YOU may have seen some familiar faces on television this week as Warrington residents have appeared on three shows of Pointless.

On Easter Monday and Tuesday, Tom Fagan, a former St Gregory's Catholic High School pupil and his mum Pat, a legal secretary, attempted to score pointless answers.

On Wednesday night, Penketh Library got a personal shout-out from presenter Alexander Armstrong after Sylvia Haggett told him she is 'trying to save the libraries'.

The retired Penketh resident hosts a reading group at the library and also enjoys singing in a choir.

She told the presenter how she wants to 'save the libraries' from closure.

Host Alexander Armstrong looked into the camera and said: "Use the library in Penketh.

"Get in there, get down there and if you haven't used it for a while go back there and use it.

"If you have borrowed a book and it's over due take it back and pay the fine."

Patricia, a part-time receptionist at an opticians and also from Penketh, appeared alongside Sylvia and the pair made it to the final head-to-head round.

Sadly, there were pipped to the post by a brother and sister duo.

Although Tom and Pat were first to be knocked out of Monday night's show after Tom gave an incorrect answer, they made it through one more round when they reappeared on Tuesday.