4 Planning going to the dogs!
I’ve been reporting on council planning meetings for more than 30 years, long before the internet and video presentations came along – but the advances in technology seem to have done little to improve the planning process and local democracy based on my recent visit to Warrington Development Management Committee – or planning as we used to call it. Read More
0 Warrington is becoming a capital of music culture!
IT would appear the recent Neighbourhood Weekender event at Victoria Park was a huge success – so much so plans have already been put in place for next year. Read More
0 Social media and foolish fingers – a toxic combination
IT gave me no great pleasure to report on the fall from grace of our town’s former Mayor Cllr Les Morgan, following his unfortunate choice of words typed in frustration following the defeat of his beloved Warrington Wolves. Read More
0 National Pothole day – time to tackle Warrington’s potholes!
THURSDAY March 8th is National Pothole Day – and if you travel around Warrington on a regular basis you will undoubtedly come across some big ones in our town! Read More
1 End of an era as iconic water tower set to be demolished
WARRINGTON Borough Council’s proposed demolition of the historic Garnett’s Cabinet Works has caused a storm of protest from local residents who are upset that the iconic water tower feature will be lost from the town’s skyline. Read More