PUPILS from Lymm High School played host to a European champion earlier this month.
Judo star Sophie Cox visited the school as part of its Sky Sports Living for Sport project.
Jenny Ball, school games organiser and PE Teacher at Lymm High School, said: “Sophie’s visit was an inspiring reward for our pupils who have shown great commitment and...
May the best house win! Teams go head to head to give homes new lick of paintTWO empty homes in Lymm were given a makeover this week by two firms.
Golden Gates Housing Trust (GGHT) teamed up with infrastructure and public services company Amey to decorate two bungalows for elderly residents.
Neighbours were on hand throughout the day to keep an eye on progress and choose the winning team.
The event was organised as part of Amey’s ‘community day’ scheme, which gives all employees one day off every...
A FUNDRAISING concert for the Warrington Foodbank takes place at St Wilfrid’s Church in Grappenhall next month.
Taking place on June 6, you are asked to bring groceries with them to help the cause.
Tickets are available priced £5 by callling 07976 106434 or via the Facebook event page for Warrington Foodbank Concert. Entrance includes a glass of wine or soft drink in the interval.
From left at St Wilfrid’s John Farrell, Mark Davidson, Mark Wolfenden, Chris Johnson and Peter Howarth
STAFF from Natwest helped do up a classroom at a Grappenhall primary school.
The five volunteers from the bank’s real estate finance team also painted fencing and installed planters in the playground at St Wifrid’s Primary School in Grappenhall.
Mark Davidson, relationship director at NatWest,...
PLANS for a new food store on the former Rushgreen Service Station site in Lymm will be revealed to the public tomorrow, Friday.
Developers The Brookhouse Group say it will create 35 jobs and have space for 57 cars.
A public exhibition will take place from 1pm to 8pm in the main hall at the Lymm Youth and Community Centre in Bridgewater Street.
If planning approval is granted, an occupier would then be confirmed and the store expected to open in 2015.
A SUMMER playscheme at Quays Community Centre in Thelwall will run for only one week this year.
The scheme has been open for three weeks previously but due to poor advertising from the borough council, has been reduced to one week by Grappenhall and Thelwall Parish Council.
VISIT five pubs in Lymm for the second annual walk in aid of motor neurone disease.
Organisers are running the charity event for the second year in June.
The circular walk can start at any of The Wheatsheaf, Jolly Thresher, Spread Eagle, Green Dragon and The Crown.