The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 21

The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 21

The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 21

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IF GCSE results day has left you feeling drained, settle down with a brew and catch up on what you have missed across Warrington today.

The council demanding an 'illegal' pub extension is knocked down has caused a stir online with opinions split over the 'Save our shed' campaign at the King’s Head pub on Winwick Street. 
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Messages of condolence were posted after we reported on the inquest of Grappenhall grandmother Valerie Pritchard, who died when her car accidentally ploughed into the Manchester Ship Canal.
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We wished the best of luck to a Culcheth sailor, who has been defying the odds so far with his cancer diagnosis, involved in a charity boat race this weekend. 

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And plenty of you have been having your say on this week's Wolves comment piece regarding Friday's low attendance. 

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But there was only one story we could finish on today and that's our live blog following the town's teenagers' GCSE results. 

Congratulations everyone!

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That's it for another wrap but we'll be back same time, same place tomorrow with more round-up fun

 

 

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