Inspiration Awards 2014

Warrington Guardian:

8:17pm Thursday 30th October 2014

Check out the latest news from the Warrington Guardian's Inspiration Awards 2014.

The wrap: Seven of the best in Warrington in our round-up of news from October 30

Warrington Guardian:

6:30pm Thursday 30th October 2014

Check out the Warrington Guardian's daily dose of the wrap by clicking here.

Your guide to firework displays in Warrington this weekend and next

Warrington Guardian: Wyvern Club Fireworks Display

4:14pm Thursday 30th October 2014

WANT your bonfire and fireworks celebrations to go off with a bang?

Apprentice diary: Week three with Neil Clough

Warrington Guardian:

1:36pm Thursday 30th October 2014

In his weekly blog, Apprentice semi-finalist and former Woolston High pupil Neil Clough discusses the candidates and the week’s task

Search launched to find volunteers to help rough sleepers

Warrington Guardian: Homeless Young Man Sleeping (9343230)

5:24pm Thursday 30th October 2014

AN INIATIATIVE launched to help support rough sleepers during the Christmas period is looking for help.

Infection control spread hand wash message

Warrington Guardian: Lesley McKay, lead nurse for infection control, talks health reporter Hannah Bargery through the hand washing technique IPA241014

5:06pm Thursday 30th October 2014

WASH your hands before and after every meal may be a simple message.

VIDEO: Prime Minister talks taxes and tolls during Preston Brook visit

Warrington Guardian:

4:22pm Thursday 30th October 2014

PRIME Minister David Cameron talked taxes and tolls during a visit to the O2 centre in Preston Brook today.

MP supports calls for more young bone marrow donors

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3:07pm Thursday 30th October 2014

Warrington North MP Helen Jones is supporting a blood cancer charity’s campaign to find more teenage lifesavers.

Warrington Older People’s Forum meeting

Warrington Guardian:

1:30pm Thursday 30th October 2014

Warrington Older People’s Forum will stage its next meeting on Monday at the Parr Hall.

'Sorry and ashamed' man who shoved mum brags of attack on Twitter

Warrington Guardian:

1:07pm Thursday 30th October 2014

A 20-YEAR-OLD man who left his mum feeling 'sick and scared' after manhandling her during a row has boasted of the incident on Twitter.

Warrington's signing choir set for stardom

Warrington Guardian: The signing choir at the Parr Hall IPL41014

1:06pm Thursday 30th October 2014

IN our final look at our charity of the month we take a look the work the centre is involved in helping to spread knowledge on British Sign Language.

Overnight closures of M6 at Warrington for £1m repairs

11:04am Thursday 30th October 2014

THE M6 around Warrington will be closed for two nights as work begins for a £1 million repair project on a bridge at Winwick.

Bennetts Rec improvements begin

10:42am Thursday 30th October 2014

WORK has started to improve Bennetts Rec, according to Poulton with Fearnhead Parish Council.

New lunch club at St Hilda's Mission

10:30am Thursday 30th October 2014

A NEW light lunch club has launched on Mondays at St Hilda’s Mission in Latchford.

VIDEO: Can you help monochrome moggies on National Black Cat Day?

Warrington Guardian: Kath Jones from Warrington Animal Welfare IPQ281014

8:39am Thursday 30th October 2014

THEY may be lucky to some but as Warrington Animal Welfare mark National Black Cat Day they are hoping to find homes for some of the unlucky black cats yet to find new owners.

Tiny Tyler toddles in memory of courageous granddad

Warrington Guardian: Tyler Davies with firefighters Gareth Evans, Barry Knowles, Louise Wilkinson and Sam Bryan IPZE241014

8:03am Thursday 30th October 2014

HE never got to meet his heroic granddad.

Shadow education minister full of praise for Priestley College

Warrington Guardian: MP Tristram Hunt DGZC231014

7:03am Thursday 30th October 2014

LABOUR'S shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt remarked on the 'extensive' provision at Priestley College during a visit to Warrington last week.

Latchford man abused nine-year-old after playing board games

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7:03am Thursday 30th October 2014

A LATCHFORD man who sexually abused a sleeping girl after playing board games with her will not go to prison.

VIDEO: Orford school awarded teacher of the month for second time

Warrington Guardian:

5:40am Thursday 30th October 2014

Meadowside Primary School teacher announced as the winner of the Warrington Guardian's teacher of the month award.

Halloween will be spookily warm

Warrington Guardian: Weekend weather: cloudy at first but warm on Sunday

10:42am Thursday 30th October 2014

Tomorrow will be the warmest Halloween on record, continuing a "remarkable year" of high temperatures, weather experts have said.

Number of liver disease deaths in Warrington 'real concern'

5:05pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

DOCTORS across the town have said the number of residents dying in Warrington of liver disease is a 'real concern' but plans are in place to tackle the town's drink problem.

Taxi driver attacked after row over fare

5:01pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

A TAXI driver was assaulted after an argument over a fare broke out, police have confirmed with officers now investigating.

Police investigate possible arson on Orford Lane

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4:42pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

POLICE are investigating a blaze on Orford Lane that may been started deliberately.

COMPETITION: Send us your pumpkin pics to win new Wolves shirt

Warrington Guardian:

4:47pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

WOLVES fans have less than a week to sign up for a discount early bird season ticket.

The wrap: Seven of the best in Warrington in our round-up of news from October 29

Warrington Guardian:

5:38pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

Read all our top stories of the day by clicking here.

Hospital ordered to make improvements following maternity review

Warrington Guardian: Bus times to change at Warrington Hospital

1:53pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

BOSSES at Warrington Hospital have been ordered to make improvements following an inspection of maternity services.

Stroke survivor backs charity's appeal to women

Warrington Guardian: Amanda Morgan has been supporting the Stroke Association after suffering a stroke earlier this year MBAE271014

12:07pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

SUFFERING a stroke can be a terrifying ordeal for any patient.

'Hopeful development' in HS2 wrangle

12:04pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

COMMENTS highlighting 'considerable concern' over the HS2 route between Warrington and Manchester have been cautiously welcomed by Warrington North MP Helen Jones.

Warning over bonfires this weekend ahead of 96 hour strike action

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11:47am Wednesday 29th October 2014

FIRE chiefs are calling on residents to take extra care at home and on the roads this weekend as members of the Fire Brigades Union walk out for 96 hours ahead of Bonfire Night.

Plans for multi-million pound specialist college submitted

Warrington Guardian:

11:06am Wednesday 29th October 2014

BLUEPRINTS to build the town's first University Technical College have been submitted to Warrington Borough Council.

Cyclist on M62 at Burtonwood - riding in opposite direction to traffic

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10:02am Wednesday 29th October 2014

MOTORWAY police have released an image of someone riding a bike on the M62 at Burtonwood - in the opposite direction to traffic.

Search launched to find latest designs by mystery guerrilla artist

Warrington Guardian:

11:45am Wednesday 29th October 2014

AN illusive guerrilla artist from Warrington has struck once again.

Failing school in Birchwood on the right tracks

Warrington Guardian:

9:44am Wednesday 29th October 2014

A FAILING Birchwood school is on the road to recovery, new findings suggest.

WIN: Search begins for deserving youngster to turn on Christmas lights

Warrington Guardian: Britain's Got Talent  hopefuls Pre-Skool will be at this year's Christmas light switch-on

9:34am Wednesday 29th October 2014

THIS year's Christmas light switch-on line-up is missing one very important guest and we need your help to find them.

Crack house gang jailed

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6:03am Wednesday 29th October 2014

A GANG who used a crack house in Padgate to peddle drugs and terrorise neighbours has been jailed.

Families continue to struggle with basic costs of childcare

Warrington Guardian: Youngsters who attend pre-school gaining better exams results, Sam Gyimah said

6:00am Wednesday 29th October 2014

Families in Warrington are paying a staggering £21m a year to meet the most basic costs of their children’s schooling, new research reveals today.

The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from October 28

Warrington Guardian: An otter

6:30pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

IT'S been a good day in the town for otter and sausage roll fans. Keep scrolling to find out why.

Van driver cut free after crash on M62 at Croft Interchange

Warrington Guardian:

5:04pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

A LANE has been closed on the M62 eastbound at Croft Interchange after a collision between a lorry and a van.

Driver taken to hospital after Cockhedge crash

Warrington Guardian:

12:33pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a collision on Brick Street this morning that saw a 23-year-old man taken to Warrington Hospital.

Power cut hits Risley

Warrington Guardian:

5:45pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

PROPERTIES in Risley hit by the power cut on Tuesday afternoon can be expected to have supplies restored by 6.30pm.

Woolston Rovers host poppy appeal fundraiser

Warrington Guardian: Support (l-r): Jamie Jones-Buchanan, senior aircraftman technician Bobby McGregor, corporal Paul Berry, Chris Mellor, Andrew Addison, Bill Martin and Wolfie.

5:39pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

WOOLSTON Rovers Rugby League Club will host The Royal British Legion Challenge Trophy encounter on Saturday to raise funds for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

Figures find decline in midwife numbers

Warrington Guardian: Bus times to change at Warrington Hospital

5:36pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

FEWER midwives are now working at Warrington Hospital than four years ago, according to figures obtained by Warrington North MP Helen Jones.

Fearless fundraisers leap from hospital building

Warrington Guardian: Dad Chris Graham with  Lynsey Arnold from the neonatal unit.

5:08pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

FEARLESS fundraisers leaped 52ft from the top of Warrington Hospital's education centre at the weekend to help raise thousands of pounds for the neonatal unit.

Actor Max Beesley lands in Warrington to start filming

Warrington Guardian:

5:46pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

Actor Max Beesley has landed in Warrington to start filming for his latest role in Ordinary Lies.

Police seize 28 cars in operation to target foreign criminals

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5:00pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

CHESHIRE Police has seized 28 cars during a week-long operation to clamp down on foreign national criminals using roads in the area.

Environment charity issues plea to help save cash on school electricity bills

Warrington Guardian: Dina at the demo

2:14pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

FRIENDS of the Earth has urged to the council take action to help school save thousands of pounds on their electricity bills.

Security measures to reduce Latchford shed break-ins

Warrington Guardian:

1:33pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

RESIDENTS in Latchford had security devices installed in a bid to combat the recent rise of shed break-ins.

CCTV Appeal: shoplifting from Woolston Co-op

Warrington Guardian: Cheshire Police want to speak to this man in connection to the theft of Lynx deodorant

1:19pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

EACH week we team up with Cheshire Police to bring you the 'most wanted' suspects in the town.

Greggs to open at former Fordton Leisure site on Friday

Warrington Guardian:

12:51pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

A NEW Greggs store will open in Warrington on Friday - on the former Fordton Leisure Centre site on Winwick Road.

Youngsters turn out for first lantern charity walk

Warrington Guardian: Youngsters Molly McGowan, Paul Holcroft and Harley Sorton enjoying their first lantern walk

12:10pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

HEROES in a half shell, Peppa Pig and a minion all turned out for this year's children’s sponsored Lantern Walk raising cash for St Rocco’s Hospice on Sunday.

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