JANICE Hayes, that indefatigable chronicler of Warrington’s history has again been delving into the archives to produce another fascinating collection of facts and figures about the town.
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TWO displays running at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery are giving residents a rare insight into the town’s history.
A 50-year friendship was celebrated at this year’s annual Civic Sunday Service with the Mayor delighted to welcome the Burgermeister of Hilden to Warrington.
A little bit of history was created when Warrington Gentlemens’ Book Society held their 176th annual dinner at Statham Lodge Hotel, Lymm – with two lady guests attending for the first time ever.
ONE of Warrington’s best-known ambassadors is celebrating 40 years of working at the town’s museum.
FORMER students, staff and friends of the Warrington Campus of the University of Chester (Padgate campus) are being invited to dig out their old photos and share their memories at an event to help piece together the Campus’s historical jigsaw.
WHEN Su and Alan Williams took a short holiday to Scotland and the North of England this Summer they noticed that almost every community they visited had either a small museum or heritage centre where visitors could learn about the area as well as picking up general tourist information.
WARRINGTON’S famous Wilderspool Stadium took it’s final curtain call as a sell out crowd saw Warrington’s Under 16s stars of the future defeat Cumbria Academy Under 16s 46-16 as local photographer Eddie Whitham captured the occasion.