Welcome to Partners IN Salford
- This year's Partnership Conference has been postponed - a new date will be made avaialble as soon as possible
- Salford's Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy has now been published and pages for the Health and Wellbeing Board will be available here soon
- The proposal for the new Salford City Partnership was agreed on 18 March
- Partnership e-Bulletin - December 2012
- The City Mayor launched Connecting Salford: Whose city vision is it? - the results are being used to inform the new City Strategy and City Plan
- On 30 October, Salford held its first ever Youth Day to celebrate the positive contributions young people make to our city
- Joint Strategic Needs Assessment neighbourhood profiles are now available.
- The 2012 Community Priorities are now available
- Updated Partnership priority objectives and actions
- Better off in Salford - our new Family Poverty Strategy
- The Effective Partnership Toolkit is now available to help partners improve their partnerships
- Find out more about what has been achieved over the ten year New Deal for Communities programme in Charlestown and Lower Kersal
- Salford Strategic Partnership and executive meeting papers
On Thursday 3rd May the people of Salford elected Ian Stewart to be our new City Mayor. One of his first actions is to look at how Salford can become a co-operative authority working with the community and partners to improve the city. Our Partnership naturally forms part of this work and we are looking at ways forward for Partners IN Salford.
Since October 2012 we have been reviewing our strategic partnership to make sure it will be fit for future purposes and we would like to hear from you. On 18 March the proposal for the new Salford City Partnership was agreed. This will be launched at the Partnership Conference on the afternoon of Wednesday 22 May.
If you have any questions concerning Partners IN Salford please email Jon.Stephenson@salford.gov.uk (Partnership Manager) or call him on 0161 793 2929.
Salford City Council are making their emails more secure
Salford City Council is changing the way staff send sensitive information electronically. Every team within Children's Services will have a secure mailbox using PGP (Pretty Good Protection) which will be used to email information or attachments containing sensitive/personal information to organisations outside Salford City Council.
Due to the nature of the work/cases, it is important that you reply directly to the social worker who emailed you. The mailboxes used to send secure email do not allow incoming email therefore you cannot reply to that mailbox.
PGP will protect the contents of the email by encrypting it. Encrypted emails will look different to normal email - you will be given a link to go to. The first time you do this, you will be asked to create a password which you will use in future to retrieve encrypted emails from Salford City Council.
If you have any issues with accessing/opening encrypted emails from Salford City Council, their helpdesk will support you.
Please contact them using the telephone number: 0161 793 3993 during the periods:
- 8.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Thursday
- 8.00am to 4.30pm on Friday
Tell us what you think...
This website exists for the whole partnership to use and your ideas for what should be on the site are vital in making it a true partnership resource. Please email any comments and suggestions to us at email@example.com.
Partners IN Salford is the local strategic partnership for this city. Through our partnership, the city's public, private, voluntary, community and faith sectors join forces to make Salford a great place to be.