Warrington wrap of July 9

Warrington Guardian: Warrington’s top news and sport July 9 – welcome to the wrap Warrington’s top news and sport July 9 – welcome to the wrap

IT'S that time of the evening again where we round-up the news that's got Warrington talking.

Twitter was alive with chatter this morning after we announced fracking tests in Glazebury have been cancelled.

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And plenty of you were disgusted a 34-year-old woman had been caught urinating in the town centre. 

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But the most read story of the day was the news 60 Canada geese have been killed at United Utilities head office in Great Sankey.

The story left many readers on our website and Facebook page outraged with many of you pledging to sign a petition opposing bosses ever culling birds again. 

Click the link here and let us know what you think.

Warrington Guardian:

We will be reporting live from a scrutiny meeting into the closure of Culcheth sixth form from 6.30pm tonight. 

Click here to follow the meeting as it happens and check back tomorrow for another daily dose of rounded-up news. 

 

 

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