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THE campaign to #LoveWarrington this Valentine’s Day, promoting the town as a visitor destination, is gaining momentum with more and more people and local businesses spreading the Love.
Various community partners are helping promote the #LoveWarrington Day in Golden Square next Saturday February 14.
The campaign is promoting Warrington as a leisure and business destination and encouraging people to show pride in their town.
The visitor economy in Warrington is worth over around £447 million each year.
Collectively the #LoveWarrington campaign, which is being backed by warrington-worldwide, Golden Square, The Village and Park Royal Hotels, Warrington Wolves and Warrington Town FC, to name but a few, is urging the Warrington Twitter community to use #LoveWarrington on all their tweets on the February 14 to try and get it trending in the UK. Although just a small gesture, it is hoped that by promoting the town through the event and via social media channels the profile of Warrington and its status can be raised as a visitor destination.
A hole host of activities will be taking place in Golden Square and around the town centre this coming Saturday from 10am with a chance to meet various characters and local celebrities including Wolfie, Gully Mouse and Ollie the Owl.
For further information about getting involved and to speak with a #LoveWarrington representative, please email Ashley Shacklady at Marketing Cheshire, a.shacklady@marketingcheshire.co.uk
Follow the campaign on Twitter @Love_Warrington and use #LoveWarrington
The campaign can also be found on Facebook at Love Warrington.
Pictures show some of those supporting the #LoveWarrington campaign including the Lord Lt. David Briggs, MP David Mowat with warrington-worldwide Editor Gary Skentelbery, Michelle Butterworth from Shelly’s Restaurant (pictured right), Osman Gullum from Greenwood Fryery, Donn Timmons at the Village Hotel with Carl Oates from MBS Building Supplies and Raf Khan from Warrington Service Centre and members of the Warrington Club (pictured top) – the town’s oldest networking organisation!

(L-R) Gary Skentelbery, Carl Oates, Donn Timmons and Raf Khan.


MP David Mowat promoting #LoveWarrington at his Jobs Fair.


Osman Gullum from the Greenwood Fryery


Claire and Mary from the Warrington Club


Royal seal of approval from the Lord Lt David Briggs.


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