Diary: Salford rewarded for blooming vista

The city of Salford is rarely celebrated for its floral diversity. So the Seedley and Langworthy community in central Salford deserves particular credit for winning the community section of this year's annual Britain in Bloom awards. Seedley and Langworthy won the North West in Bloom urban regeneration award last year. Its success stems from the Alley-gator project, which involves security measures, clean-ups and seasonal planting sessions in the alleys between the backs of terraced houses in the area.

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