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Sign of the times with Jeanette Hughes - sharing a stage with Pixie Lott and meeting David Gest

Warrington Guardian: Jeanette Hughes with David Gest

9:47am Thursday 1st October 2015

Jeanette Hughes has been a member of Warrington British Sign Language Choir since it relaunched in 2011.

Interview: Ben Fogle on globe-trotting adventures, family and why he always dreamed of being an actor

Warrington Guardian: Picture: Martin Hartley

4:55pm Wednesday 30th September 2015

HE has rowed the Atlantic Ocean, crossed Antarctica on foot, run across the Sahara and crossed the Empty Quarter on camel.

New-look Culcheth Post Office to reopen on October 16

3:32pm Wednesday 30th September 2015

CULCHETH'S new-look Post Office will be unveiled on October 16.

On the 'graveyard shift': 'We're all villagers and it's important to us to keep the churchyard looking tidy. We take pride in it'.

Warrington Guardian: Clockwise from bottom left: Allan Thompson, Bill Grimshaw, Ken Platt, Keith Hardman and John Southern

3:22pm Wednesday 30th September 2015

FIVE Culcheth pensioners work the 'graveyard shift' at Newchurch but they would not have it any other way.

Cinema review: The Martian

Warrington Guardian: The Martian. Pictured: Matt Damon. See PA Feature FILM Reviews. Picture credit should read: PA Photo/Twentieth Century Fox/Giles Keyte. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Feature FILM Reviews. (40294079)

2:34pm Wednesday 30th September 2015

The Martian (12A)

Free sign language theatre performance of wartime story coming to Warrington

Warrington Guardian: A scene from Imagine

11:10am Wednesday 30th September 2015

A SILENT theatre production is coming to Warrington on Monday.

Dreams and nightmares of modern living - exhibition explores how Ikea has shaped Warrington

Warrington Guardian: Mike Roberts, visitor services officer, starts to set up the exhibition DGA290915

10:19am Wednesday 30th September 2015

HAVE you ever felt hopelessly trapped while following the arrows in Ikea's labyrinthine Warrington store?

Southern fried rock - Hayseed Dixie to bring their 'rockgrass' AC/DC hits to Warrington

Warrington Guardian: Hayseed Dixie

4:47pm Tuesday 29th September 2015

AMERICAN bluegrass music and rock and roll may seem poles apart – but John Wheeler, from Hayseed Dixie, begs to differ.

One of Warrington's biggest beer festivals, Oktoberfest, returning to Parr Hall

Warrington Guardian: Alan Ratcliffe at last year's Oktoberfest

3:54pm Tuesday 29th September 2015

ONE of Warrington's biggest celebrations of real ale with a German twist is coming to the Parr Hall.

Glastonbury favourites Mik Artistik's Ego Trip to bring their sublime and ridiculous show to Warrington

Warrington Guardian: Mik Artistik's Ego Trip

2:54pm Tuesday 29th September 2015


Games show review: EGX, Birmingham

Warrington Guardian: Fans dress as bank robbers from Payday 2

5:27pm Monday 28th September 2015

BRINGING the biggest games show in the UK to Birmingham has been a great move for fans in the north.

Game review: Nova-111

Warrington Guardian: Game review: Nova-111

3:47pm Monday 28th September 2015

Nova-111 (PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Playstation 3, Steam, Xbox One, Wii U)

CD review: Iron Maiden - The Book of Souls

Warrington Guardian: CD review: Iron Maiden - The Book of Souls

2:39pm Monday 28th September 2015

Iron Maiden - The Book of Souls

Warrington Market to go 'back to the future' for Time Travel Convention this Saturday

Warrington Guardian: Phil Dean, Khelsi Price, Steve Hudson and Steve Pickering attempt to send a model DeLorean back to 1985 MBEE250915

11:29am Monday 28th September 2015

WE may still be waiting for hoverboards, flying cars and self-drying jackets.

Britain's Got Talent's Bailey McConnell to headline Oxjam in Stockton Heath

Warrington Guardian: Bailey McConnell

5:05pm Friday 25th September 2015

BRITAIN'S Got Talent contestant Bailey McConnell has been added to the bill for Oxjam in Stockton Heath.

Get your entries in for Warrington Competition for Young Musicians

Warrington Guardian: Natasha Agarwal during a masterclass in the 2014 competition

3:28pm Friday 25th September 2015

ENTRIES are now being accepted for the Warrington Competition for Young Musicians.

Introducing...Dan Owen

Warrington Guardian: Dan Owen

2:16pm Friday 25th September 2015

Dan Owen

DVD review: John Wick (15)

Warrington Guardian: DVD review: John Wick (15)

10:13am Wednesday 23rd September 2015

John Wick

Interview: Lau's Kris Drever on the folk revival, the internet's impact on music and working with his hero Ian Carr

Warrington Guardian: Ian Carr and Kris Drever

5:19pm Tuesday 22nd September 2015

FOLK music comes with centuries of tradition.

Game review: Destiny - The Taken King

Warrington Guardian:

12:27pm Tuesday 22nd September 2015

CREATED by the original team behind the acclaimed Halo series and with a jaw-dropping community of 20 million players, Destiny has been a huge success.

Blu-ray review: Rashômon

Warrington Guardian: Rashômon

11:35am Tuesday 22nd September 2015

Films that portray a single event from multiple points of view are seen as a bit of a gimmick these days.

Festival review: The Good Life Experience, Flintshire

Warrington Guardian: Cerys Matthews takes part in a tug of war

10:34am Tuesday 22nd September 2015

NOT many festivals give you the chance to wander through a maize field to discover a vintage fairground on the other side.

INTERVIEW: Starsailor's Ben Byrne on first UK tour since reunion, noise pollution officers and meeting Brian May

Warrington Guardian: Starsailor's Warrington members, drummer Ben Byrne and bassist James 'Stel' Stelfox

5:18pm Monday 21st September 2015

ONE of the first people to hear Starsailor's Ben Byrne play 'live' was a noise pollution officer.

Meet 'Fungalpunk' Dave...punk rocker and naturalist

Warrington Guardian: Fungalpunk Dave N153646

3:35pm Monday 21st September 2015

DID you know that Arley Hall is home to more than 100 species of mushroom?


Warrington Guardian: Introducing...Vant

11:10am Monday 21st September 2015


Bridge Street Quarter latest: Decision on first stage of plans deferred due to 'awful' design

Warrington Guardian: A temporary market is set to be built in the town centre

10:56am Thursday 17th September 2015

PLANS to kickstart the Bridge Street Quarter regeneration scheme have been delayed – due to concerns about the design of a 'blank and overbearing' service yard.

13 things you might not know about Warrington Museum

Warrington Guardian:

4:42pm Wednesday 16th September 2015

Warrington Museum celebrates 160 years in Bold Street on Sunday

Campaign launched to connect Culcheth, Glazebury and Croft with high speed internet

Warrington Guardian:

1:49pm Wednesday 16th September 2015

A PETITION has been launched to connect Culcheth, Glazebury and Croft with better broadband.

Cinema review: Horse Money

Warrington Guardian: Cinema review: Horse Money

5:52pm Tuesday 15th September 2015

Horse Money (12A)

Game review: Blues & Bullets

Warrington Guardian:

5:03pm Tuesday 15th September 2015

IF someone told you that a classic film noir tale was going to be mixed with a horror story you probably would not believe them.

DVD review: Moomins on the Riviera

Warrington Guardian: Undated Film Still Handout from MOOMINS ON THE RIVIERA. See PA Feature FILM Reviews. Picture credit should read: PA Photo/ BFI/Vertigo. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Feature FILM Reviews.

4:13pm Tuesday 15th September 2015

Nostalgic viewers will revisit their youth with this surprise return to Moominvalley.

VIDEO: Hard rockers One Last Run to headline Warrington Festival band night

Warrington Guardian: One Last Run

12:13pm Tuesday 15th September 2015

WHEN best friends Jack Pennington, Rob Leach and Chris Smith started making music together they just saw it as a good excuse to hang out.

Lymm teen singer to share a stage with her hero Pixie Lott

Warrington Guardian: Ellie Dibben DGZD160215

10:40am Tuesday 15th September 2015

TEENAGER Ellie Dibben may be the youngest performer on Pixie Lott's bill on Saturday night but she should not be underestimated.

Turning back the clock to remember the wartime heroes of our past

Warrington Guardian: Remembering the fallen of the First World War

12:04pm Monday 14th September 2015

STEP back in time to discover how the First World War impacted on the people of Warrington.

Comedian Mark Watson to return to Warrington as part of 69-date new tour

Warrington Guardian: Mark Watson

1:44pm Friday 11th September 2015

AWARD-WINNING comedian Mark Watson is returning to Warrington as part of a 69-date tour.

Award-winning international string quartet to play at Walton Hall

Warrington Guardian: The Zelkova Quartet

12:51pm Friday 11th September 2015

A STRING quartet who are BBC Radio 3 regulars and have performed all over the world are coming to Walton Hall.

Ella theatre: 'Our mission is to change people's perception of learning disabilities'

Warrington Guardian:

10:21am Thursday 10th September 2015

FROM auditions for Sky TV to being interviewed by the BBC, it has been a big year for Ella.

Former Warrington MP chronicles granddad’s heroism on the First World War frontline

Warrington Guardian: Mike Hall

7:32am Thursday 10th September 2015

A FORMER Warrington MP has penned a chronicle of his grandfather and fellow soldiers on the frontline during the First World War after tracing his family’s history.

Risley Day Nursery rated 'inadequate' after August Ofsted inspection

4:18pm Wednesday 9th September 2015

RISLEY Day Nursery has been branded as 'inadequate' in its latest Ofsted inspection.

Introducing...New Motion

Warrington Guardian: Introducing...New Motion

12:23pm Wednesday 9th September 2015

New Motion

Cinema review: American Ultra

Warrington Guardian: American Ultra

12:22pm Wednesday 9th September 2015

A far cry from James Bond or Jack Bauer, American Ultra imagines what it would be like if an everyday slacker was a sleeper agent.

Game review: Mad Max

Warrington Guardian: Mad Max

5:42pm Tuesday 8th September 2015

Mad Max (Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)

CD review: Stereophonics - Keep The Village Alive

Warrington Guardian: CD review: Stereophonics - Keep The Village Alive

4:29pm Tuesday 8th September 2015

Stereophonics - Keep The Village Alive

Interview: Cerys Matthews on digital detoxing at her great outdoors festival, 6 Music and life after Catatonia

Warrington Guardian: Cerys Matthews at last year's The Good Life Experience

1:08pm Tuesday 8th September 2015

CERYS Matthews does not like to be defined by her past.

Interview: Tim Bowness on the first prog chart, working with Steven Wilson and his Warrington roots

Warrington Guardian: Tim Bowness

3:47pm Monday 7th September 2015

IT has been described as '45 years too late' by former Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman but prog music finally has its own chart.

CD review: Disturbed - Immortalized

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12:05pm Monday 7th September 2015

Disturbed - Immortalized

AS IT HAPPENED: Star Wars Force Friday launch at Toys R Us

Warrington Guardian: Blue light saber! 6 things that got fans really excited in the latest Star Wars teaser

10:51pm Thursday 3rd September 2015

Warrington Guardian gets first look at exclusive Star Wars merchandise at Toys R Us in Europa Boulevard as part of Force Friday midnight launch.

Exclusive Star Wars merchandise to launch in Warrington at midnight for Force Friday

Warrington Guardian: Star Wars fans react to the new Force Awakens trailer

10:40am Thursday 3rd September 2015

CAN you feel it?

Jimmy Carr interview: 'Comedy is all about building up tension'

Warrington Guardian: Jimmy Carr

12:32pm Monday 24th August 2015

FORGET sparks of inspiration and lightbulb moments – Jimmy Carr is too busy for that.

Warrington band Viola Beach set to clean up at Reading and Leeds Festival

Warrington Guardian:

4:15pm Thursday 20th August 2015

MANY bands have a story about their big break but most probably do not involve cleaning toilets.

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