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The wrap: Four things we learned in Warrington on July 10
5:30pm Thursday 10th July 2014 in News
EVENING wrap fans, here's your daily dose of Warrington news wrapped up in a perfectly-formed package.
Bins went uncollected, kids got the day off school and homeowners were urged to take extra caution.
Find out what you missed as a chunk of the town went out on strike today by clicking here.
Warrington's rugby league family sent their messages of support on Twitter and Facebook for former captain Greg Mackey as he revealed his battle with bowel cancer.
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The news of a youngster who ran a mini marathon to thank staff who saved his life put a smile on plenty of faces with lots of you sending him birthday messages as Taylor turns six on Saturday.
Full story here.
And the story of a mum who is refusing to let her child return to St Gregory’s High School in September over bullying fears is giving Facebook fans another debate to get their teeth into.
What would you do if your child was being bullied at school?
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Check back tomorrow as we will no doubt have another update regarding the on-going traveller saga in Culcheth as a resident claims caravans have returned to the site despite being moved on.