FORMER Warrington Wolves skipper, stand-off and Hall of Fame member Willie Aspinall has sadly died at the age of 78.
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WARRINGTON’S fantastic Wire Works exhibition has got off to a great start – and there’s…
AN interactive exhibition outlining the history of Warrington’s wire industry is set to take place in the town through a blend of sculpture, film, dance, poetry and real-life accounts of what it was like to work in the wire industry.
A snooker table that dates back to around the time of the First World War is seeking a new home.
A fascinating insight into the area’s 1970’s heritage is being offered at a new photographic exhibition “Days of the New Town” which has opened at Padgate Library.
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.
PLANNING chiefs have given the go-ahead for a major restoration of one of Warrington’s oldest pubs – the reputedly haunted Black Horse in Old Liverpool Road.
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!
THE Lymm Dance, a Morris dance unique to Lymm and sometimes called the Old Dance, was known to have been performed at least 200 years ago and will take centre stage at the Rushbearing Festival which returns on Sunday, August 8 at the Lower dam at 4pm.
PLANNING chiefs at Warrington have given the go-ahead for a historic railway signal box to be repaired and refurbished.