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Green reigns supreme in Warrington

Green flags Published: Wednesday, 8th August 2018

Warrington’s cemeteries are once again flying the flag for the borough.

  • Play for all at Oakwood Avenue

    Oakwood Avenue Park Published: Wednesday, 8th August 2018

    Work has been completed on a brand new, disability-friendly play area on Oakwood Avenue in Padgate.

  • Film Up North

    Film up north cropped Published: Friday, 3rd August 2018

    Community cinema comes to Warrington Town Hall showcasing three British classics.

  • Red squirrels at Walton

    red squirrels Published: Friday, 3rd August 2018

    Four red squirrel kittens have been born at Walton Hall and Gardens Children’s Zoo.

  • Work continues on Local Plan

    Local Plan Published: Thursday, 2nd August 2018

    Warrington Borough Council is continuing to make progress on its Local Plan.

  • Woolston Recycling Centre revamp begins

    Woolston Published: Tuesday, 31st July 2018

    Warrington Borough Council is reminding residents that Woolston Community Recycling Centre is about to close for major improvement works.

  • Train like a Jedi this summer

    Train Like a Jedi Published: Tuesday, 31st July 2018

    Children are being encouraged to keep active this summer with the help of Change4Life and Disney’s new Star Wars inspired programme.

  • Bank Park Pavilion launch

    Bank Park Pavilion tea party Published: Monday, 30th July 2018

    There’s another welcome addition to Neighbourhoods in Warrington’s portfolio of community facilities.

  • Blue badge crackdown

    court building Published: Thursday, 26th July 2018

    As part of its zero tolerance approach to disabled badge fraud Warrington Borough Council has successfully prosecuted another driver.

  • Take care of yourself, and others, during the hot weather

    Met Published: Wednesday, 25th July 2018

    The Met Office has issued a Level 2 heatwave alert across the region and Warrington Borough Council’s public health team is urging residents to take extra care.

  • Voter registration information

    Published: Wednesday, 25th July 2018

    Householders in Warrington are being urged to look out for important voter registration information in the post and to make sure that details currently held on the electoral register are correct.

  • New boardwalk brings community closer to nature

    Mini Moss Published: Friday, 20th July 2018

    Warrington people will be able to enjoy nature’s healing in progress, thanks to the completion of a major conservation project at Risley Moss.

  • Road improvements to keep Warrington moving

    M62 j8 Published: Friday, 20th July 2018

    Warrington motorists have two reasons to celebrate, with the completion of one major highways improvement scheme, and the start of another.

  • Neighbourhoods summer clubs

    neighbourhoods summer scheme Published: Wednesday, 18th July 2018

    Families across Warrington are invited to join in a range of exciting activities over the summer holidays

  • Rogue trader took money to fix non-existent beam

    Rogue trader court Published: Tuesday, 17th July 2018

    A rogue trader has been ordered to pay out nearly £3,000 after pleading guilty to charges of failing to carry out work that he received payment for and for using a fake business address.

  • All aboard

    creative remedies Published: Friday, 13th July 2018

    Creative Remedies performing arts group will showcase their talents with a feast of music, performance and entertainment for everyone to enjoy.

  • Public urged to protect their health

    Health Protection Published: Tuesday, 10th July 2018

    Warrington residents are being urged to be health aware and take steps to protect themselves, their families and friends.

  • £1.8m recycling centre improvements to begin

    Woolston Published: Tuesday, 10th July 2018

    Work is set to get under way on major improvement works at Gatewarth and Woolston Community Recycling Centres.

  • A bright cultural future

    Cultural Commission Published: Tuesday, 10th July 2018

    Schoolchildren are to be better connected with culture, under new plans put forward by Warrington’s Cultural Commission.

  • Spoilt for choice this summer

    Summer fest Published: Friday, 6th July 2018

    Need to entertain the kids this summer? Then look no further!

  • Standing Shoulder to Soldier in Warrington

    Nora Street Published: Tuesday, 3rd July 2018

    Warrington Borough Council has launched a new armed forces centre in the community.

  • Major milestone for Cultural Quarter revamp

    Palmyra Square Published: Tuesday, 3rd July 2018

    The next step in the transformation of Warrington’s cultural quarter is complete.

  • Celebrating Warrington’s women in democracy

    LDW Published: Monday, 2nd July 2018

    Warrington is this week celebrating women who have helped shape the democracy we know and value today.

  • Mayor’s thanks for Walking Day success

    Walking Day Published: Friday, 29th June 2018

    The Mayor of Warrington has thanked everyone involved, for making Warrington Walking Day 2018 a massive success.

  • Funding awarded for community centre roof

    Fearnhead Cross Published: Friday, 29th June 2018

    Residents in Fearnhead are set to get an improved community and youth centre thanks to a £100,000 grant from funding body WREN.

  • Take care of yourself, and others, during the hot weather

    Clouds Published: Tuesday, 26th June 2018

    The Met Office has issued a Level 3 heatwave alert across the region and Warrington Borough Council’s public health team is urging residents to take extra care.

  • Be in your mate’s corner 

    IYC Published: Monday, 25th June 2018

    A Warrington man who opened up over his mental health issues is encouraging others to speak out.

  • A1 credit rating for Council

    Published: Monday, 25th June 2018

    Warrington Borough Council has demonstrated its financial resilience with a credit rating of A1.

  • Have your say on waste recycling

    Recycling centre consultation Published: Friday, 22nd June 2018

    The public are being asked to share their views on waste recycling provision in Stockton Heath.

  • Crackdown on blue badge misuse

    Warrington court Published: Thursday, 21st June 2018

    A driver has been fined for misusing a disabled badge after a prosecution by Warrington Borough Council.