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  Copyright Salford City Council - Salford City Council
Salford City Council owns the copyright in its logo, coat of arms and all other promotional logos which appear on this website or elsewhere.
The Salford City Council logo is a registered trademark (number 2385496) under the Trade Marks Act 1994.
Any use of these pages for any commercial purpose is not authorised unless a licence is first obtained from Salford City Council by applying to webmaster@salford.gov.uk.
www.salford.gov.uk /copyright.htm   (484 words)

  
  City of Salford in Greater Manchester
It is only since very recent times that Salford could begin to be thought of as a tourist venue, for it's 19th and early 20th century history has been dogged by poverty and industrial squalor and images created by the likes of its most celebrated artist, L.S. Lowry.
The Manor (or Hundred) of Salford contained all the lands "between the Ribble and the Mersey", contained 9 large parishes, and came under the diocese of Lichfield in matters ecclesiastical.
The so-called Salford "Hundreds" (an Anglo-Saxon word meaning "district"), included most of modern Manchester, as far as Heaton Mersey in the south, Bolton and Bury to the north, Oldham and Rochdale to the east, and Warrington and Wigan to the west.
www.manchester2002-uk.com /towns/salford1.html   (495 words)

  
  Salford
Salford is a city in Greater Manchester in the north-west of England.
The city's eastern boundary separates Salford from the City of Manchester.
With neighbouring towns Salford forms the metropolitan borough of the City of Salford.
www.buzznet.com /buzzwords/salford   (91 words)

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