A unique partnership between the RAF Burtonwood Association and Gulliver’s World has ensured memories, which could have ended up in landfill, have been kept alive.
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A PROJECT to keep the memory alive of a village’s war heroes will help mark the 100th anniversary of Appleton Thorn’s war memorial later this year.
PLANNING chiefs at Warrington have approved proposals to steam clean and descale the front elevation of historic Thelwall Old Hall, in Ferry Lane, Thelwall.
A SECOND planning application has been submitted for the historic former Parr’s Bank building in Winwick Street, Warrington.
ALMOST four years on from a successful lottery bid, Lymm Heritage Centre is going from strength to strength despite lockdown and now has a strong financial footing to carry on telling the story of the village.
PLANS have been submitted to Warrington Borough Council for permission to re-roof the historic former Drill Hall, in the East Annex of the Town Hall.
FRIENDS of The Blackburne Arms are celebrating a historic win in their “David and Goliath” planning battle to prevent the demolition of their beloved pub.
WARRINGTON’S New Cut Canal – which has been described as the M62 of the 19th century – is about to celebrate its 200th birthday.
PLANS have been submitted to restore Warrington’s oldest pub – the reputedly haunted Black Horse in Old Liverpool Road.
PLANNING chiefs have given the go-ahead for the conversion of one of Warrington’s historic town centre houses into eight apartments.