Home owners in Sale are watching the property market closely as estate agents start opening up for business again. Buyers and sellers are waiting to see the effect on prices caused by the economic downturn of Covid-19.
More than 5,500 hand-made love hearts have been distributed by a new Sale charity in the last month to help families affected by Covid-19. Volunteers from Silk Elephant are sending them to hospitals, hospices, care and nursing homes and funeral directors as part of its #GiftOfAHeart campaign.
Sale’s two golf clubs are reopening tomorrow (Wednesday) with strict guidelines for players. Both Ashton-on-Mersey Golf Club and Sale Golf Club are limiting use of the course to members only initially meaning no guests or visitors are allowed.
The absence of sporting action over the last few weeks has been hugely frustrating for Sale Sports Club after it underwent major changes. A summer of cricket and tennis at their smart new clubhouse on Clarendon Crescent is in danger of being wiped out by Covid-19.
Comedian Justin Moorhouse turns quizmaster on Wednesday, May 13, to support St Ann’s Hospice.
The Phoenix Nights star is the latest celebrity to present the virtual half-hour quiz which is held every Wednesday at 1 pm.
Food fanatic Matty Peet found the perfect recipe to help the NHS – by cooking up spicy curries for his pals.
A hot madras or garlic chilli, served with chicken or paneer, plus rice and chapatis were delivered to more than a dozen homes in Sale.
It’s one of Sale’s secret surprises ….and Walkden Gardens is arguably the town’s prettiest beauty spot.
Yet for some it remains undiscovered. Many use the junction of Marsland Road and Derbyshire Road without realising it is there.
Bunting, bingo and blue skies brought a carnival atmosphere to VE Day celebrations in Sale.
The town was blessed with warm Bank Holiday sunshine for socially-distant street parties marking the 75th anniversary since the end of fighting in Europe in World War Two.
The show must go on for Sale Nomads who were forced to cancel their special VE Day show because of Covid-19.
The theatre group – set up in 1946 a year after the war ended – should have been treading the boards at their May show which would have featured a VE Day tribute.
Wreaths were laid at the War Memorial outside Sale Town Hall this morning to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
The Mayor of Trafford Cllr Rob Chilton and the High Sheriff of Greater Manchester Dr Eamonn O’Neal each laid a wreath to mark the end of fighting against Nazi Germany in Europe in World War Two.