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Increase in flytipping at Appleton

MEMBERS of the public are being urged to report those responsible for flytipping in the local community following another incident at Appleton, Warrington.

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Literary success for the Quaranteens!

WARRINGTON & Vale Royal College’s English department is celebrating the success of three dedicated students who contributed to a national project organised by the English Association reflecting on life for teenagers during the pandemic.

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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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Robinson’s stay extended at Rylands

WARRINGTON Rylands 1906 are delighted to announce that Owen Robinson’s loan from AFC Fylde has been extended, keeping the attacking midfielder at Gorsey Lane until January 2022.

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Lymm test league leaders

IN the first-ever meeting between these two sides, in a clash of different styles, Lymm tested league leaders Otley before losing out 15-33.

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Rylands miss chance to go top!

WARRINGTON Rylands missed the chance to take top spot in the NPL West with a 1-1 draw at Glossop North End.

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The best Autumn sports to watch as the clocks go back

With coronavirus restrictions hopefully a thing of the past, the abrupt summer we had in England has come to an end, with winter approaching, temperatures dropping, but fortunately stadia opening.

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Robinson’s stay extended at Rylands

WARRINGTON Rylands 1906 are delighted to announce that Owen Robinson’s loan from AFC Fylde has been extended, keeping the attacking midfielder at Gorsey Lane until January 2022.

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Lymm test league leaders

IN the first-ever meeting between these two sides, in a clash of different styles, Lymm tested league leaders Otley before losing out 15-33.

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Rylands miss chance to go top!

WARRINGTON Rylands missed the chance to take top spot in the NPL West with a 1-1 draw at Glossop North End.

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The best Autumn sports to watch as the clocks go back

With coronavirus restrictions hopefully a thing of the past, the abrupt summer we had in England has come to an end, with winter approaching, temperatures dropping, but fortunately stadia opening.

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Businesses urged to deal with the Covid-19 challenge

A WARRINGTON business is urging others to follow its lead and take part in Peer Networks, allowing them to connect with a range of diverse businesses and tap into how others have dealt with the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Designing a salary structure for your business

Coming up with a salary structure on your own isn’t easy and often requires the help of experienced job evaluation solicitors. But spending the time and money to get it right can really help you out in the long run, especially if you have your sights set on growing your business in the coming months and years.

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Carpets and Beds

Carpet suppliers and carpet cleaners in the Warrington area.

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Warrington fireworks displays 2021

A number of fireworks displays are taking place across Warrington over the weekend of November 5-6, with tickets available to buy online.

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Oktoberfest back in full swing!

WARRINGTON Rotary Club’s popular Oktoberfest is back in full swing after an absence of two years due to the pandemic.

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Oktoberfest back in full swing!

WARRINGTON Rotary Club’s popular Oktoberfest is back in full swing after an absence of two years due to the pandemic.

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Folk legends to help celebrate club centenary

MUSICIANS and singers from around the country are to meet to perform an evening of folk-music at Warrington’s Grappenhall Ex-Servicemen’s Club – as part of the club’s centenary celebrations.

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Burtonwood Heritage Centre open again – at last!

AFTER more than 15, long, covid-restricted months the first visitors have returned to the Burtonwood Heritage centre based at Gullivers World in Warrington, which is now open again at last!

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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.