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Salford Red Devils - 2022 SEASON TICKETS

Friday 8th October 2021  2022 SEASON TICKETS ON SALE NOW Salford Red Devils season tickets for the 2022 campaign are on sale now.  There is a price freeze on all season ticket prices from the last year and all existing age categories remain the same.* Salford Red Devils would like to thank the club’s supporters for sticking with us over the last two seasons, during...

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Wood Awards 2021 shortlist announced

Wednesday 22nd September 2021  Nineteen structures and eleven product designs have been nominated for the Wood Awards 2021 shortlist – including a 1930's apartment, a unique room divider, and a former furniture warehouse.   The Wood Awards, which celebrates excellence in architecture and product design using wood in the UK, is a particularly rigorous...

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Mark Green - 40 years in the timber trade today!

Tuesday 14th September 2021 Mark Green started his career in the timber trade 40 years ago today at Emanuel Whittaker Limited. Starting as a Joinery Estimator Trainee, Mark quickly worked his way up the ladder to become Joinery Manager & before long was responsible for a workforce of approx. 50 people. Mark has been a key part of Prowood’s sales team for 10 years. He is driven, o...

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Covid: Report finds big rises in garden furniture prices

Tuesday 31st August 2021  Retailers have blamed rising shipping, freight and raw material costs for big increases in the prices of garden furniture over the past two years. Consumer group Which? found some items were about twice as expensive as they were in 2019. In one case it found the price of a shed sold by a leading DIY retailer was 155% dearer in 2021. Retailers pointe...

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Salford Red Devils captain Lee Mossop forced to retire.

Wednesday 11th August 2021  Salford Red Devils can confirm that skipper Lee Mossop has been forced to retire with immediate effect following medical orders. Prop Mossop joined Salford in 2017 from Wigan Warriors and became captain in 2018. Throughout his career, Mossop has had 11 reconstruction operations on his shoulders to try and prolong his career as much as possible. Althoug...

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Timber shortage due to 'unprecedented' post-lockdown demand

Wednesday 4th August 2021.   Architecture student Mersei Mongaba works on a modular house made from sustainable Finnish larch, which has doubled in cost The price of timber has risen sharply with builders struggling to get supplies, as post-lockdown construction and DIY projects create huge demand. The Timber Trade Federation (TTF) said suppliers were "working around th...

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B.C. declares provincial state of emergency due to wildfires

Wednesday 28th July 2021 The B.C. government has declared a state of emergency, giving extraordinary powers to react to a wildfire situation that is expected to get worse over the coming days.  British Columbia is once again under a provincial state of emergency. Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth declared a state of emergency on Tuesday afternoon in response to ongoing wildfires bur...

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