Reanne Donkor

Aspiring Public Relations Practitioner with a passion for music, gaming and the environment.

Freelance Journalist for SalfordNow.

BA Journalism & PR at the University of Salford.

"It's a community effort" - The Salford Litter Heroes coming together to clean up the streets

Salford Litter Heroes, an environmental conservation organisation, are demonstrating that they are a force for change by volunteering their spare time into keeping Salford’s streets clean. Nomad Coffee Company, a mobile coffee shop in Worsley, have joined the Salford Litter Heroes initiative, asking for volunteers to take part in a socially distanced litter pick around the Worsely area, in return for a hot beverage.

The online sweet shop delivering "a little taste of Blackpool to your home"

Lauren’s Sweet Shop is based in Salford and has been working hard after remoulding their business into providing home deliveries of sweet treats throughout the pandemic. Lauren Sweets, 30, said: “This year has been out of the normal for everyone. We are normally in the event industry/catering but because of the pandemic and lockdowns, with there being no events or parties, we have had to turn our business into providing home deliveries.” When the first lockdown hit, Lauren noticed that, under

Ordsall 'meals on wheels' team works through pandemic to be "here for everyone"

The team at The Tatton community cafe in Ordsall is helping out vulnerable residents by providing affordable meals on wheels throughout the pandemic. The Tatton is a charitable incorporated organisation that provides a community hub based in Ordsall, Salford. Its mission is to provide an accessible, friendly, and safe social centre to improve the quality of life for the local community.