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MarketHello and welcome to the latest thewire magazine.

In this edition you’ll find out how to keep the kids busy over summer with our families information service and market summertime activities. 

We cover the latest news for the town, including the opening of a new Armed Forces Community Support Hub, why it’s important you have your say on the future of children’s centres and the thinking behind the latest health campaigns.

Following the local elections at the end of May, we have some new faces who have been elected onto the council so we’ll introduce them as well as telling you about a new way of registering to vote which everyone will have to sign up for in 2014.

In the spotlight feature there’s some information about our street services and why we have made some changes. Looking to the future it’s all about how we build pride and there is lots to be proud of in Warrington. Keep reading to hear about a fantastic couple who have been awarded for fostering and to find out about exciting developments for children and young people with special educational needs.  

There’s also some history for you as we take a walk down memory lane for Warrington Walking Day and The Bewsey War Shrine.

If you have an idea for a story for the next edition we’d love to hear from you – email thewire@warrington.gov.uk

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