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Location

Situated in the heart of North West England, Salford has thrived in recent years thanks to the creation of MediaCityUK, which became the headquarters of CBBC and BBC Sport in 2011.

Culture in Salford

There is plenty to get the creative juices flowing in Salford. Islington Mill, previously a cotton spinning mill of some repute, has now been transformed into a thriving venue for art, music, innovative companies and a funky B & B. If an arts event is taking place in Salford, it's probably happening here.

Theatre lovers can get their fix at The Kings Arms – half pub, half-performance venue – where comedy nights, live music, cutting-edge plays and even regular knitting meet-ups are commonplace. Food and drink at this venue is excellent and reasonably priced.

Things to do in Salford

Salford Museum and Art Gallery makes for a great day out, giving visitors the chance to experience Lark Hill Place, an atmospheric reimagining of a typical northern street during the Victorian era. The UK's first free public library when it was opened in 1850, the museum is also home to a number of permanent displays and exhibitions as well as kid-friendly activities and a communities and outreach programme. Salford has a number of heritage walks and trails, great for anyone wanting to learn more about the city while also keeping fit. Visitors can also enjoy a nice little boat cruise along the Bridgewater Canal. Salford Cathedral – an imposing, Grade II listed, neo-Gothic structure – is also well worth a visit.

The Lowry – a large art gallery named after 20th century painter LS Lowry and featuring over 300 of his works – is Salford's most famous landmark. Built on the waterside of the redeveloped Salford Quays, The Lowry opened in 2000. It brings together a large variety of performing and visual arts, with two main theatres showing a diverse selection of comedy, dance, music, opera, jazz and ballet, while the extensive gallery space is for Lowry's work and other modern exhibitions. MediaCityUK has become an attraction in itself, while the BBC Manchester media tours offer an illuminating insight into what goes on behind the cameras.

Student Life in Salford

With more than 19,000 students, the University of Salford is a public research establishment offering a wide range of innovative and challenging degree courses, both undergraduate and postgraduate. With Manchester less than a ten minute walk away, students studying there may also decide to choose Salford as a place to live.

Buying in Salford

Once unfairly maligned as tough, rough and dangerous to know, people no longer turn their noses up when it comes to Salford. The redevelopment of the Salford Quays, the arrival of MediaCityUK, continuing regeneration projects and a number of brilliant cultural venues have helped to turn Salford's fortunes around. As more media employees make their way towards Salford, it seems inevitable that prices will rise, so it's best to get in now.

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