD COMMUNITY GROUPS UNITE AGAINST RAMPANT DEVELOPMENT

Star date: 7th September 2018

PACKED SAVING OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD SWINTON MEETING SEES BEGINNING OF FIGHTBACK AGAINST COUNCIL AND DEVELOPERS

'This is not about party politics...It's about holding elected officials to account...'

Last night, at Salford Civic Centre, a packed meeting called by the Saving Our Neighbourhood group brought together speakers from RAID which is fighting Peel Holdings plans in Broadoak, the campaign fighting development at Duncan Matheson fields off Lancaster Road, and the residents' group opposing Bellway Homes' building on Campbell Road Playing Fields in Swinton.

The fiery meeting heard appeals to unite all the Salford campaigns against development with militant action, or "we're going to have nothing left"...

Full details here...

added 07 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD GRADE II VICTORIA THEATRE FAILS TO SELL AT AUCTION

Star date: 6th September 2018

VICTORIA THEATRE FAILS TO MEET £350,000 GUIDE PRICE

Campaigners hoping to buy and save the Grade II listed Victoria Theatre in Lower Broughton breathed a sigh of temporary relief today as the building failed to meet its £350,000 guide price.

"We're not out of the woods as it is still on the market" says Sam Kelly from Salford Victoria Theatre Trust. Salford City Council could have stopped the auction by fast-tracking an application for the theatre to be deemed an 'asset of community value'. But didn't.

Full details here...

added 06 September 2018  

 
 

SALIX HOMES CANON GREEN BLOCK FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS GETS PLANNING PERMISSION

Star date: 6th September 2018

THIRD TIME LUCKY FOR SALIX

Salix Homes' application to Salford City Council to build a block of 108 'affordable' apartments for 'young professionals' finally got planning permission this morning as its remodelling of the scheme was approved unanimously, despite on objector calling the removal of 37 category B trees "an environmental outrage".

Plans to build 24 unaffordable apartments on the site of the former Broadway Inn near Salford Quays were also approved as councillors questioned the lack of social housing in the area.

Full details here...

added 06 September 2018  

 
 

MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY REPORT SLAMS NEGLECT OF ‘CIVILISED LIFE FOR ALL’ IN GREATER MANCHESTER

Star date: 5th September 2018

AS ANDY BURNHAM ASKS FOR MORE POWER, NEW REPORT SLAMS FAILED GREATER MANCHESTER DEVELOPMENT

"Local authorities lost their public service compass and came to serve property developers not citizens..."

Today, Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham, was at Parliament calling for more devolution. But a new report out from the University of Manchester slams the current Greater Manchester approach to 'property led urban regeneration', stating that it has neglected things like decent housing, transport and the "social infrastructure necessary to decent life for all GM citizens".

The report, to be launched at a debate at Manchester Cathedral next week, calls for "a new civic future".

Full details here...

added 05 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD IN GOVERNMENT’S TOP TWENTY COUNCILS WITH BIGGEST NEED FOR NEW SCHOOLS

Star date: 4th September 2018

SALFORD ELIGIBLE FOR NEW SCHOOL FUNDING BASED ON NEED AND 'LOW STANDARDS'

Salford has been included in a Department for Education list of twenty local authorities with a "very significant expected basic need [for school places] coinciding with low standards in the same planning area".

Salford City Council can now bid for a share of £50million for a 'presumption free school grant'; in English, another new academy secondary school. Meanwhile, as pupils head back to school today, Salford's education system is in turmoil.

Full details here...

added 04 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD CITY COUNCIL SET TO APPROVE A FURTHER £670,000 LOAN TO ITS STADIUM

Star date: 4th September 2018

SALFORD COUNCIL STADIUM LOANS TO HIT OVER £25MILLION

Salford City Mayor, Paul Dennett, is set to approve a further £670,000 loan to its AJ Bell Stadium, with the figure to be matched by its joint venture partner, Peel Holdings.

This will take the total amounts of loans outstanding from the Council to the Stadium to £25,165,000.

Full details here...

added 04 September 2018  

 
 

GREATER MANCHESTER COUNCILS INVESTING £1BILLION IN FRACKING COMPANIES

Star date: 3rd September 2018

SALFORD PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS' PENSIONS BEING INVESTED IN FRACKING COMPANIES

Salford public sector workers' pensions, along with others in Greater Manchester, are being invested in fracking companies to the tune of £1billion, a new report from 350.org, Platform and Friends of the Earth shows.

Greater Manchester is investing almost twice the amount of any other council-run fund in the fossil fuel companies... "It's shocking" says Chris Smith, from Fossil Free Greater Manchester.

Full details here...

added 03 September 2018  

 
 

SIX CANDIDATES TO FIGHT ECCLES BY-ELECTION

Star date: 3rd September 2018

WOMEN'S EQUALITY PARTY JOINS FIGHT FOR ECCLES WARD

Six candidates have put their names forward to stand in the Eccles local by-election in Salford on Thursday 27th, with the Women's Equality Party joining the Greens, UKIP, LibDems, Tories and Labour.

Full details here...

added 03 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD GROUP OF EX-OFFENDERS SPEAKS TRUTH TO PRISON SYSTEM

Star date: 2nd September 2018

SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER AND BREAKING THE CYCLE

A new group called Breaking The Cycle, made up of ex-offenders and those who have had friends and family in jail, is speaking truth to power to improve prisoners' families support services in Greater Manchester.

They've already visited Risley prison and have come up with recommendations, with Styal and Wymott prisons next in line... "It's about reducing crime" says Jason from Breaking The Cycle.

Full details here...

added 02 September 2018  

 
 

UNIVERSITIES UNDER THREAT FROM ‘THE NEW TREASON OF THE INTELLECTUALS’

Star date: 2nd September 2018

INTERNATIONAL ANTHONY BURGESS FOUNDATION HOSTS 'CAN UNIVERSITIES SURVIVE' EVENT

Thomas Docherty: 'Can The University Survive?'
Thursday 27th September 6pm-8pm
International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester

After the sacking of Professor James Newell at Salford University for basically not chasing money, Thomas Docherty, author of The New Treason of the Intellectuals, is giving a talk at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation on the politicisation and 'market-fundamentalist ideology' of higher education institutions, like, er, Salford University. Should be fun.

Full details here...

added 02 September 2018  

 
 

TWO SALFORD COMMUNITY GROUPS RECOGNISED BY THE QUEEN

Star date: 2nd September 2018

LOWER KERSAL GROUP AND CRITCHLEY COMMUNITY HUB HONOURED AT GORTON MONASTERY

Two Salford community organisations, Lower Kersal Young People and Community Group (LKYPCG) and Critchley Community Hub have received a Queen's Awards for Voluntary Service at a special ceremony at Gorton Monastery this week.

Full details here...

added 02 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD VIGIL ON WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY

Star date: 2nd September 2018

1,279 PEOPLE COMMITTED SUICIDE IN GREATER MANCHESTER OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS

World Suicide Prevention Day Vigil of Remembrance
Monday 10th September 6:30pm-7:30pm
Lowry Plaza

Over the last five years, 1,279 Greater Manchester people have taken their own lives and on 10th September there's going to be a vigil to remember those who have been lost and to 'smash the stigma associated with suicide', with JB Barrington, Blaney, Marvin Cheeseman and GM Mayor, Andy Burnham.

Full details here...

added 02 September 2018  

 
 

THE SALFORD MUSIC FESTIVAL IS BACK WITH TWO NIGHTS OF SOLID SOUNDS

Star date: 1st September 2018

REN HARVIEU, BLANEY, WULFMAN FURY HEADLINE SMF – PLUS A MARK E SMITH TRIBUTE

Salford Music Festival
Friday 28th and Saturday 29th September
Cobden Works £6 per night

The Salford Music festival is back for its eighth event, this time over two nights at Walk The Plank's Cobden Works on Cobden Street. There's loads of bands and DJs, cheap beer and a small but special tribute to the late Mark E Smith.

Full details here...

added 01 September 2018  

 
 

SALFORD CARNIVAL FOR LOOKED AFTER CHILDREN AND CARE LEAVERS

Star date: 1st September 2018

BROUGHTON HOSTS CARNIVAL

Looked after children and care leavers from across Greater Manchester gathered at the Salford Lifestyle Centre in Lower Broughton this week to deliver the first ever GMYN Care Experienced Carnival, complete with puppets, samba drumming and more, as Ian Leslie reports...

Full details here...

added 01 September 2018  

 
 

WIGAN DIGGERS FESTIVAL 2018

Star date: 1st September 2018

8TH WIGAN DIGGERS FEST BRINGS BLOCKHEADS AND MERRY HELL

Wigan Diggers Festival
Saturday 8th September 11:30am-9:30pm free
Wigan

The 8th annual free Wigan Diggers Festival takes place on Saturday 8th September with its usual superb mix of music, poetry, comedy, children's entertainment, stalls, speakers and surprises. All with an activist twist.

Full details here...

added 01 September 2018  

 
 

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