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News published February 2018

  • Road improvement views

    Published: 19th February 2018

    Warrington Borough Council wants your views on a plan to improve traffic flow in west Warrington.

  • Give your child the best Start4Life

    Start4Life Published: 16th February 2018

    Warrington Borough Council and partners are encouraging new parents and parents-to-be to discover the benefits of breastfeeding.

  • Green waste licences hit 20k mark

    green bin Published: 14th February 2018

    More than 20,000 green waste licences have been sold for this year’s collections.

  • £8.2m highway improvement plans move forward

    Omega - Phase 3 Published: 13th February 2018

    A major highways improvement scheme, which will bring huge benefits to residents, motorists and businesses in west Warrington, is moving ahead.

  • Warrington’s new cultural journey begins

    Culture Published: 12th February 2018

    Leading figures from the world of arts and culture have come together to begin mapping out Warrington’s cultural future.

  • Fairtrade status renewed

    Fairtrade Published: 9th February 2018

    The borough’s Fairtrade status has been renewed for another two years thanks to strong community support.

  • Charity honour for leader

    Cllr Terry O'Neill Published: 7th February 2018

    Warrington Borough council leader Terry O’Neill has been appointed as a trustee of the London Marathon Charitable Trust.

  • Funding boost for Centre Park Link project

    Centre Park Link Published: 7th February 2018

    Warrington Borough Council has secured a funding boost of more than £3m towards the Centre Park Link project.

  • Heavy metal fine for unlicensed collector

    Scrap metal prosecution Published: 5th February 2018

    An unlicensed scrap metal dealer will have to pay nearly £2,000 in fines after he was caught collecting metal unlawfully by Warrington Borough Council.

  • Public’s views over 20-year growth plan considered

    Local Plan Published: 5th February 2018

    Warrington Borough Council is making good progress in working through the thousands of public representations received over the Local Plan.

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