The wrap: Seven of the top headlines in Warrington from September 3

The wrap: Seven of the top headlines in Warrington from September 3

The wrap: Seven of the top headlines in Warrington from September 3

First published in News

WHILE youngsters from across the town head back to school, we are here to teach you a few things about what's been happening in Warrington today.

Most read story of the day was the news a Lymm GP has been arrested on suspicion of possessing and distributing indecent images.

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Warrington Guardian: CHESHIRE Police is supporting a campaign warning residents to be vigilant against terrorism.

Revealing the route for the Warrington Festival of Running proved popular with lots of you. 

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As did our collection of some of the town's favourite baby names. 

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And speaking of collections of pictures, lots of proud parents sent us their first day at school snaps. 

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But there was bad news for animal lovers as the RSPCA sent out a warning to dog walkers after a swan died of a deadly disease. 

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Warrington Guardian: Swan left dead after dog attack

Warrington's MPs joined forces for a HS2 debate. 

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But we finish today with our interview with one of the stars of Our Zoo which was filmed earlier this year at Walton Hall. 

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That's it for tonight wrap fans but don't forget to tune into BBC One at 9pm tonight for Our Zoo and let us know what you think via our Facebook or Twitter pages. 






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