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A NEW traffic scheme is being presented to Town Hall bosses which could make it safer for Croft residents backing out of their driveways.
COMMUNITY spirited volunteers raised the Green Flag on Saturday to celebrate their work transforming Hollinfare Cemetery.
A MAN'S search for his uncle's final resting place after the Second World War is to be the basis of poignant talk.
VOLUNTEERS are being sought for a pond conservation project on Saturday.
A TAXI firm has helped a blind man from Birchwood reach his charity fundraising goal as part of a gesture to 'restore his trust in the Warrington taxi trade'.
PUPILS, teachers and head teachers from past and present gathered for a Croft Primary School milestone.
BRING the family and learn more about mushrooms at Risley Moss.
A BIRCHWOOD firm helped come up with the slick urban style for one of the latest restaurants in the north west dining scene.
A TOTAL of 2,765 pints of ale were drunk, 445 pints of cider quaffed, 396 bottles of lager supped and 25 bottles of wine sipped at Culcheth’s fourth Beer Festival.
CROFT Riding Centre raised around £270 for Macmillan Cancer Support as part of the 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning'.
STAFF at the Birchwood based headquarters of Your Housing Group have come up with a new pledge.
SHOPPERS in Birchwood can now benefit from around 200 new car park spaces.
A FORMER rugby player has cemented his name in the history books after holding several records for more than 50 years.
A NEW tennis league for adults want to play friendly, competitive matches without having to join a club is launching in Birchwood.
BIRCHWOOD Shopping Centre was invaded by giant robots.
CASH is being sought to improve access for disabled people in Culcheth.
ROAD repairs have been completed in Culcheth and Glazebury and councillors are now driving for more investment in the area.
IF autumn leaves get you down then cheer up with the next season’s styles.
JOURNEY through Birchwood’s history with a free walk led by rangers.
GORSE Covert Scouts put the ‘super’ into their favourite comic book heroes when they attended the Cheshire Chamboree.
gruelling physical task
to fund life-saving kits
CRACK the clues and win prizes at the Risley Moss summer treasure trail next Thursday.
THREE new companies have moved into custom-made suites as part of Birchwood Park’s support for startup businesses.
FIRST Manchester’s 100 bus, which runs through Hollins Green, has extended its service with buses approximately every half hour.
LOCKING Stumps Community Day Nursery has not improved since its last Ofsted inspection.
A MEMORIAL plaque has been unveiled at Croft Village Memorial Hall to honour 20 soldiers who lived in the village before losing their lives in the First World War.
A CROFT action man has completed a gruelling 100-mile endurance race in Italy, beating his nearest competitor by more than two hours.
A £13,416 grant will help restore a woodland path for ramblers and dog walkers in Gorse Covert.
KENYON Hall Farm is hosting its own pumpkin festival in time for Halloween.
PREPARE for traffic delays and disruption in Birchwood with roadworks starting in Locking Stumps Lane on Monday, October 20.
A 60S AND 70s night takes place in Culcheth next Saturday, October 11, to raise funds for Newchurch Parish Church, from 8pm at Newchurch Parish Hall on Common Lane.
CULCHETH and Glazebury Parish Council’s next meeting is on October 14 at Culcheth Centre in Jackson Avenue.
MEMBERS of the Halle Orchestra and friends from other orchestras are uniting for an evening of classical music in Culcheth.
THE Rev John Macaulay celebrated the 50th anniversary of becoming a vicar with a special service and lunch for more than 100 of his parishioners at St Helen’s Church in Hollinfare on Sunday.
BUDDING authors at Newchurch Primary School were inspired by a visit form Tom Palmer.
AN open evening for prospective volunteers to learn more about adult volunteering takes place in Culcheth on Wednesday.
A CULCHETH councillor has called on police to tackle speeding motorists on Wigshaw Lane.
CHILDREN in Birchwood received an unusual visitor on their return back to school.
THE unusual tale of four men who had never rowed before heading across the Atlantic will be told at the next meeting of Birchwood Forum.
A CROFT couple say they are ‘made up’ after their garden was named the best in the village.
DOG and cat owners in Birchwood are being urged to attend a microchipping event on Saturday and Sunday to help protect their pets from being lost or stolen.
AROUND 165 Asda workers have a spring in their step after being awarded sports leadership qualifications.
BAG a bargain at Croft Bowling Association’s car boot sale on Bank Holiday Monday.
WARRINGTON Wolves mascot Wolfie met youngsters at Birchwood High School as part of a summer of events focused on fun and fitness.
PUPILS from Croft’s two primary schools have turned teacher to help with a project to educate residents about the history and ecology of the area.
YOUNGSTERS met and learned about the creatures of the ocean’s depths during a trip to Blue Planet at Cheshire Oaks.
GET your tastebuds at the ready for plenty of chocolate frosting and buttercream with a cupcake decorating class for children at Forget-me-not in Culcheth.
A FASHION outlet and barbers have joined Birchwood Shopping Centre.
KEEP the kids entertained this summer as they watch their favourite toys come to life at Birchwood Shopping Centre.
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