The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 26

Aerial shot of the Creamfields site at night

Aerial shot of the Creamfields site at night

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WE are back from our bank holiday break with sad news at Creamfields dominating today's headlines.

The family of a Glasgow man who was hit by a car leaving the Creamfields site have said they are heartbroken. 

Click here for their tribute in full. 

Warrington Guardian:

In other Creamfields news, police have revealed more than 100 people were arrested or cautioned during the festival. 

Full story here

Warrington Guardian:

Opinions were split on our Facebook page over free school dinners for reception, year one and two children. 

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Warrington Guardian:

While the big reveal of this year's English Half Marathon medals also caused a stir online. 

Click here to see them. 

Warrington Guardian:

And finally you have been havin gyour say on the news Cheshire's Crime Commissioner has awarded more than £1,200 to a community dog group which teaches owners how to look after their pets.
More here.

Warrington Guardian:  

That's it for today but we will back same time tomorrow

 

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