SHE is Warrington’s forgotten woman- despite having two streets named after her!.
Browsing: Local History
VIDEO: LOCAL history enthusiast and animation expert Mark Collins has produced a superb ‘3D’ video that reveals what historic Orford Hall looked like in the early 1900s.
VIDEO: WARRINGTON’S oldest surviving cask ale brewing company Coach House Brewery has had to adapt to survive during the COVID-19 pandemic which has decimated the hospitality and leisure industry.
IN the mid-1700s it was an important seat of learning to rival Oxford and Cambridge and led to Warrington being dubbed “the Athens of the North.”
POLICE are today remembering Warrington police officer PC Ian Watt who was killed in action 75 years ago today while serving in the army in the Far East.
LYMM Photographic Society and Lymm Heritage Centre have teamed up to publish a “Double Take” on local history in the village.
WARRINGTON North MP Charlotte Nichols has welcomed funding for RAF Burtonwood Heritage Centre based at Gulliver’s World.
THE historic Raven Inn at Glazebury could become a Scheduled Monument as the site of a medieval watermill if local campaigners get their way.
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.