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Still time to hand in Blue Badges

Published: Tuesday, 26th July 2016

Time is running out to hand in Blue Badges that are being used illegally to park in disabled bays and avoid parking charges.

  • Nominate a worthy winner

    Mayor of Warrington Faisal Rashid Published: Friday, 22nd July 2016

    The Mayor of Warrington has launched the first Mayoral Achievement Awards and is asking for you to nominate a worthy winner.

  • Benefit cheat will have to pay back £10,000

    Published: Friday, 22nd July 2016

    A Warrington woman has been sentenced for illegally pocketing more than £10,000 in housing benefit and council tax support.

  • Children invited to shake up their summer with Dory

    Published: Thursday, 21st July 2016

    Warrington Borough Council (and Dory) are encouraging families to keep their children moving this summer.

  • Take care during this hot weather

    Heatwave alert Published: Tuesday, 19th July 2016

    The council's public health team is asking residents to take extra care during the hot weather as the Met Office has issued a Level 2 heatwave alert across the region for the next 24 hours.

  • School is on the way up

    Cllr Jean Carter Published: Monday, 18th July 2016

    Staff and pupils at St Augustine’s Catholic Primary, Latchford, are celebrating after the school was rated ‘good’ by Ofsted for the first time.

  • Mayor's lunch with Belarus children

    Mayor's lunch with Belarus children Published: Monday, 18th July 2016

    Children impacted by the Chernobyl tragedy have been given the full civic treatment, joining the Mayor of Warrington for a special Town Hall lunch.

  • Radio Warrington to host 'Question Time' (for the Mayor)

    Mayor Cllr Faisal Rashid Published: Monday, 18th July 2016

    The Mayor of Warrington will be helping Warrington’s community radio station celebrate hitting the borough’s airwaves for the first time at an official re-launch party at the Town Hall on 20 July.

  • Practical partnership project for terminally ill people at home

    Partnership project for terminally ill at home Published: Monday, 18th July 2016

    A project which offers practical help to terminally ill people who wish to remain at home has been piloted in Warrington.

  • Warrington pays tribute to victims of Bastille Day atrocity

    Half-mast flag Published: Friday, 15th July 2016

    Warrington Town Hall’s flag will fly at half-mast in tribute to the victims of the attack in the French city of Nice.

  • Cash boost for Great Sankey Hub

    Great Sankey Neighbourhood Hub Published: Wednesday, 13th July 2016

    Thousands of people in West Warrington can look forward to healthier, more active futures, thanks to a cash boost from Warrington Borough Council.

  • Warrington plans for a healthier future

    annual report, public health, 2016 Published: Wednesday, 13th July 2016

    Warrington has set out its priorities for improving local people’s health over the next 15 years.

  • Children from Belarus have afternoon tea with Mayor and Mayoress

    Published: Wednesday, 13th July 2016

    The Mayor and Mayoress will be giving a warm welcome to ten children from Belarus and Ukraine whose lives have been affected by the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986.

  • Warrington's older residents 'champion' is appointed

    Warrington's older residents 'champion' is appinted Published: Tuesday, 12th July 2016

    Warrington’s champion for its older, more vulnerable residents has been reappointed, allowing her to continue her campaigning for the needs of the town’s older population.

  • Council loan deal provides affordable housing boost

    Harrison Square development. Published: Tuesday, 12th July 2016

    Warrington Borough Council has agreed a loan deal that will help secure the delivery of 37 much-needed new homes in Bewsey and Dallam.

  • Wolves star Atkins makes school prom unforgettable for boy in foster care

    Wolves star Atkins makes school prom unforgettable for boy in foster care Published: Monday, 11th July 2016

    When 16-year-old Adam answered the door he expected his lift to the prom – what he didn’t expect was one of his heroes to be standing in front of him.

  • New Great Sankey tennis courts to open this weekend

    Sankey tennis courts Published: Monday, 11th July 2016

    Four new outdoor tennis courts are set to open this weekend as part of the £16 million project to transform Great Sankey Leisure Centre into a neighbourhood hub.

  • Benefit cheat prosecuted

    Published: Monday, 11th July 2016

    A Warrington man has been sentenced for illegally pocketing more than £11,000 in housing benefit and council tax credit support.

  • Celebrating multi-cultural Warrington

    Mela Published: Friday, 8th July 2016

    Warrington Borough Council is delighted to once again welcome Warrington Ethnic Community Association’s (WECA) Mela event.

  • Mayor's cultural pride

    Mayor's cultural success Published: Friday, 8th July 2016

    The Mayor of Warrington, Cllr Faisal Rashid, has thanked local people for helping to make his multi-cultural celebration a roaring success.

  • ‘Innovative’ council shortlisted for major award

    Inside Housing Awards Published: Thursday, 7th July 2016

    Warrington Borough Council has been shortlisted for a major award by the housing industry’s premier publication.

  • Wheelie good training

    Published: Wednesday, 6th July 2016

    Warrington Borough Council’s school travel adviser is delivering the first ever scooter training day for youngsters at a Warrington school.

  • Results above national average

    Results above average Published: Wednesday, 6th July 2016

    Warrington’s schools are expected to have achieved above the national average in the latest primary school SATs test results.

  • Mayor wishes Warrington's Muslims a Happy Eid

    Published: Wednesday, 6th July 2016

    As Warrington’s Muslims join millions across the globe in Eid celebrations, marking the end of Ramadan, the Mayor of Warrington asks that those who are hungry all around the world be remembered.

  • £30,000 up for grabs for local communities

    Heart of the community fund Published: Tuesday, 5th July 2016

    A Warrington housing trust is handing residents a £30,000 pot of cash to improve life in their neighbourhoods.

  • First ever Mayoral business seminar a big success

    Published: Tuesday, 5th July 2016

    The Mayor’s first ever business seminar was a sell-out success with ninety of Warrington’s business leaders turning out to learn about Warrington’s future regeneration and to share ideas.

  • Interested in running your local community building?

    Meeting Lane on map Published: Tuesday, 5th July 2016

    Community groups, charities and social enterprises are being given the chance to apply to manage a community building in Penketh.

  • First fab five to join Mayor's Circle

    First fab five to join Mayor's circle Published: Monday, 4th July 2016

    The Mayor of Warrington’s business initiative the ‘Circle’ has signed up its first five members who will start to benefit from his promotional support.

  • An unwelcome mat

    Azolla weed at Sankey Valley Park Published: Friday, 1st July 2016

    Warrington Borough Council is warning residents to take extra care in Sankey Valley Park as a mat of green weed has made parts of the canal look like the neighbouring fields.

  • Walking on sunshine

    Warrington Walking Day  2016 Published: Friday, 1st July 2016

    Sunny skies and big crowds helped make Warrington Walking Day 2016 a massive success.