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Climate emergency group launches Warrington-wide consultation

IN the wake of the UN’s climate conference in Glasgow, Warrington’s Climate Emergency Commission has launched a consultation to help shape a borough-wide strategy to encourage and guide action by people and organisations locally.

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Youth Justice Service rated ‘Good’

CHESHIRE Youth Justice Service – which provides support for young people at risk of committing crime, those who have been convicted and victims – has been praised by government inspectors.

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New hate crime support system launched

POLICE and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer has commissioned a new service for victims of hate crime in the county to reflect the 20% increase in incidents reported over the past year.

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New hate crime support system launched

POLICE and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer has commissioned a new service for victims of hate crime in the county to reflect the 20% increase in incidents reported over the past year.

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Police Commissioner amplifies messages of tackling domestic violence

POLICE and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer is amplifying messages around tackling domestic violence/abuse, rape and harassment, ‘honour’-based abuse, female genital mutilation and forced marriage, as he continues to support activism against gender-based violence.

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Boteler chess players run into tough opposition

MEMBERS of the chess club at Warrington’s Sir Thomas Boteler CE High School travelled to Bolton to take part in the English Chess Federation Schools u19 tournament at Bolton School.

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Time to spring clean the keyboard warriors!

SPRING is in the air, the roadmap out of lockdown is underway and the vaccine programme is being rolled out so hopefully, the light is shining brightly at the end of what has been a very long dark tunnel.

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Hungry seals lapping it up in lockdown!

PHOTOGRAPHS of Grey seals feeding on plentiful fish stocks in the River Mersey proved hugely popular with many of our online readers and although not welcomed by local anglers, some positives can be drawn from the sightings.

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Lymm couple show true value of community volunteers

SINCE launching Lymm Life magazine in April 1999 we have covered many uplifting stories and recounted many tales involving community spirit and the numerous volunteers who help make Lymm such a unique place.

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Plan to make town centre COVID-19 traffic measures permanent will create even more rat runs!

HAVING been a near-daily visitor to Warrington Town Centre for business and recreational purposes for more than 40 years, I have to say the latest plans to make the temporary COVID-19 related traffic measures permanent, is possibly the most ill-conceived highways proposal I have ever witnessed since the creation of the Bridge Foot chaos, which has now become worse, making three lanes merge into two.

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Time for politicians to pull together

LIKE much of the world here in Warrington we are going through unprecedented times during a global pandemic and our second national lockdown.

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Rylands to host Newcastle Town on Saturday

GORSEY Lane was the place for goals in November with 21 being scored in the 3 NPL West games staged at the Warrington ground, 17 being scored by the Blues.

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Rylands bidding to go second

WITH their midweek game at Colne called off due to a waterlogged pitch Warrington Rylands will be hoping to build on their 8-0 defeat of Ramsbottom United last weekend when they visit Bootle on Saturday.

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Rylands to host Newcastle Town on Saturday

GORSEY Lane was the place for goals in November with 21 being scored in the 3 NPL West games staged at the Warrington ground, 17 being scored by the Blues.

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Rylands bidding to go second

WITH their midweek game at Colne called off due to a waterlogged pitch Warrington Rylands will be hoping to build on their 8-0 defeat of Ramsbottom United last weekend when they visit Bootle on Saturday.

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Why Is Crypto Investment Worth It?

Crypto industry is in demand as never before, people raise real capital on buying and selling digital currencies, market value is constantly increasing, and new investors appear every day. In this article, discover why cryptocurrency is so popular and whether it’s right to invest in crypto nowadays.

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Warrington firm wins two multi-million £ deals

WARRINGTON-headquartered BGEN, a specialist, multi-discipline engineering solutions business, has been awarded two multi-million pound framework agreements by National Grid.

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Carpets and Beds

Carpet suppliers and carpet cleaners in the Warrington area.

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Why Is Crypto Investment Worth It?

Crypto industry is in demand as never before, people raise real capital on buying and selling digital currencies, market value is constantly increasing, and new investors appear every day. In this article, discover why cryptocurrency is so popular and whether it’s right to invest in crypto nowadays.

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Youth Justice Service rated ‘Good’

CHESHIRE Youth Justice Service – which provides support for young people at risk of committing crime, those who have been convicted and victims – has been praised by government inspectors.

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Medieval Souling Play returns to Lymm

HEADS were turning in Lymm at the sight of an eccentric group that included, among others, St George, a Turk, a mad doctor, Beelzebub and a groom leading a three-legged horse.

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Refreshing to read common sense

I have just read the April 2021 edition of Warrington Worldwide and I am delighted with Gary’s comments in the Editorial.

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The Green Belt Takeover

Read your ‘Editor’s Comment’ with interest, especially the part where you suggested that the required infrastructure be in place before…

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Dog walkers’ lack of respect

THREE times over the last two weeks, when walking through St Thomas’ Churchyard in Stockton Heath, I was appalled to see dog walkers blatantly standing and watching their dogs off leash running around urinating on and fouling graves.

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Thank you Warrington!

WARRINGTON businessman Carl Oates has sent a message of thanks to the people and businesses of Warrington who have helped launch his new building sites supplies business in the town.