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Retrieved 16 April This is now detracting attention from all our honest endeavours to fix the problems of the past. It lasted for around 10 seconds at 1 a. Read more about the campaign here. It chose Warrington as the location of its first UK store.

The commentator Henry Porter claims little is known of Brooks personally. After school she worked for the French magazine L'architecture d'aujourd'hui in Paris, before returning to Britain to work for Eddy Shah 's Messenger Group. She joined the Sunday newspaper News of the World in as a secretary, before working as a feature writer for its Sunday magazine, eventually becoming the paper's deputy editor.

She then returned to the News of the World in as editor; at the time, she was the youngest editor of a national British newspaper. While at the News of the World , Brooks oversaw its campaign of " naming and shaming " individuals suspected to be convicted child sex offenders —a campaign launched in the wake of the murder of Sarah Payne while hacking her mother's voicemail.

The campaign was described as "grossly irresponsible" journalism by the Chief Constable of Gloucestershire , Tony Butler, [11] but Brooks defended the paper's actions on the BBC's Breakfast with Frost , claiming that it was "only right that the public have controlled access" to information on sex offenders. In January , she returned to The Sun , replacing her former boss David Yelland , to become its first female editor.

The next day The Sun ran a word reply from the head of the mental health charity SANE , and since then has adopted a style guide on covering mental health stories prepared by the same charity. Brooks and her husband spent a day with the head of SANE and made donations to the charity. On her appointment as editor of The Sun she said "It's the best job in newspapers. She can turn people over and have dinner with them the next day.

During a March appearance before the House of Commons Select Committee on Culture, Media and Sport as part of an inquiry into privacy issues, Brooks stated that her newspaper had paid police for information. Brooks has been chairman of the organisation Women in Journalism , [11] and has served as a judge for the "Guardian Student Media Awards" in November [27] and the tenth annual Police Bravery Awards in July , the latter sponsored by The Sun.

In June , it was announced that she would leave The Sun in September , to become chief executive of the newspaper's parent company, News International. A police enquiry revealed that the News of the World had a routine practice of intercepting mobile phone messages of celebrities, politicians and other public figures. The newspaper's reporter, Clive Goodman , and Glenn Mulcaire, a hired investigator, were convicted and jailed for intercepting the phone messages of members of the Royal Family in Brooks replied, "We have paid police for information in the past.

The Sun , of which Brooks was editor, subsequently ridiculed Chris Bryant in a number of articles, starting with one about a photograph of him in his underpants from a gay dating website. Brooks later claimed that in her response to Bryant's question she had merely been speaking about the widespread belief that payments had been made to police, and denied having any knowledge of specific payments.

According to MPs, Rebekah Brooks refused three times to attend the committee again to be questioned further, [33] resulting in four committee members "considering asking the Serjeant at Arms to issue a warrant forcing Brooks to attend"; however they subsequently dropped this proposal because they believed their private lives would be investigated if they did so. On 11 May , Brooks appeared as a witness in the Leveson Inquiry. In , The Guardian [36] and a solicitor alleged that in , when Brooks was editor, the paper had hacked the voicemail of missing schoolgirl Milly Dowler later found to be murdered , to access messages left by her parents.

Brooks had no idea how the paper she edited was obtaining information about the Dowler family for its articles, or that she knew about the hacking and allowed it. Milly Dowler's parents also called for Brooks's resignation.

When Brooks told News of the World staff that the newspaper was being closed down, some reportedly said that all of their jobs had been sacrificed to save hers. Having previously had an offer of resignation rejected, Brooks resigned from News International on 15 July I have believed that the right and responsible action has been to lead us through the heat of the crisis.

However my desire to remain on the bridge has made me a focal point of the debate. This is now detracting attention from all our honest endeavours to fix the problems of the past.

Therefore I have given Rupert and James Murdoch my resignation. While it has been a subject of discussion, this time my resignation has been accepted. The Daily Telegraph reported that despite resigning from her position, Brooks remained on the company payroll and continued to receive her salary from News International, having been told by Rupert Murdoch to "travel the world on him for a year.

On 17 July , Brooks was arrested by police on suspicion of conspiring to intercept communications and on suspicion of corruption allegations. Sixteen have been formally charged with crimes. Brooks's trial over the phone-hacking claims began on 28 October On 31 October it was revealed she had had an affair lasting at least six years with Andy Coulson , another key figure in the phone-hacking scandal.

On 24 June , Rebekah Brooks was cleared of all charges related to the phone hacking. The press have noted social ties between Brooks and various members of the Establishment. In she borrowed a retired police horse from the Metropolitan Police which she kept on her Oxfordshire farm, where it was ridden by David Cameron. Shortly before her arrest, she had an hour-long telephone conversation with Tony Blair.

He offered to act as an unofficial advisor to Brooks and to Rupert and James Murdoch. Blair told Brooks that this arrangement should remain private. He offered her advice on how to deal with the phone hacking scandal.

Making reference to the Hutton Inquiry , which had cleared his government of wrongdoing related to the death of a biological warfare expert, Blair advised Brooks to set up an internal inquiry which would clear her of wrongdoing in the phone hacking scandal. Brooks became engaged to actor Ross Kemp best known for portraying the volatile hardman Grant Mitchell in EastEnders in , and married him in June in Las Vegas. She was released without charge, and the police took no further action.

Private Eye and The Independent [73] reported the couple had separated; this was not widely reported in the remainder of the British press. The 7 March issue of Private Eye refers to her "paramour", former racehorse trainer and author Charlie Brooks. The Guardian reported on 5 June that she was to marry Brooks. It was announced by Bell Pottinger that Rebekah and Charlie Brooks were expecting a daughter in early via a surrogate mother.

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Children were among the casualties. Sephton from Warrington died. He was awarded the Victoria Cross VC. Brides held their wedding day in Warrington. The campus is now known as University of Chester, Warrington Campus. She was previously known as Lady Greenall. It originally closed on 16 November but was forced to reopen on 2 October after a legal challenge.

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It was formerly the site of the munitions factory during the Second World War. He was Chairman of the family brewing company Greenall Whitley until They featured on First Timers.

It was never built. Thanks for sparing the time! Face-lift in March Refit Aug - Nov Extended to 18 holes and fully opened on 15 June The Lancashire county border stays intact. The town became a unitary authority in Primary School officially opened on Capesthorne Road, Blackbrook. Demolition began 3 April to make way for the extension of Golden Square shopping centre.

It was my one and only visit to the old Wembley stadium. Temperatures reach 84 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade for Walking Day Jul 2. The result of the County Sheepdog Trials came later in the day.

See Warrington Green for more. Three business premises gutted. Services started later in the year November. Extended from September This time they stayed for half an hour last time in was for 20 minutes! See 'Way to Life' section of My Warrington page. Fine Fare was the biggest supermarket, before being taken over by Gateway and now Asda.

The centre also featured a Presto supermarket. ITV staged snooker events and Channel 4 featured basketball. It is now home to Fred Done bookmakers.

It was later demolished due to weakness. Parts of Grappenhall, Lymm and Latchford flooded. It was the former home of Warrington rugby league club before they moved to the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Did you know Gartons spelt backwards is snotrag? The mile park stretches from St Helens to Widnes via Warrington.

The land was acquired by the council in Closed and demolished in It ran until June It became known as Warrington Borough Transport, an at-arms-length management company of the council. Meanwhile, London buses were first painted red on this day in It concentrates mainly on Africa, Asia and the Caribbean, with smaller shipments being sent to other areas.

It is now Asda. The building is now the head office of Fred Done bookmakers. Cliff Richard has visited since it opened. It is now the Odeon. It is now based at Bridge Foot in the new Academy building.

Victoria Park, plus parts of Walton and Latchford flooded. St John's Roman Catholic School marooned. It followed the lives of people in Bewsey and Dallam from the beginning of the s until the present day. Stars and Stripes handed to Mayor John Taylor. It was renamed South Warrington News in and features a link to the www. Thanks for that, guys!

The roundabout was renamed Brian Bevan Island. The land was donated on the condition that it was turned into a nature park. Sadly, their request for National Lottery funding was rejected, despite the volunteers meeting up with Prince Charles who lent his support. The hall is now being turned into luxury apartments. Lines now operated by Virgin Media.

Blizzard brings the town to a standstill. Disruption for several days. Their first match was away against Leeds Rhinos, which Warrington won The church relocated to Central Avenue, Orford.

The project provides supported employment in horticulture for adults with learning difficulties. Princess Alexandra officially opened the centre on 12 December It is in the Guinness Book of Records for the tallest tree transported and replanted.

Both disappeared within a year of each other in and respectively. I photographed it all from beginning to end - see photos on the Warrington Wolves page. The trip, with modern buses, began in Rylands Street on Sunday 21 April at 7. It was hoped English Heritage could have renovated it, but the council said it was pulled down for safety reasons.

Slight tremors felt in Warrington. I was one of the performers in this version. Noticed I didn't say actors! The building itself was originally Warrington Magistrates Court. See a photo in Tour 2. The news has only been made public now, four years after police obtained the confession.

See photos in Warrington Green. Check out the charity's website www. They beat Wakefield Wildcats in a match televised on Sky in front of 14, spectators. See a photo of the shop in Tour 2. She trained there with the Warriors of Warrington.

A new railway station is planned. However, a change of heart from the authorities kept it going. See a photo from the event on the Memory Lane page. Four cottages badly damaged. Mersey Street closed due to flying slates in high wind. Read more on Warrington Market page. Investigators confirm it was no accident, and later charged a man with arson. They used grinders to increase the gaps between the bridge and the buttress. Normally the fire brigade are called out to spray water on to ease the traffic hold ups.

See photos on the Events page. Callers are assigned by computer directly to the drivers without a controller. His wife Jordan also attended. They split up in Three West Yorkshire men were convicted of the crime on 1 February, Sadly, it was short-lived as the school was eventually demolished.

The movement ensures producers from developing countries get a fair price for their goods and labour. Flooding was the result in many parts of the town.

Residents have always complained about how long it takes to get a response to a reported crime. In the past the frequencies were shared between other emergency units. Link to the Church Website here. It is supported by Roger Hunt, who was part of the winning England squad of and now lives in the town. He spent over 40 years with the club and was chairman of the Past Players Association. They feature images of the Berlin Wall and a visit from the Queen. The scheme does not deal in cash for fares, but uses a membership scheme instead.

The company closed down in later years due to licensing issues. In total 9, old Yellow Pages directories were collected by 53 schools and one tree was planted for every pound awarded to the schools. Classrooms and the hall of Ravenbank Primary School in Lymm were affected.

The unique annual ceremony takes place on the Saturday nearest to Midsummer's Day. I have since been informed that the event was a great success. It was ME with a torch on the end of a kite. And why do we only 'see' these UFO sightings at night? And only since powered flight? Thankfully, it was found soon after. See a photo of it on the My Warrington page. If a bin lid is not fully closed, the bin will not be emptied. She was crowned Miss Great Britain in February See the Events page for more.

Concerned residents say that if the sluice gates ever malfunctioned the area could be flooded. Their centre is on Allen Street, close to town centre. It featured magic shows, Punch and Judy and games. Expecting to wear his winter gear, he witnesses evidence of global warming as Norway has one of its hottest summers ever.

They came to the surface in a bid to get oxygen from the air as Environment Agency workers tried to re-oxgenate the water with pumps.

The club has applied to the National Lottery Fund for assistance. Twenty signs were erected to inform motorists of accidents and give general information. The group behind the campaign is known as Theatre 4 Warrington Campaign and is hoping to achieve charity status. The political activist has launched The Blah Party for the 'disaffected'. He had a number one hit with Happy Talk in June His real name is Ray Burns. The big supermarkets offered to help out those affected.

He has been called to account by the government. It will be the final stage in the New Town plan which was first started by the Commission for New Towns in The Living For Sport initiative is aimed at pupils between 11 and 16 who are at risk of opting out of school life by encouraging them to take part in sport.

It features its very own soap opera, Orford and Pop Factor to showcase the talents of local people. Check out their website www. The company sails between Liverpool and Salford Quays via Warrington every summer. They were touring the country to raise funds for the village which looks after AIDS orphans. Planning permission has already been granted to redevelop the waterfront near Mr Smiths at Bridge Foot in a scheme resembling other waterfronts in the region, such as Salford Quays.

Most of the produce is grown here in Warrington. He was one of the judges. Work will begin on the new section in the new year. On the Saturday, the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month shoppers held a two-minute silence in the town centre. Diwali is known as the Festival of Light and is a symbol of victory of evil. With the Theatre 4 Warrington plan to turn Mr Smiths into a theatre, it could be the start of a new lease of life for the area.

And what a welcome for visitors into the town when the first thing they see is a bright shiny welcome. In the end, Mr Smiths was turned into Halo nightclub and Theatre 4 Warrington are still looking for a venue.

It is something desperately needed in that part of town. Back to earlier story. It will take 17 years to complete the project, creating thousands of jobs. The fun day included the Christmas lights switch on. Check out their website.

The information screens should have been operational in January, but didn't start until the summer. The council was hoping to introduce a similar scheme in Warrington. Nobody was injured and foul play was ruled out. The owner noticed a bowl had been moved and neither he nor his wife had touched it. It was then noted that an aunt had died 3 days earlier. I wonder if there is any link with the guy who walked through a graveyard at midnight and heard a tapping sound on one of the gravestones.

When he got closer he saw a shadowy figure who said "They spelt my name wrong! The charges were brought under Section 70 of the Water Industry Act It pumped out kilo tons kts of Industrial Co2, lower than Runcorn and Widnes which had kts.

The figures were compiled in and revealed now. Previously, it was the base for Warrington Social Services department until the lease ran out in the s. Pink Ladies believe they are a private members club and therefore don't need a licence. Improvements to the market would also be undertaken, but rents for stallholders will increase to cover the cost. The war memorial, which was excluded from the original s scheme, will now be protected from development.

I believe the memorial should be moved to Bank Park or Queens Gardens so everybody can visit more safely. The development, which will go to a public inquiry, would feature a restaurant on the ground floor, 12 two-bed apartments and 4 one-bed apartments with parking spaces for 11 vehicles.

As a member of Warrington Cycle Campaign he wanted to do something a bit special. The bike was borrowed from the Cycling Projects charity of which he is a trustee. The 'abuse' was hurled at Indian film star Shilpa Shetty. It became the most complained-about TV show in the world and fellow contestant Jade Goody was later voted out by the public. She tried to make amends by apologising to the Indian actress via the national press. Jade Goody passed away on 22 Mar from cancer.

The scheme would also feature a permanent base for the Burtonwood Association heritage centre, who have been based in temporary accommodation since See RAF Burtonwood for more. Chemicals have been manufactured on the site since See Wild Weather section on the My Warrington page for images.

There are fears that it may have to uprooted. It was planted in by former pop singer Kim Wilde when Winwick Hospital was demolished. The award was voted on by members of the All Party Parliamentary Rugby League group, which consists of MPs and Lords from across the political spectrum. Lord Hoyle, chairman of Warrington Wolves, collected the award on behalf of Briers - who was away on warm-weather training with the Wolves squad.

Ten per cent of the grant came from Peel Holdings. Read more about Tayleur in On The Waterfront. She gave birth to her third daughter later the same month. The council installed traffic lights at a later date. At the same time improve Bank Quay railway station were also proposed.

I was amused to read later in the Warrington Guardian that way back in the Chamber of Commerce had requested improvements at Bridge Foot so that two horses could get across at the same time!

Oh how times have changed! It suggested one should be located near a motorway network so commuters could catch buses and use the motorway hard shoulder or dedicated lanes to complete their journeys. Other councils support the idea. In my college days we created a website proposing a park and ride scheme for the town. In it we suggested sites on the major routes at five locations in the north, east, south and west of the town.

The image shows the old entrance to E-Floor, where I learned my practical skills on web design. The report highlighted recycling, street cleaning and caring for the vulnerable among the council's successes. It was said that if it went ahead it would create more congestion on the roads in south Warrington.

The bus company expressed its concern regarding timetables. See On The Buses for more. This is to avoid disruption at Bank Holiday periods. Listen in at www. Locals were concerned that it wasn't available.

Read more on its history in the Lymm Dam section of Warrington Green. After last year's representative actually came from Wigan, it's good to see this year's came from Culcheth - Holly Ikin. It had previously been used by Social Services, among others. After the revamp it would be renamed Bank Quay House. It eventually relocated to Wigan. Meanwhile, listen to the only radio station from Warrington for Warrington, Radio Warrington on AM medium wave and via www.

It is the story of a fiction pop group spreading the message of peace and love to the children of tomorrow. They were held to honour traders who shot their own videos for display on the Market's plasma TV screens. It was dramatically scrapped the following day. It is registered with Warrington Primary Care Trust. The funding would allow gardeners to recycle waste rather than dumping it.

The controversy surrounding the wedding is that the husband married his former mother-in-law. A new law passed earlier this year now allows such ceremonies. It was later confirmed to be a crossing point at Miles Bite and is shown on an old Ordnance Survey map of See Warrington People for his profile. Areas of Warrington, including Grappenhall, Thelwall and Lymm, feature. The story portrayed a fictional army regiment on duty in Iraq, but the show was later cancelled when the international news story about the real life hostage taking of sailors in Iran hit the headlines.

The Trust helps to raise money for families who have children with life-threatening conditions. Read more about the Trust in the Community section. The station began broadcasting in They were painted grey in the war but never returned to their original bronze colour afterwards. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport said that detailed planning permission would still have to be granted by Warrington Borough Council. The ancient hall stands on the site of the earlier residence of the Boteler family, which stood here from the 12th century.

It reads as ED1 and should read as ED 1. The council is looking into it. Five such centres would have replaced doctors' surgeries. We don't want you late for your tea". Treatments should start in June.

See photos on the Golden Square page. See Warrington Green for photos of some of the town's quiet spots. The actual anniversary is 7 November. The ban will affect all enclosed public places, including bus shelters.

You guessed it - it was adopted! The exhibition was organised by the Primary Arts Network. My old school, Bewsey High closed for the very same reason in I was told that the old baths on Legh Street was one of the venues suggested as a base, one of five which would have replaced doctors' surgeries.

The council said it is greenbelt land and has restricted use throughout the year: The venue still has a licence as a nightclub so it could re-open very soon. See photos of last year's event on the Events page. The scheme will feature a facelift to the building with cafe and waiting areas, along with better ticket facilities and a shop. It was made by pupils and teachers at Penketh High School and is the story of how bullying at school does not have to be the end of it as the victim becomes the hero in a football match.

Carriageways on the M6 near junction 22 were covered in water. All in all, Warrington escaped the worst of it - unlike many parts of Yorkshire and the Midlands where many residents lost all their belongings in devastating floods. Lib-Dems blamed the Labour Government, while Labour blames the college This was in response to a foiled bomb plot in London. The vehicle in Warrington was declared safe later the same day. He wrote to Pete to wish him luck in a recent play in Manchester and was invited to meet him in his dressing room after a performance.

The cost has escalated, exceeding the original funding. This would be useful for Theatre 4 Warrington who are campaigning for a theatre for the town. The council apologised and promised action. A rival development at Time Square was turned down because the site was currently occupied and in use. Warrington's Legh Street baths have been closed since He was later released without charge and returned to India.

All eight suspects arrested were linked to the NHS. It is Warrington's biggest and oldest garden centre. It featured stalls and a carousel. At the event five new buses were named after some of Warrington's Worthies. See photos of the event on the On the Buses page. The car was found undamaged on Friday of the same week. I bet you didn't know they had one, did you? The owners asked the public to comment. Road users said they were in a dangerous position, even though they were put there to make it easier for pedestrians and cyclists to cross the road.

According to the Met Office, 57 mm is average - last year was 17mm, this year it was mm. The case remains unsolved at the time of writing. An inquest will be held in early To follow the thread of this story, click this update and return here after the final part.

The show was about improving one's skills in the kitchen. Many believed they are only doing it to meet shortfalls in budgets from central government, whilst others believed the council had set targets, which the council categorically denied.

They say the new Warrington Interchange is a contributing factor. The event, including coaching for skating, skateboarding, bike riding, sport, dance and DJ-ing, operated every Tuesday in August. See more his on his myspace website.

See photos in Peter's Gallery. His new bride was golf professional Natasha Shishmanian. Read more about the ceremony here. Seven youths were questioned by police, four were charged with his murder: The three others were released without charge. The post-mortem result confirmed that Mr Newlove's death was caused by "trauma to the head". A heartbreaking letter from his daughter appeared in the national and local press soon after the tragedy.

He received the accolade 'The Bird Man of Appleton Thorn' for the work he did looking after injured and sick birds. He was described as a 'legend' by many of the townsfolk. A previous application last year was rejected. This latest application was also rejected in October See Events page for photos. The prospectus, which was promoting courses for students wishing to enter the armed forces, was later withdrawn.

Residents of the area were fighting to keep it open. He was the man who created the Williamson Tunnel which ran under the city. The site was opened to visitors on the weekend of 14 Sep See more on the Warrington Borough Council Website.

Terry Waite, Patron of the choir, gave a short address. The object of the Home League was to combat the growing tendency to neglect the fostering of true home-life and to encourage thrift and hygiene. See more at the Salvation Army website. The group, for people aged 50 or over, meets at Warrington Baptist Church in Sankey Street on the third Monday of each month from 1pm onwards, and currently has over members.

See a photo of the former main brewery in Peter's Gallery. Of 3, letters, only 60 showed support. Learn more about the game at www. Residents were evacuated and the army bomb disposal unit were called in. There was no trace of bomb materials found and the residents were later allowed to go home.

It features a march past and a service at the Parish Church. A civic reception followed at the Parr Hall. See photos of the Meadows in Warrington Green. The All Golds won The scheme would create extra spaces to the north and south of the town. The site had previously been earmarked for 1, homes. The council has now been given permission to apply to the Court of Appeal.

Part of the work included a reduction in the size of the roundabout to aid buses travelling around it. It was part of a national initiative which could see over 2, small post offices closing.

The closure of all six was confirmed in January Former Blue group member Simon Webbe performed at the event. Read more in Warrington Wolves. Campaigners are hoping to reinstate the traditional border of Lancashire. Warrington is now a Unitary Authority, so not connected to Lancashire or Cheshire for administration purposes, but the original county border of Lancashire never actually moved, so all in all, Warrington is STILL in Lancashire. Read more at www.

The land has been used as allotments for over 30 years. His body was found in a swamp and looked as though it had been burned. He was pastor at the Runcorn Independent Baptist church for 12 years. He had caused controversy by saying the Indian Ocean Tsunami of was God's punishment on humanity. He was divorced and had two adult children. On the show she confessed to taking cocaine drugs over 3 years ago, and admits she cannot say she won't in the future, but hopes she doesn't.

The book is on sale at local bookshops. It reduced the price of drinks for a two-week period. Residents in Sankey Bridges have long complained about it. A previous application in January was refused.

Read more on Mike in Warrington Wolves page. Two other teenagers were cleared of the crime. Back to first mention of story. The award was for the indoor market category. It is named after Steven Broomhead, former principal of the campus, and now chief executive of the Northwest Regional Development Agency.

For photos from the top of it, see On Top of the Word. She was the first English woman to swim the Channel. Read her profile in Sporting People. The work was meant to start last September. In the same month it was announced that more carriages will be introduced on the West Coast Main Line and that lifts will be installed at Warrington Central station. It lasted for around 10 seconds at 1 a. Closure would mean drivers travelling to St Helens.

The campaign was to no avail as the centre closed on 26 September They were founded in and have been based in Museum Street ever since. See my photos of it in My Warrington. The centre provides care and support to adults with physical difficulties. It was built on the site of the former Odeon cinema. The old school will be taken over by community groups. The property at London Road was known as Hillcrest.

It celebrates the day in when Guru Gobind Singh, the 10 th Guru of the Sikhs, turned them into Khalsa Sikhs The Saint Soldiers to stands up against the brutal oppression practised by the Mughal rulers of the Indian subcontinent, and to uphold the Sikh religious values of equality, freedom of thought and worship for all faiths and peaceful co-existence for all communities. He was a borough councillor for 21 years and also served on Grappenhall and Thelwall Parish Council. It chose Warrington as the location of its first UK store.

It coincided with the 10 th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement and the 15 th anniversary of the Warrington Bomb.

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