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Your picture of the week

Warrington Guardian:

2:53pm Thursday 24th July 2014

PETER Smith, of Lynton Close, Penketh, took this picture of a butterfly in his garden

Join the fight against the tolls

Warrington Guardian: Mersey Gateway

2:50pm Thursday 24th July 2014

I WOULD like to make Guardian readers aware of the pressure group Halton Against Tolls.

Emergency Exits blocked

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

2:49pm Thursday 24th July 2014

I BELIEVE that Network Warrington has not considered the risks associated with obstructing emergency exits on their buses, and that this creates a health and safety issue for its passengers.

Proms in the Park

Warrington Guardian:

2:47pm Thursday 24th July 2014

I TREATED my mum and stepdaughter to Proms in the Park and what a great night we had.

Attack on our civil liberties

Warrington Guardian:

2:46pm Thursday 24th July 2014

I FIND it extraordinary that the Government’s response to strike action on July 10 by the NUT and five other public sector unions has been to completely ignore the issues and instead seek to reduce people’s right to strike.

What about our rights

Warrington Guardian: The Traveller camp on Ombersley Way. Buy photo: BCR261402_01 at droitwichadvertiser.co.uk/pictures

2:44pm Thursday 24th July 2014

ONCE again Woolston Park is blighted by a gipsy encampment.

Traffic light complaints

Warrington Guardian: Gamallt traffic lights to go

2:43pm Thursday 24th July 2014

THE company filming in Lymm has set up unofficial temporary traffic lights in the village (I have been on to the council and they know nothing about it).

Disappointed by funfair

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2:42pm Thursday 24th July 2014

I WONDER if any of your readers had a similarly-disappointing Walking Day experience last Saturday evening when Silcock’s abruptly abandoned its Stockton Heath Fair so early.

Bin maggots

Warrington Guardian: Warrington bin collections could go fortnightly

2:40pm Thursday 24th July 2014

I HAVE just spent four hours trying to rid my black bin of maggots. We always put our rubbish in bin liners before we put them in the outside bin and yet we are infested!

Park neglect is a disgrace

Warrington Guardian:

2:39pm Thursday 24th July 2014

I WISH to complain about the neglected state of Peel Hall Park.

Mr Smith's is a monster

Warrington Guardian:

2:38pm Thursday 24th July 2014

THERE are many fine buildings in Warrington but, in my opinion, Mr Smith’s is not one of them.

Fly tipping will increase

Warrington Guardian:

2:36pm Thursday 24th July 2014

WARRINGTON Borough Council in its wisdom has decided to close the recycling centre in Stockton Heath as of August 1.

Pet of the week

Warrington Guardian:

2:34pm Thursday 24th July 2014

HAYLEY says hello.

Shocking lack of service

Warrington Guardian: PASSPORT PROBLEMS: Stephen Doughty MP has called on the Government to provide a refund for people who have had to pay to have their passport applications upgraded, as a result of the crisis in the Passport Offic

2:57pm Friday 18th July 2014

I SENT off for my son’s passport seven weeks ago as we travel on July 21.

Love animals? Stop cruelty

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2:53pm Friday 18th July 2014

MORE than 4.1 million experiments were carried out on animals in Great Britain during 2013; it is the equivalent to starting more than 11,000 experiments every day. This is the highest number of animal experiments seen for 26 years and flies in the face of the Coalition Government’s pledge in 2010 to work to reduce the number of animal experiments.

Labour party hypocrisy

Warrington Guardian: Labour Party Drop-in

2:48pm Friday 18th July 2014

IN response to Tom Jennings (Labour Party candidate, Parish Councillor for Grappenhall and Thelwall) in Opinion, May 22, he says: ‘Anne Raymond asks if Labour can run an honest campaign, but this from a party who gave a written promise to scrap tuition fees but then promptly trebled them, just so Nick Clegg could play with the Tory big boys down in Westminster’.

No excuses

Warrington Guardian: A Gaggle Of Geese by Christine Carr

2:45pm Friday 18th July 2014

THE killing of 60 Canada geese at Lingley Mere was a cruel and heartless act.

History book is a success

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2:43pm Friday 18th July 2014

WARRINGTON Guardian’s article on July 14 on our first publication ‘Bewsey Takes Its Place In History’ has generated many enquiries.

Can’t justify mass slaughter

Warrington Guardian:

2:41pm Friday 18th July 2014

I AM writing in respect of the mass shooting of 60 Canada geese by United Utilities at Lingley Mere.

Thank you

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2:40pm Friday 18th July 2014

A BIG big thank you to the wonderful man who helped me when my car broke down in Birchwood.

Shame on water firm

Warrington Guardian:

2:37pm Friday 18th July 2014

I AM disgusted at United Utilities killing the geese.

Why pay our council tax? Labour party hypocrisy

Warrington Guardian: WINNING IMAGE: Frank Cleland's picture of a heron standing in long grass at the Cardigan Wetlands Centre was judged as best projected image at the Barry Camera Club's monthly competition.

2:34pm Friday 18th July 2014

WHAT do we pay our council tax for?

Record of work in area

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2:32pm Friday 18th July 2014

CAN I thank Gary Bebbington for expressing his support for the work that needs to be done in Longbarn Park and doing his bit in Grappenhall in Opinion, July 3.

Sick pay dearly

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1:20pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

THE need of the extreme right wing to muddy the political waters by using smoke and mirrors alongside dodgy statistics was never more evident than in A Edwards letter to last week’s Guardian.

Tip contract process faulty

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1:18pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

READERS may be interested in my views when I attended a meeting at the Town Hall last Thursday to listen to councillors discuss the imminent closure of Stockton Heath recycling centre.

Pic of the Week

Warrington Guardian:

11:54am Tuesday 15th July 2014

STEVE Knox, of Gig Lane, Woolston, sent in this picture of a common blue damselfly at Rixton Claypits.

Labour left hospital crisis

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11:50am Tuesday 15th July 2014

IN response to Graham Brinksman’s letter of last week I would remind him that Labour in 2009 and 2010 had refused to acede to persistent requests from relatives of victims of the Mid Staffs Hospital scandal to hold an inquiry.

Grass cutting

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11:48am Tuesday 15th July 2014

I AGREE with Geoff Baker, (Guardian June 12), about the cutting of grass and shrubbery in the Birchwood area. It was done only once last year.

Alternative route exists

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11:46am Tuesday 15th July 2014

IN response to a reader's question asking about a new road from Chester Road to Great Sankey, the council spokesman refers to the high cost of having to bridge the Manchester Ship Canal, River Mersey and West Coast Main Line.

Not so Green Lane anymore

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11:43am Tuesday 15th July 2014

GREEN Lane in Padgate is a leafy tree-lined lane, or so it says on the internet description that any newcomer to the area will see when they are house hunting.

Let’s take pride in walk

11:41am Tuesday 15th July 2014

IN reply to Mavis Hoarty, while I agree that Warrington Walking Day isn’t the event it once was, it is something that should be treasured and preserved.

Readers pic - Wildflower meadow

Warrington Guardian:

11:33am Tuesday 15th July 2014

LOOK at what you might find beyond the flood defences along the Mersey.

Be ashamed

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11:31am Tuesday 15th July 2014

WITH reference to the former health centre on Barrow Hall Lane, Great Sankey.

Disgraceful

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11:29am Tuesday 15th July 2014

REGARDING blaming the council for cutbacks to fields, they come to our field every week and only cut the middle bit leaving the outside long.

New era for old Grammar

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11:24am Tuesday 15th July 2014

REGARDING the article about the new lease of life for the old technical college in Palmyra Square in last week’s Warrington Guardian.

Sign blunder

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11:22am Tuesday 15th July 2014

THE flats on Alder Lane are displaying an inaccurate location for Orford Hall.

Saddened by council neglect

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11:19am Tuesday 15th July 2014

ON behalf of Warrington Town under 9s football club, I would like to thank family, friends and the kind people of Warrington for helping us to raise enough funds to take 10 kids on a trip of a lifetime to Hilden, Warrington’s partner town in Germany.

Your picture of the week

Warrington Guardian:

9:55am Friday 11th July 2014

STEVE Knox, of Gig Lane, Woolston, sent in this picture of a common blue damselfly at Rixton Claypits.

YOUR PIC: Wildflower meadow

Warrington Guardian:

9:54am Friday 11th July 2014

LOOK at what you might find beyond the flood defences along the Mersey.

Saddened by council neglect

Warrington Guardian:

9:50am Friday 11th July 2014

ON behalf of Warrington Town under 9s football club, I would like to thank family, friends and the kind people of Warrington for helping us to raise enough funds to take 10 kids on a trip of a lifetime to Hilden, Warrington’s partner town in Germany.

Sign blunder

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9:48am Friday 11th July 2014

THE flats on Alder Lane are displaying an inaccurate location for Orford Hall.

Be Ashamed

Warrington Guardian: Pharmacy bosses hopefully of Sankey Medical Centre resolution

9:47am Friday 11th July 2014

WITH reference to the former health centre on Barrow Hall Lane, Great Sankey.

Disgraceful

Warrington Guardian:

9:46am Friday 11th July 2014

REGARDING blaming the council for cutbacks to fields, they come to our field every week and only cut the middle bit leaving the outside long.

New era for old Grammar

Warrington Guardian:

9:44am Friday 11th July 2014

REGARDING the article about the new lease of life for the old technical college in Palmyra Square in last week’s Warrington Guardian.

Labour left hospital crisis

Warrington Guardian: Labour storms to parish council win

9:42am Friday 11th July 2014

IN response to Graham Brinksman’s letter of last week I would remind him that Labour in 2009 and 2010 had refused to acede to persistent requests from relatives of victims of the Mid Staffs Hospital scandal to hold an inquiry.

Not so Green Lane anymore

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9:41am Friday 11th July 2014

GREEN Lane in Padgate is a leafy tree-lined lane, or so it says on the internet description that any newcomer to the area will see when they are house hunting.

Let's take pride in walk

Warrington Guardian: Rain holds off for Warrington Walking Day

9:40am Friday 11th July 2014

IN reply to Mavis Hoarty, while I agree that Warrington Walking Day isn’t the event it once was, it is something that should be treasured and preserved.

Alternative route exists

Warrington Guardian: Bridge Foot leak in hand say United Utilities

9:39am Friday 11th July 2014

IN response to a reader's question asking about a new road from Chester Road to Great Sankey, the council spokesman refers to the high cost of having to bridge the Manchester Ship Canal, River Mersey and West Coast Main Line.

Grass cutting

Warrington Guardian:

9:38am Friday 11th July 2014

I AGREE with Geoff Baker, (Guardian June 12), about the cutting of grass and shrubbery in the Birchwood area. It was done only once last year.

Sick pay dearly

Warrington Guardian:

9:35am Friday 11th July 2014

THE need of the extreme right wing to muddy the political waters by using smoke and mirrors alongside dodgy statistics was never more evident than in A Edwards letter to last week’s Guardian.



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