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Come Meet Us!

As part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science 2020 we cordially invite you to join us online for a workshop exploring the work Salford...

Our creative work

And here it is, our creative work. It's called A Park in Three Acts It's available on Youtube and shown on campus around the university

Making the film

We set to work, taking, emailing and uploading photos, composing music, writing poetry, painting, thinking, sharing ideas. The film...

The creative output emerges

We settled on an idea for our creative work. We would combine our photographs, short films, music written, history research and poetic...

Peaceful and calming

We found that the park had a peaceful and calming effect on our moods. The flowers were beautiful, the birds singing, the river flowing....

The History Enthusiast

In our group, we were fortunate to have an enthusiast for the park's history. He undertook significant research into the park's...

Taking photos and chatting

As we walked around the park, we discussed its purpose. Why was it there? What did people like about it? At the time, it was the only way...

Making creative work

We decided to meet every Tuesday afternoon to walk through Peel Park and explore what it had to offer. We wanted to make a creative work...

Exploring the park

Here we are in the park! We commissioned Dr Jessica Symons from Visioning Lab to work with students, staff and residents to work with us...

Where it all began...

Salford Loaves and Fishes are a community group in Pendleton. The Salford Doctoral College are students and staff who wanted to have a...