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The scene was described as 'carnage' by one horrified shopper.
Pupils from Lymm High School planted 100 new trees in Spud Wood at Oughtrington in the latest stage of the community wood success story.
The route would have cut through part of Culcheth and would have cost 1 billion alone "no longer makes sense" according to a report handed to MPs from HS2 chief executive David Higgins.
It was revealed in the Warrington Guardian that the council has written off more than 325,000 of unrecoverable debt for the first time since 2006.TV cameras visit Lymm for the second time in six months as Shameless creator Paul Abbott films his new show No Offence in the village.The story follows unorthodox cops who go above and beyond the call of duty to bring down hardened criminals.The schoolchildren appeared on BBC North West Tonight on 23 December 2014.
Six venues in the Cultural Quarter of the town centre received an Arc Angel award from Cheshire Police in recognition of nightspots that encourage responsible drinking.Warrington Stammering Support Group received a grant of 2,800 from the Coalfields Regeneration Trust.