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CAN you help Santa save Christmas?
JUST under 100 jobs have been created in the Glazebury area as part of a £10million expansion project at Bents.
FAMILIES will be turning the clock back more than a century for the annual Victorian Day celebrations in Culcheth.
GLAZEBURY residents are being urged to lock their sheds and garages after a spate of break-ins.
BESTSELLING author James Patterson has chosen a Culcheth bookshop for a grant for its work in the community encouraging children to read.
A MAN'S search for his uncle's final resting place after the Second World War is to be the basis of poignant talk.
DO you need help coming to terms with a loved one you have lost?
VOLUNTEERS are being sought for a pond conservation project on Saturday.
YOUNG bookworms with a passion for reading are being encouraged to join a junior book club for eight to 12-year-olds.
A TEACHER whose green-fingered work led to her school being the first in Warrington to be awarded Green Flag status has retired after 18 years.
POLICE have pledged to visit schools in Culcheth, Croft and Glazebury to tackle parking problems outside schools.
MEMBERS of the Halle Orchestra and friends from other orchestras are uniting for an evening of classical music in Culcheth.
A CULCHETH sailor has completed a 140-mile odyssey after defying the odds in a cancer battle.
A CULCHETH councillor says the repeated vandalism of a bus stop in the village is 'beyond a joke' and he is calling for CCTV to tackle the problem.
LONG-AWAITED work is set to start on improvements to Shaw Street playing field in Culcheth at the end of October after a series of delays.
A FORMER rugby player has cemented his name in the history books after holding several records for more than 50 years.
RAMBLE with the Rangers in Culcheth Linear Park.
POLICE say they are proactively patrolling Culcheth, Croft and Glazebury in marked and unmarked cars to crack down on burglaries.
A COMMUNITY fair that returned due to popular demand after an absence of more than 30 years will be back again next year.
THEY say that life slows down when you retire.
YOU could help save lives by giving blood at Culcheth Sports and Social Club on Thursday, September 18.
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.
LOCKING Stumps Community Day Nursery has not improved since its last Ofsted inspection.
A CULCHETH High School pupil could be the face of Miss Teen Great Britain after winning a place in the semi-final of the pageant.
WORK has started on a £500,000 project to regenerate Shaw Street Recreation Ground.
COMMUNITY spirited volunteers raised the Green Flag on Saturday to celebrate their work transforming Hollinfare Cemetery.
FORGET meditation, yoga, gardening or a mug of chamomile tea.
A FIREWORKS and music spectacular will be held at Twiss Green Primary School in Culcheth.
A £13,416 grant will help restore a woodland path for ramblers and dog walkers in Gorse Covert.
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'.
PREPARE for traffic delays and disruption in Birchwood with roadworks starting in Locking Stumps Lane on Monday, October 20.
STEP back in time with a 1960s and 70s fundraising night for Newchurch Parish Church.
CULCHETH teens can enjoy a night at the movies as part of an initiative to curb anti-social behaviour.
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.
DO you find Culcheth, Glazebury or Croft's pavements difficult to negotiate?
HAVE a cuppa and a cake to help beat cancer at Bents.
A TOTAL of £15,000 has been pledged for three projects in Culcheth and Glazebury to help improve disabled access and combat parking problems.
WITH your help a green space in Glazebury could be transformed into a natural play area and community hub.
DO you have any concerns about crime in Culcheth?
RAISE a glass to a good weekend as Culcheth Beer Festival returns to the village.
AN arts and craft retailer is the latest firm to join a Glazebury garden centre as part of its £8million expansion.
BENTS has enjoyed some special milestones in its 77 year history but the 90th birthday of one of its most loyal customers is a first.
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.
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