Warrington wrap of July 8

Warrington Guardian: Warrington wrap of July 8 Warrington wrap of July 8

IT’S been a day of debate across Warrington Guardian platforms in the last 24 hours.

Find out what’s been getting the town talking below.

The day began with the sad news a 94-year-old war veteran died during a Winwick house fire.

Neighbours lead the tributes describing Samuel James as a lovely gentleman with many of you on Facebook and Twitter following suit.

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And then the debates began. First discussion surrounded a new crossing over the Mersey to ease congestion in the town centre.

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Before attention switched on Facebook to the news a one-year-old boy spent three days in hospital after being bitten by a dog in Woolston with opinions split over whether dogs or owners are to blame.

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And finally readers are still having their say over the owner of a tyre wall near to the Kingsway Bridge lodging an appeal to overturn a court ruling which ordered the removal of the ‘eyesore’.

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There was relief for Birchwood residents as police moved to quell Birchwood ‘shooting’ rumours.

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But the day ended on a sour note for residents whose bin day is Thursday as the council confirmed bins will not be collected due to the strike.

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