THE historic Raven Inn at Glazebury could become a Scheduled Monument as the site of a medieval watermill if local campaigners get their way.
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THE historic landmark Warrington Academy building is now ready to provide supported living apartments run by local charity Making Space.
REGISTRATION documents dating back to the 19th century have been preserved in a digital archive for future Warrington generations, thanks to the completion of a council project.
WHILE Lockdown birthdays have become a staple of 2020 Warrington Parr Hall is set to hit a major milestone later this month.
PRIESTLEY College lecturer Bill Cooke has produced an extensive and knowledgeable account of Warrington’s complex history entitled “The Story of Warrington – The Athens of the North.”
THE notion that Warrington should regard itself as a tourist attraction has been around for some years – even if not widely shared by many local residents.
WHILE picturesque Lymm village is seen by many as a highly desirable place to live it didn’t leave much of an impression on a French visitor in 1902.
PAST, present and future are coming together with Covid-safe cultural and heritage events launching in Warrington town centre this Saturday 15 August, the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
A Virtual leaving party was held for Margaret Tye as she stepped down as Chair of the Warrington Arts Council, a role that she has enjoyed for fifty years, since the Arts Council was first created.
WARRINGTON’S historic Walton Hall has served as the backdrop for a new cultural project which is bringing wartime stories to life.