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Drainage survey for Longbarn Park

By Liam Fitzsimmons
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COUNCILLORS across Warrington are calling for an investigation to be launched over drainage problems in Longbarn Park.

Labour councillors Geoff Settle, Billy Lines-Rowland and Graham Friend have all called on Warrington Borough Council to conduct an investigation, estimated to cost around £6000. 104 more words

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Rescued from pot holes

As expected, Warrington Borough Council have taken action on some of the pot holes in the village of Culcheth.

They have re-surfaced Hob Hey Lane and Wigshaw Lane but still need to apply road markings, and they’re currently re-surfacing the top end of Common Lane towards Lowton. 69 more words

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Pot holes getting worse

The amount of pot holes in Culcheth, Croft and Glazebury is increasing. Many residents of the villages have to put up with these appalling conditions of the roads every day. 138 more words

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Culcheth Sixth Form update

This is an update to the story of  ‘Culcheth Sixth Form set to close’ which was posted on October 31.

The first stage of consultation involved the school governors writing to parents, teachers, all of the Primary schools situated in Culcheth, and the Parish Council, asking for their opinion. 237 more words

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Pedal Power: Cycle lanes are 'good investments' as motorists feel frustrated

Cycle lanes in Warrington are of good investment for the town says the council, despite some opposition from critics who claim the paths are being under-used. 1,130 more words

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Borough Council to introduce new online feature for local people

THE Warrington Borough Council introduced the digital vision for Warrington not long ago.

As part of this campaign, they have further launched a new way to report problems to the Council through an on-line medium. 311 more words

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Staying safe during the Christmas period

WARRINGTON Borough Council has launched a campaign to promote safety before and during the Christmas period.

Places such as community areas, key night-life areas, on telephone boxes, night clubs, bars and buses will have the stay safe campaign slogan “While you’re having fun, stay safe”  displayed for the viewing of the public. 321 more words

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