Big Jubilee Lunch
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Andy to go the distance for MS charity

A WARRINGTON husband whose wife lives with multiple sclerosis (MS)’ is completing 26 Miles on the SkiErg to raise vital funds for the MS Society.

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More broken promises over HS2 ?

WARRINGTON North MP Charlotte Nichols has accused the Government of more “broken promises,” after the Bill for the Crewe–Manchester extension of the HS2 network was submitted to Parliament, including the controversial Golborne link, which would have a devastating impact on Culcheth and surrounding area.

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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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3 Tips for Taking Care of Your Employees

It’s been interesting to observe the after effects of the recent global pandemic. While we were aware of the devastating health effects and saddened by the losses due to the virus, in a way we were surprised by the big changes it would bring to other parts of our lives too.

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Carpets and Beds

Carpet suppliers and carpet cleaners in the Warrington area.

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Expert Tips for Choosing the Right Cladding Material

When it comes time to renovate or build a new home, cladding is often one of the first decisions you have to make. Cladding is the material that covers the outside of your home and can be made from a variety of materials, including wood, metal, vinyl, and composites.

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The countdown to Lymm Festival is on

LYMM Festival returns at the end of June and organisers are calling on village residents, friends and families to get involved in the fun.

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Andy to go the distance for MS charity

A WARRINGTON husband whose wife lives with multiple sclerosis (MS)’ is completing 26 Miles on the SkiErg to raise vital funds for the MS Society.

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Andy to go the distance for MS charity

A WARRINGTON husband whose wife lives with multiple sclerosis (MS)’ is completing 26 Miles on the SkiErg to raise vital funds for the MS Society.

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End of an era as Penny Ferryman hangs up his oar

VIDEO: IT will mark the end of an era when ferryman Kevin Wilkinson retires after almost 20 years of operating the historic Penny Ferry across the Manchester Ship Canal at Thelwall.

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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.