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You don't expect to bump in to one of the stars of the biggest television series in the world in your local Asda, but that's exactly what Traycie Dargon did when she spotted non-other-than Game of Thrones' lovable Samwell Tarly actor John Bradley-West.
Teacher Traycie was in the Trafford Park supermarket this afternoon when she spotted the superstar.
He was posing for pictures with everyone, I didn't have a clue who he was. The guy on the till told me, Gary, he's a massive fan of Game of Thrones and was star struck by him.
He posed happily with quite a few people for pictures.
I don't watch it myself, but took the pictures anyway. He had he's picture taken with numerous Asda staff as well.
John grew up in Wythenshawe and is currently starring in the 7th season of Game of Thrones which is made by HBO.
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Work to build a new six-stop Metrolink line to the busy Trafford Park industrial estate and intu Trafford Centre will ramp up this month.
The road closures will be introduced in three phases and will remain in force for approximately three years.
- From today Mosley Road will be closed south at its junction with Village Way, which will also include a footway closure on the south side of Village Way
- The second phase will include a closure of Wharf End and Victoria Place, a footway closure of Sir Alex Ferguson Way and a 30mph speed limit on Park Way. This will come into effect on Monday 22 May.
- From Monday 19 June, Trafford Wharf Road and Village Way will become one way eastbound. Further closures of adjoining roads will also be necessary at times.
Diversion routes will be clearly signposted and local bus services will be re-routed.
Road users are encouraged to allow more time for their journeys.
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A headteacher has told ITV Granada Reports that Trafford Council is 'potentially putting children's lives at risk' - with plans to cut school crossing patrols.
Parents and pupils have been fighting to save their local lollipop men and women.
Trafford Council says it has to make savings of £42 million and schools could be forced to find the money themselves.
Our political correspondent Joe Pike reports: