Debating and disagreeing with one another is a healthy part of democracy, but abuse and intimidation crosses the line into dangerous territory, particularly when it is frequent and constant.
Local people are being asked to share their views on refurbishment plans for the stone setts on Pepper Street in Lymm.
Unfortunately, Walton Hall and Gardens has announced it has had to postpone this evening’s planned screening of Grease.
Warrington’s Climate Emergency Commission has launched a bold new Climate Emergency Strategy for Warrington and is holding its first pop up event at Golden Square during the nationwide ‘Great Big Green Week’, on Thursday 29 September.
Warrington town centre will come alive with activity and celebration as part of the Rugby League World Cup (RLWC), which the town is a host venue for.
Warrington Borough Council’s work to support people to make the switch from petrol and diesel vehicles to electric has been given a boost, thanks to new government funding.
...and Warrington Transporter Bridge will become ‘The Old Kent Road of Warrington’.
An external peer review team has praised the council’s children’s services, following an independent four-day review in June.
The Mayor of Warrington has been visiting care homes across the town this week, to share memories and reflect with residents on the life and service of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.