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Your Picture of the week

Warrington Guardian: Your Picture of the week

2:06pm Thursday 17th April 2014

THIS picture of a chaffinch was taken by Heather Price, of Meadway Road, Culcheth, in her garden

Pride of Warrington

Warrington Guardian: Pride of Warrington

2:05pm Thursday 17th April 2014

‘GATES to be proud of.’ So says Michael Smith, of Durham Close, Woolston, who took this picture of the Golden Gates.

MP comments

Warrington Guardian: Helen Jones MP

2:02pm Thursday 17th April 2014

LABOUR MP for Warrington, Helen Jones, made some comments in the Guardian last week about our local Healthwatch.

Exceptional treatment

Warrington Guardian: Warrington Hospital

1:58pm Thursday 17th April 2014

I WISH to thank the stroke team and the X-ray department for their care during my brief stay last week. I am convinced my recovery would not have been as fast without the high quality of their treatment.

Care will not be forgotten

Warrington Guardian: Warrington Hospital

1:57pm Thursday 17th April 2014

I WOULD like to say a big thank you to Warrington Hospital for caring for my dad Tom so very well in his final months.

Fair weather fan club

1:55pm Thursday 17th April 2014

CAN somebody please explain to me why, when Warrington Wolves travel to away games, the support is phenomenal (we can out-sing the home supporters and the atmosphere is party-like).

No fan of New Labour

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1:46pm Thursday 17th April 2014

IN last week’s Guardian A Edwards latest rant includes more statements with no basis in fact.

Goodbye aunt

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1:45pm Thursday 17th April 2014

RECENTLY our 99-year-old aunt, Molly Johnson, died. She had lived in Warrington for 75 years and was well-known as a school teacher, churchgoer and woman-about-town.

We need more shareholders

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1:43pm Thursday 17th April 2014

SADLY there are those among us who pick a political party and stick with it all their life.

Keep calm it’s just a bit dusty

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2:31pm Friday 11th April 2014

WHAT has become of our country when a bit of dust gets us all worked up?

Let down by my councillor

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2:28pm Friday 11th April 2014

BACK in January, I contacted my ward councillor, Labour’s Maureen McLaughlin, on her home telephone number and mobile and left messgaes excplaining why I was calling and my number so she could call me back, if only to tell me she couldn’t help.

Arm yourselves with the facts

Warrington Guardian: Our top 10 solutions to dealing with the swing bridge problem in Warrington

2:13pm Friday 11th April 2014

IN response to the piece in the Guardian, April 3, ‘Peel should paint swing bridge”, I am amazed we have councillors with such an in-depth knowledge of bridge maintenance.

Your Picture of the week

Warrington Guardian: Your Picture of the week

2:11pm Friday 11th April 2014

David Smith, of Foxfield Close, Houghton Green, took this picture of a Sparrowhawk in his back garden before the bird was chased away by three magpies

The frog chorus

Warrington Guardian: The frog chorus

1:13pm Friday 11th April 2014

DAVID Braithwaite, of Park Road, Great Sankey, sent in this picture of frogs found in his garden pond.

Time for new bus provider

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

1:11pm Friday 11th April 2014

WHAT is going on with Network Warrington? The 25 and 28 services have been halved. The 23 reduced to half hourly, and the 17 suspended at Birchwood train station. Surely I’m not the only person becoming seriously disgruntled about what is becoming a rather sporadic bus service.

No-one to enforce limit

Warrington Guardian: 20 MPH     (5090688)

1:10pm Friday 11th April 2014

IN response to Kevin Stokes letter, Guardian, April 3, I think he is missing my point.

Rich look on as poor suffer

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1:08pm Friday 11th April 2014

IN response to Mr Acton’s letter where he writes that the country’s finances should be run like a household. That we should not spend more than what we have coming in, that we should live within our means. I know many readers would strongly agree and in principle so do I. However, there are several things Mr Acton fails to mention.

Recovery is on its way

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1:06pm Friday 11th April 2014

IT was interesting to read leftie stalwarts, Mr Withers and Mr Brinksman’s doom and gloom ‘fantasy world’ commentary in recent weeks.

Big Brother is watching you

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1:01pm Friday 11th April 2014

I WOULD like readers to be aware that the Co-op in Great Sankey now has a camera in its car park.

Fracking law loophole

Warrington Guardian: Fracking protestors

12:56pm Friday 11th April 2014

I WONDER if any of your readers are aware of the new law being prepared for the Queen’s Speech in May. It does away with the old common law right of trespass under your home.

Your Picture of the week

Warrington Guardian: Your Picture of the week

2:48pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

Jack Gundry, of Portland Road, Great Sankey, took this picture from the Warrington Housing Association office

Grateful thanks

Warrington Guardian: Warrington Hospital

2:47pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I WOULD like to thank staff on ward A6 at Warrington Hospital who looked after me during my recent 10 day stay for surgery.

Restrictions for a reason

Warrington Guardian: 20mph zones to be introduced next month

2:46pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I AM replying to the letter in the Guardian, March 27, entitled ‘Nifty 50mph’.

Picture brought back memories

Warrington Guardian: GARDENING FUN: Arley Hall head gardener Patrick Swan helps his children Florence, seven, and Benedict, three, identify some of the garden's shrubs.

2:45pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I WAS delighted to see a picture of Arley Hall in the Guardian, March 27.

High time site was developed

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2:43pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I WRITE regarding Orford Farm on School Road, Warrington.

Birds take flight

Warrington Guardian: Birds take flight

2:39pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

THESE birds are making a bit of a splash.

Taxi honesty

Warrington Guardian: Problem solver: NHS Worcestershire has launched a new mobile phone app to show people alternatives to visiting A&E.

2:38pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I WOULD like to say a big thank you to the taxi driver who returned my son’s phone after he left it in his car after a night out in town. He thought he would never see it again and is very grateful.

Legislation needs review

Warrington Guardian: Our top 10 solutions to dealing with the swing bridge problem in Warrington

2:33pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

Readers are rightly worried about growing congestion caused by Peel Ports opening the ship canal swing bridges during rush hour. I share those concerns and I support the Guardian’s ‘Swing Off Peak’ campaign.

Donations appreciated

Warrington Guardian: STAMPS.JPG

2:30pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

MAY I once again thank so many people who have donated their stamps, stamp albums, postcards, first day covers etc to St Rocco’s Hospice.

Councillors don’t care

Warrington Guardian: Councillor criticises decision not to repair the damaged road surface in St Peter Street.

2:27pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I AM sick to death of all the pot holes on Longbarn Lane, Woolston.

Questions need answers

Warrington Guardian: Cars parked on Listerhills Road, which will be part of the Council's traffic management proposals

2:21pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

A question that I have pondered for a few years now, and one that I have asked of the town’s traffic enforcers, is, why is parking allowed on the west side of Crosfield Street?

Job lasted just three weeks

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2:19pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

THANK you for publishing my letter, Older people get no help, Guardian, February 27.

Thanks for help Michael

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2:18pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I WOULD like to thank a nice man called Michael from Hill Top Road, Woolston, who picked me up off the ground in the car park after I had a nasty fall.

Parking ticket outside church

Warrington Guardian: File picture of a Brighton and Hove parking attendant issuing a ticket

2:17pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I SPEAK not just for myself, but for many others, who have been told by the parish priest at every mass about parking at the Sacred Heart, St Alban’s and St Mary’s, and about the many people getting fines and parking tickets.

Tesco trauma

Warrington Guardian: Win shopping for a year with Tesco extra Lea Valley

2:15pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I WOULD to thank the two women who reported a customer who took reduced produce from my hand while I was shopping late in Tesco Extra on Tuesday night.

Support for resignation

Warrington Guardian: Clr Colin Froggatt

2:12pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

I wholeheartedly support Clr Colin Froggatt in his resignation as ‘education boss’ in protest at the Warrington University Technical College.

Fans deserve an answer

Warrington Guardian: GUARDIAN VERDICT: Warrington Wolves 4 Wigan Warriors 12

12:36pm Thursday 27th March 2014

WHAT has happened to the Wire this season?

Bedroom tax is finished

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12:34pm Thursday 27th March 2014

IN the past year housing benefit claimants who live in social housing in Warrington will have been affected by the removal of the spare room subsidy or the bedroom tax.

Your Picture of the week

Warrington Guardian: Your Picture of the week

12:25pm Thursday 27th March 2014

Darren Moston, of The Old Quays, Latchford, took this picture of a two-day old lamb in Walton

Relics of the past

Warrington Guardian: Relics of  the past

11:41am Thursday 27th March 2014

A STRIKING image of a Warrington relic.

Nifty 50mph

Warrington Guardian: Should Watford be a 20mph zone?

11:38am Thursday 27th March 2014

AS more and more 20mph zones are rolled out across Warrington, we have just had our sign posted.

Reassurance over GP

Warrington Guardian: NHS England South has appointed Sarah Elliott the new director for nursing and quality

11:37am Thursday 27th March 2014

IN response to Mr and Mrs P A Short, Warrington Guardian, March 13, I can assure them that Labour councillors in Sankey and Whittle Hall are fighting vigorously to force NHS England to recommission a GP service at Barrow Hall Lane.

Wilderspool velodrome

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11:34am Thursday 27th March 2014

IT seems the Olympic legacy is strong in Warrington with Wilderspool Causeway footpaths becoming our answer to a cycling velodrome.

Monitoring labour is vital

Warrington Guardian: Warrington Hospital

11:32am Thursday 27th March 2014

I READ the front page story, Guardian, Maternity Ward Fears, March 13, with interest. However I must admit that I had to read the story four times to find out what you actually meant.

So grateful to hospital team

Warrington Guardian: Halton Hospital

11:31am Thursday 27th March 2014

Last week I attended Halton Hospital day case ward and would like to thank all the staff involved for being friendly, helpful and caring especially the nursing staff that looked after me (Angie and Lynn) on the ward and the team in theatre.

Thanks for strike support

Warrington Guardian: Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Education

11:30am Thursday 27th March 2014

Thank you to the people of Warrington who supported us on a particularly cold and windy day on Saturday.

Appreciation for flowers

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11:26am Thursday 27th March 2014

I WOULD like to send a big thanks to whoever suggested or approved the spending and did all the hard work to fill so many road islands and verges in the town centre with bulbs which are now beautiful spring flowers.

Cut your cloth accordingly

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11:22am Thursday 27th March 2014

I FOUND Tony Withers’ letter in last week’s Guardian quite amusing.

Give power to councils

Warrington Guardian: Future of Arpley tip decided tonight

2:35pm Friday 21st March 2014

I NOTE with increasing concern that council fights against overdevelopment of areas and other issues such as the tip extension to operations at Arpley are often protracted.

Organ is a priceless asset

2:22pm Friday 21st March 2014

I HAD the privilege of being in attendance at the superb organ recital given by Ian Tracy at the Parr Hall.



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