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Croft Carnival 2015

JUNIOR Carnival Queen – 8-years-old Rosa Sakhi was crowned Rose Queen at the annual Croft Carnival.

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School’s plan to drive up standards

URGENT action is already being taken to drive up standards and achievements at a Warrington primary school judged to be “requiring improvement.”

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Re-launch of Warrington Civic Society

I was delighted to attend the re-launch of Warrington Civic Society and look forward to working closely with the organisation to help ensure our town’s historic buildings are protected for future generations to enjoy.

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FA Cup giant killers set sights on promotion

FA Cup giant killers Warrington Town will host promoted Salford City in one of their pre-season fixtures in the build up to the forthcoming season – when the number one goal is promotion!

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Free legal advice for dementia carers

AN innovative new Warrington service will offer free legal advice to carers of the growing numbers of people diagnosed each year with dementia.

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Brainwave charity Golf Day

HIGH Legh Golf and Country Club was the setting for a Charity Golf Day organised by Alister Cook and his wife, Victoria on behalf of the Birchwood based Brainwave’s Northwest Centre.

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Brainwave charity Golf Day

HIGH Legh Golf and Country Club was the setting for a Charity Golf Day organised by Alister Cook and his wife, Victoria on behalf of the Birchwood based Brainwave’s Northwest Centre.

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Legh Street Baths

SUCH nostalgia reading Peter’s article.  I too learned how to swim, Mrs

Anderson taught me and a pupil from The High School who had polio, my

school was Richard Fairclough 54/58.