The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 19

The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 19

The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 19

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WARM yourself up on this chilly Warrington evening with our usual selection of moreish media morsels.

Bad start to the day for motorists after two people had to be cut free from their cars following a five-vehicle smash on the M62 at Birchwood. 

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Followed by a mum and child luckily escaping this crash with no serious injuries. 

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There was a request for 'pet selfies' at 9pm tonight to support Warrington Animal Welfare. 

Let us know if you will be getting involved. 

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Residents are warned to prepare for delays this weekend as police confirm road closures ahead of this year's Creamfields. 

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Warrington Guardian: What’s occurring? The erroneously placed Creamfields sign at Walton

And we finish today on a happy note as former Birchwood High pupil Kane Wright celebrates his first class honour degree - despite battling a brain tumour.

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That's all for today folks but in the meantime see if you can come up with a joke to top Padgate comedian Bobby Murdock's attempt to beat Tim Vine's award-winning gag on our Facebook page.

 

 

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