The wrap: Four of the top headlines in Warrington from July 30

The wrap: Four of the top headlines in Warrington from July 30

The wrap: Four of the top headlines in Warrington from July 30

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PHEW well that was a busy deadline day in our office but fear not wrap fans as we have still had time to round-up the most talked about headlines in Warrington especially for you.

Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to the Warrington Guardian caused a stir in the office and online with many of you still having your say on Facebook and Twitter. 

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Warrington Guardian:

Oldham man Mark Slater was handed a life sentence this morning after being found guilty of murdering Swinton granddad Trevor Allen in Rixton. 

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Warrington Guardian:

There was good news for animal lovers in the town as Warrington Animal Welfare were awarded £50,000 to build new dog kennels. 

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Warrington Guardian:

And finally residents are being called on to turn their lights off between 10 and 11pm on Monday to mark the start of the First World War. 

Read more here and let us know if you will be getting involved.

Warrington Guardian: Tom Holmes from St Michael le Belfrey Church changes a light bulb for a neighbour

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