YESTERDAY evening, September 6, a group of friends and myself went to see "50 Glorious Years" starring Danny La Rue and the other stars of yesteryear.
ANYTHING the Neville brothers can do, we can do!
DESPITE the inclusion of new signing, prolific striker Kevin Dack from Tetley Walker, Warrington's dismal home form continued after being trounced by Maghull.
TETLEY Walker crashed to their heaviest home defeat in the North Western Trains League against second in the league Castleton Gabriels on Saturday.
A FORMER Wire great who took a bow at Warrington Wolves' centenary match on Sunday has died.
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SAINTS prop Julian O'Neill is facing a long lay off after tearing shoulder muscles in the clash with Leeds.
SAINTS coach Shaun McRae was left fuming by an alleged racial comment during his side's 31-18 defeat at Leeds on Friday night.
CATFISH have once again provided action for Lymm Angling Club members.
SUPPORTERS have had a mixed relationship with Peter Higham during his reign as chairman of Warrington Wolves.
WARRINGTON'S past players revelled in the limelight again on Sunday.
WARRINGTON Anglers' Association have made a start on a weed control programme at Grey Mist fishery, having treated 500 square metres.
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DIVISION Two side Rylands pulled off a shock win in the Warrington Soccer League's GUARDIAN Cup when they beat Eagle Sports.
THIS letter is referring to the letter in last week's GUARDIAN from Aileen Phillips of Orford, regarding being dropped off in Goldborne Street from a coach.
EVERY year millions of animals die in agony after being tortured in cramped, diseased and disgraceful conditions. I am referring to Britian's farm animals, in particular broiler chickens, battery hens and factory farmed pigs. Everyone knows the appalling conditions that these creatures must live in, yet most people, especially adults, turn away.
IN RECENT weeks I have read the many letters that have been exchanged between Councillor Black and Councillor Mawer. Councillor Mawer seems to want answers to sensible questions, any thought to demolish or not to include the high level crossing in Latchford of the Manchester Ship Canal is madness when we have three antiquated swing bridges that need urgent replacement.
WE have received a letter from a gentleman in Nairn, Scotland, who is trying to locate a comrade from their service days in the R.A.F.
I AM 45 and my parents were in the war; my father in the R.A.F. and my mother in the women's Land Army.
WE very much hope that a new era of success will emerge from the structural changes taking place at our Rugby League Club. The council will do all it can to help facilitate the creation of a new stadium and support the Wolves in the challenging and changing environment facing the game.
I WOULD like to thank the Warrington Tax office for the help that they give when I go in with a problem. My tax office is in Birmingham, but it is nice to know that they are always there to help when I need them.
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GOOD time stories were the theme of the weekend as Warrington's past players came together to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Wilderspool Stadium.
ONE of Warrington's oldest residents has died at the grand old age of 100.
A WARRINGTON company has hit back at the council's decision to turn down their plans for a town centre supermarket and residential complex.
THE family of a dog described as "a little boy's best friend" is asking for anyone who knows his whereabouts to take him home. The dog, a black Staffoprdshire Bull Terrier with a white bib on his chest, went missing in the Cinnamon Brow area last Friday.
POLICE have renewed calls for a witness to a fatal crash to come forward, after revealing they released the wrong details after the incident.
A MAN who was 'almost impossible to see' on a country lane was knocked down and later died in hospital, an inquest heard.
BUNNY girl Sharon Weaver is mad about rabbits and knows so much about her furry friends that she has become North West advisor to the House Rabbit Association.
A GROUNDBREAKING partnership between a Warrington charity and the borough council has held its first big event.
I VISITED Sankey Valley Park the other day with my children and what a lovely place it is. The sun shone and everyone was friendly, but one gentleman stood out from everyone else.
A PIONEERING initiative to cut car crime in Warrington has had a dramatic effect since its launch last April.
WARRINGTON Wolves chief executive John Smith has given thanks to the club's departing directors - who have sold off their shares for just £1.
A WALLED garden once the tranquil retreat of a 19th Century Warrington family is being restored to its former glory for the public to enjoy.
SPIRITUAL healer David Clarke faced his strangest cast this week when he was asked to use his powers to help a parrot which had lost its voice.
THE Rotary Club of Warrington has written to its Omagh counterparts to express sympathy to the town devastated by the terrorist bombing three weeks ago.
Every coach knows the players he'd like to sign in a perfect world but most of us have got a budget to work with and decisions have to be made accordingly.
KARLE Hammond and Damien Smith will be quitting Knowsley Road at the end of the season.
WARRINGTON were desperate for points against high flying Bowdon as they battle for a premier league place next year hots up.
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DARRYL Van de Velde looks set to stay on as coach of Warrington Wolves as team building starts for next season.
A TODDLER is smiling again as his pet car recovers from a sickening attack.
TRAVELLERS have repeated calls for a permanent home in Warrington after being ejected from their latest campsite.
TWO nurses were swept off their feet by celebrity Dale Winton after appearing on a daytime television show.
A CHARITY is appealing for help with a mercy mission.
A QUESTION mark now hangs over the town's Victorian baths after it was revealed it would cost £1.2m to keep them open.