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What has happened to Sankey Valley Park?

Warrington Guardian: Teen sexually assaulted in Sankey Valley Park

5:06pm Friday 12th September 2014

WHAT has happened to Sankey Valley? It is so overgrown.

Speechless over Rod King

Warrington Guardian: 20mph speed limit zone sign

5:05pm Friday 12th September 2014

I HAVE read Rod King’s latest long and laborious letter, and his closing statement left me speechless.

Network Warrington complaints

Warrington Guardian: Bus strike set to continue after union turns down offer from Network Warrington

5:04pm Friday 12th September 2014

NETWORK Warrington is discriminating against disabled people using mobility scooters.

Staggering increase

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5:03pm Friday 12th September 2014

ABOUT 18 months ago, I bought 40 plasters from Superdrug, which cost me £2.50. Less than 12 months later, the same 40 plasters cost me £10. This is a 400 per cent increase. Superdrug were extremely devious in the way they went about this staggering increase.

UKIP is becoming the only major opposition in Warrington

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5:02pm Friday 12th September 2014

DOUGLAS Carswell has defected from the Tory party to Ukip. This will result in the first Ukip Westminster MP, and the biggest by-election victory in UK History.

The Parr Hall - what a night

Warrington Guardian: The Parr Hall

4:59pm Friday 12th September 2014

I WENT to the Parr Hall on Saturday night to watch my granddaughter performing in One Night Only.

Tax savings for Labour

4:57pm Friday 12th September 2014

I WONDER how many taxpayers are aware of how much they have been saving on their council tax bills over the past few years?

Come on Warrington council. Make us proud

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4:56pm Friday 12th September 2014

I AM writing in response to Chris Burke ,”the under nines coach” letter to the Warrington Guardian on July 10.

Thanks for Help

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4:57pm Friday 12th September 2014

I AM writing this letter for publication in the opinion pages please ON Tuesday, August 26, I unfortunately had a fall outside the Halifax bank in Buttermarket Street Warrington.

Reader's Picture

Warrington Guardian: Darren Moston's picture of a butterfly at Walton Hall

11:24am Thursday 11th September 2014

A BUTTERFLY takes a rest in the sunshine at Walton Gardens.

Reader picture

Warrington Guardian: Rosalyn Cottrell's picture of a bee in her garden

11:04am Thursday 11th September 2014

BUSY, busy bumble bee.

I want Gorse Covert back the way it was

7:34am Wednesday 10th September 2014

I AM writing to voice my concerns over the terrible state of the grass verges and planted areas throughout Warrington.

It’s awful

Warrington Guardian: 'People could be putting dead bodies in them' - councillors consider move to open your black bin bags at recycling centres

4:10pm Friday 5th September 2014

AFTER reading other people’s letters about the maggot problem, I am glad to see it is not just my whole street that is suffering!

Wolves’ kind donation

Warrington Guardian: Front page of the 12-page 2014 season preview in tomorrow's Warrington Guardian

4:08pm Friday 5th September 2014

THE gardening team would like to thank the Wolves rugby club for their very kind donation which has enabled us to buy a Japanese fountain and pagoda, which enhances the rear of the village.

‘Thank you’ to hospital

Warrington Guardian: Bus times to change at Warrington Hospital

4:04pm Friday 5th September 2014

I FELT the need to write about my recent experience in Warrington Hospital.

Forum for a fare hearing

Warrington Guardian: Bus strike set to continue after union turns down offer from Network Warrington

4:03pm Friday 5th September 2014

I WOULD like to know why those petitioning and protesting about the recent fare increase never bothered to attend the regular customer panel meetings organised by the company.

Cenotaph has to be visible

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3:58pm Friday 5th September 2014

THE campaign to move the cenotaph from near Bridge Foot misses the point.

We need more 20mph limits

Warrington Guardian: 20 MPH     (5090688)

3:56pm Friday 5th September 2014

 I THANK Richard Buttery for his interest in 20mph limits with a letter on August 28.

Were you at Stones gig?

Warrington Guardian: Parr Hall in the snow

3:54pm Friday 5th September 2014

IT’S 50 years since the Rolling Stones played a show at Warrington’s Parr Hall as part of their rise to become perhaps Britain’s most well-known group after the Beatles.

An awful lot for council to do

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3:50pm Friday 5th September 2014

I NOTE in the Guardian there is often much made of the so-called division between the way the north and south of Warrington seem to be funded by the council.

Fare increases hit the poor

Warrington Guardian: Bus strike set to continue after union turns down offer from Network Warrington

3:47pm Friday 5th September 2014

THE continual bus fare increases by Network Warrington are driving poorer people into social exclusion and deeper poverty.

The wonder of Government guidance

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3:45pm Friday 5th September 2014

I WRITE with reference to the letter from Alan Dobson of Lymm (Warrington Guardian, August 28) about the letters local electors will have received regarding electoral registration confirmation.

Park poppies pay tribute to First World War

Warrington Guardian: POPPIES at Bank Park pay a poignant reminder to those who lost their lives in the centenary of the First World War.Mike Bromwich, of Landseer Avenue, Lower Walton, took this picture with the Town Hall offices in the background.If you have a picture that y

9:12am Thursday 4th September 2014

POPPIES at Bank Park pay a poignant reminder to those who lost their lives in the centenary of the First World War.

Were you at Stones gig in Warrington 50 years ago?

Warrington Guardian: The Rolling Stones when they performed in Bradford in 1964 at the Gaumont Theatre

7:59am Thursday 4th September 2014

It's 50 years since the Rolling Stones played a show at Warrington's Parr Hall as part of their rise to become perhaps Britain's most well known group after the Beatles.

Look who's hanging around

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7:06am Thursday 4th September 2014

ANN Boyd, of Burgess Avenue, Wilderspool, took this picture of a critter in her garden.

Confused by council letter

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12:17pm Thursday 28th August 2014

DOES Prof Broomhead ever read the letters sent out in his name?

No value for money on bus

Warrington Guardian: Bus strike set to continue after union turns down offer from Network Warrington

12:12pm Thursday 28th August 2014

I READ with disbelief that Network Warrington management thought their new, more expensive bus tickets represented value for money. I can buy, online, an all Greater Mancehster system ticket for £59.40.

No thanks to more Labour

Warrington Guardian: Nick Bent

12:10pm Thursday 28th August 2014

I WAS amused by Nick Bent’s childish letter, Guardian August 14.

Your Picture of the week

Warrington Guardian:

12:07pm Thursday 28th August 2014

IAN Rowe, of Vale Avenue, Orford, took this picture of a flower around the wet land area of Liverpool Road

Swanning around

Warrington Guardian:

12:03pm Thursday 28th August 2014

SWANNING around on the canal.

Roadworks cause bumps

Warrington Guardian: Gamallt traffic lights to go

12:01pm Thursday 28th August 2014

TODAY my wife and I were travelling along Sankey Way to cross over Crosfield Island towards town.

Council tactics are lacking

Warrington Guardian: UNWELCOME VISITORS: Travellers have moved on to the field next to the cricket club in Clayton

11:58am Thursday 28th August 2014

ONCE again our town has suffered from the annual plague of travellers, both in Woolston Park, Peel Hall Park and I suspect other areas.

Too early to claim success

Warrington Guardian: A 20mph sign on Bridge Street

11:55am Thursday 28th August 2014

I WOULD like to respond to Rod King’s letter celebrating the success of the 20mph speed limits recently placed on our streets.

Moving weir

Warrington Guardian: The weir that was the scene of a rescue when a boy fell into the North Beck, between Fell Lane and North Dean Road, Keighley

11:53am Thursday 28th August 2014

RECENTLY there has been a lot of talk about the regeneration of Bridge Foot.

Decline in bus is Tory plan

Warrington Guardian: Cars queue in a Bradford  traffic jam

11:47am Thursday 28th August 2014

CONTRAST the angst over the issue of canal bridges swinging and new bridge tolls with the likelihood that declining bus services will cause real hardship.

20mph doesn’t deliver results

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11:44am Thursday 28th August 2014

ROD King’s achievement in getting his 20s Plenty pressure group’s publicity all over the place, Guardian letters, August 8, is remarkable. However I’m always suspicious of ‘we know what’s best for you’ organisations since their propaganda is highly selective and ignores facts that don’t support their views, and which merely feeds their beliefs.

Thanks to my good samaritan

2:45pm Thursday 21st August 2014

COULD you please convey my thanks to a person who found me out cold after I suffered a head injury falling off my bike on August 6.

Don’t just reject recycling

2:39pm Thursday 21st August 2014

I HAVE just counted more than 35 bins with a contaminated sticker for incorrect use of the recycle bin (mine included).

No guarantee on last increase

Warrington Guardian: Bus strike set to continue after union turns down offer from Network Warrington

2:37pm Thursday 21st August 2014

AS a spokesperson for Warrington Green Party and a regular bus user, I would like like to add my voice to the protests against the latest unnecessary fare increases.

Your Picture of the week

2:35pm Thursday 21st August 2014

SUE Leeming, of Colorado Close, Great Sankey, took this picture of a bee enjoying the sunshine

A secret squirrel

Warrington Guardian:

2:18pm Thursday 21st August 2014

WHO is this cheeky chappie hiding in the trees? Chris Wilkinson spotted this squirrel while on a walk at Sankey Valley Park.

Fan with a proud record

Warrington Guardian: The Halliwell Jones Stadium

2:16pm Thursday 21st August 2014

I would like to point out that there are other supporters in addition to Craig who have watched the Wire for far more matches but have never received this sort of recognition, if any.

Time to lose the tower

2:15pm Thursday 21st August 2014

I HAVE to ask why one of the oldest buildings I know from my childhood has been allowed to be destroyed.

A great deal of courage

2:09pm Thursday 21st August 2014

MY father, Sergeant Tom Walsh, served with the King’s Liverpool Regiment from 1914 to 1918 as a platoon sergeant who specialised in bayonet training.

Memories of the Pavilion

2:07pm Thursday 21st August 2014

I REMEMBER when I was a little girl and I used to sneak in the Pavilion 9Pivvy, as it was then known on Lovely Lane.

Voters need to be told

1:54pm Thursday 21st August 2014

HAVING formerly complained to the council, I wish to register my concerns on how the electoral register information is to be used.

Not so stuck on Riverside

1:45pm Thursday 21st August 2014

HAVING spent one and a half hours trying to get off the Riverside industrial estate on Saturday afternoon, I feel it is time to put pen to paper.

New charges to find a job

1:43pm Thursday 21st August 2014

WHAT’S going on in our libraries?

Appalled by Network news

1:41pm Thursday 21st August 2014

I AM writing to say that me and my family are simply appalled by Network Warrington.

Migrants have little effect

1:40pm Thursday 21st August 2014

IN response to Ken Whittaker’s recent request for Helen Jones MP to explain ‘how allowing more than a million eastern Europeans into our jobs market has affected the pay of British workers’ the answer is, very little.



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