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I, Daniel Blake will be shown as part of Salford Arts Theatre

Ken Loach's BAFTA award winning I, Daniel Blake will be shown as part of Salford Arts Theatre on Sunday, March 19.

Then there will be entertainment and music from the Young Vanish, spoken word from Steph Lonsdale and mirth from host Gordon Zola.

The event will be raising funds for Lifecentre which is a charity based on Langworthy Road in Salford that has many projects.

Supported by Tesco and Warburton's, they provide breakfast for children who otherwise might not. They provide school uniforms with the help of Georgia's House.

They offer free counselling and family law advice, a youth project on Monday evenings and a foodbank for destitute asylum seekers.

On Saturdays they offer english lesson for settled refugees and asylum seekers culminating in a big lunch cooked and eaten together and used as an opportunity for them to practice.

Any financial help will go a long way as currently they are low on funds for certain programmes and are being propped up by sole volunteers. They deserve all the help we can give them.

Raffle prizes up for grabs as we aim to raise funds for the Lifecentre.

For more information visit Salford Arts Theatre website.



Wanted on recall to prison: Michael Farnworth

Credit: GMP

Police in Greater Manchester have released a picture of a Pendlebury man is wanted on recall to prison.

Officers are trying to trace Michael Farnworth, 42, after breaching the conditions of his licence.

He was released from prison in November 2016 after serving a sentence for harassment.

He has links to Salford and Bolton, as well as Owsaldtwistle and Darwen in Lancashire.

Anyone with any information about Farnworth's whereabouts should call police on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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