FIREFIGHTERS were called out last night to deal with a wheelie bin on fire on Orford Park, Warrington.
Author Gary Skentelbery
WATCH: HUNDREDS of local residents who turned out in force in freezing conditions to watch the demolition of four of the iconic cooling towers at Fiddler’s Ferry Power Station, were left disappointed as a stubborn fog obscured their vision.
SNOW arrived in Warrington late on Saturday night, providing a real festive feel to the town.
VIDEO: A giant Santa has again lit up a Latchford Street, helping raise funds for a Sled Dogs rescue charity.
A fabulous Christmas Market helped launch the festive season at Primrose Hill Nursery at High Legh near Lymm.
WITH the cost-of-living crisis post the COVID-19 pandemic there has never been a more important time to “shop local” and support small businesses on Small Business Saturday, tomorrow, December 2.
Unite Union slam council’s bin strike High Court action as a “disgrace” and “massive waste of taxpayers’ money”
FOLLOWING a High Court ruling refusing an injunction by Warrington Borough Council to stop the local bin strike by Unite Union members, general secretary Sharon Graham has slammed the action a “disgrace” and a “massive waste of taxpayers’ money.”
THE Environment Agency, Warrington Borough Council and United Utilities are inviting residents and business owners affected by flooding in Warrington to a multi-agency community drop-in next Tuesday, December 5.
THE popular Community Christmas Tree Festival at St Mary’s Church in Lymm, is back this year with around 49 trees on display and runs from today, Friday 1st December. to Sunday 3rd December.