Town centre means business
Warrington businesses have voted in favour of having a Business Improvement District (BID), a five-year, £1.8million, private sector-led investment for the town centre
Have your say on Warrington’s cultural future
Warrington’s Cultural Commission is asking local people to share their views on culture in the borough – from arts venues and digital technology, to engaging young people in cultural activities.
Ofsted praises council’s children’s services
The standard of care provided by Warrington Borough Council for vulnerable children in the borough has been praised by the education watchdog.
Warrington’s new cultural journey begins
Warrington’s Cultural Commission has met for the first time, to begin laying the foundations of the future direction of culture in the borough.
Warrington Borough Council has reinforced its zero tolerance stance on blue badge misuse with a string of new prosecutions.
Proposals for the development of a new £6.5million OnSide Youth Zone, supporting thousands of young people across Warrington, have moved a step closer as a planning application has been approved by Warrington Borough Council.
Walton Hall and Gardens welcomed some new helpers as college students pitched in to help at the children’s zoo.
Warrington Borough Council is supporting the Home Office campaign ‘Disrespect NoBody’, which encourages young people to know the signs of a unhealthy relationship.RSS news feed