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

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

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

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IT was a day of debate on our Facebook page as discussion turned to high speed trains and smoking in cars.

Keep scrolling to find out what else got the town talking today.

Most read of the day so far was the news an estimated total of 1,452 houses could be affected in Warrington by the proposed HS2 route.

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Warrington Guardian:

More than 200 of you gave the thumbs up to the news a campaign to stop smoking in cars when there are under 18s present has been backed by Warrington Borough Council.

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Warrington Guardian: SMOKING AT THE WHEEL: If you're a company car driver, the new laws could affect you

The latest from the Rixton road rage murder trial at Chester Crown Court heard defendant Mark Slater was unaware he had hit granddad Trevor Allen. 

Full update here

Warrington Guardian:

 

 

A story to make you say 'ah' came in the shape of youngsters at Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School dressing up for a 'Hopes and dreams' week. 

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Warrington Guardian:

And finally we geared ourselves up to cheer on former Great Sankey High pupil Kathleen Dawson as she competes in the pool at the Commonwealth Games this evening. 

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