About Salford

The City of Salford is named after the settlement Salford. It is a metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester with a population of over 245000 and has a notable educational system. Half of Salford is filled with nature reserves and forests along with wildlife habitats which makes it a tourist attraction. The city was once claimed as the UK's only orange canal which was famous for its distinctive orange colour.

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  • Home to UK’s only orange canal
  • Boasts hundreds of acres of parkland and wildlife habitats
  • Home to University of Salford, Pendleton Sixth Form College
  • Hub of 3000 international students from around the world
  • Boasts of tourists attractions such as Buile Hill Park, Salford Cathedral
  • Noted for its Rugby League

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