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Salford Lads' Club

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Salford Lads' Club

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Salford Lads' Club

The famous picture of The Smiths outside the entrance of the club, by Stephen Wright, is already hanging in the National Portrait Gallery in London. It's a symbol for the Smiths and the great music of (Greater) Manchester in general.

Norbert Blech Photo: Courtesy Salford Lads' Club

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THE QUEEN IS DEAD ! WHAT AN AWSOME ALBUM.SALFORD LADS CLUB IS AN ICON BECAUSE OF THE HEART AND SOUL IT GIVES TO THE REAL PEOPLE OF THIS :JEWEL SET IN A SILVER SEA:
GARY MILLINGTON


Excuse Me, Mr English! So far this year I have shown visitors from South Korea, Brazil, Serbia, the Dominican Republic and almost 50 other countries around Salford Lads? Club. Many of those visitors had travelled to the north-west purely to visit the club. Frankly Mr English, it?s more a world heritage site than just an English icon!
Leslie Holmes


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I believe rice, peas and jerk chicken is an Icon of England.

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