When the Government announced nationwide lock-down measures on 23rd March 2020, we had the idea to create a radio streaming service to keep our fellow neighbours entertained, supported and informed through the uncertain times and lockdown that lay ahead.

We originally planned to run the service for three months – but the response from our listeners was overwhelming, leading us to develop a full-scale community radio station for Lymm and South Warrington.







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Lymm Radio Traffic & Travel is sponsored by MLP Law and we provide on-air updates every 30 minutes (20 past and 10 to the hour) on our breakfast and drivetime shows, Monday to Friday.



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WARRINGTON AREA DROP-IN VACCINATIONS The next drop-in vaccinations is being held at ORFORD JUBILEE HUB on Friday 30th July (4pm -8pm).  The Imman Pharmacy at BEWSEY are also offering vaccinations on Saturday 31st July (10.30am - 4.30pm).

LYMM LIBRARY New opening hours from Monday 2nd August:  Tueday 10am - 1pm, Thursday 10am - 1pm and 2pm to 6pm, Saturday 10am - 1pm.

WARBURTON BRIDGE CONSULTATION The Manchester Ship Canal Company are begining a consultation ahead of proposed repair and improvement works - and an increase in the toll fee from 12p to £1.  Have your say.  The consultation closes on Friday 20th August.  Find out more here.  Cllr Graham Gowland has prepared a really helpful template to help you with your submission.  Take a look at his facebook post.

LYMM MAY QUEEN 2021 is taking place on Saturday 25th September!  Traders interested in taking a stall should now email for details and to book.

THIS SATURDAY LYMM RUGBY CLUB present the Lymm Lions Family Fun Day!  Support the pride of Lymm on Saturday 31st July and see the Springboks VS The Lions, kick off at 5pm.  Fun for all the family incluidng games and activities, competitions, a South African Braai (BBQ) and much more!  Tickets are £15, 12 year olds and under FREE.  Get your tickets online at Lymm Rugby Club.

THE SANCTURY CAFE BUMPS AND BABES meet on Thursdays between 9.30 and 11.45am.  If you have a child under one, or a bump (!) and would like to meet up with others in a similar situation, please just turn up.  No need to book in advance!

NO LAUGHING MATTER is a night of comedy taking place at Rylands on Thursday 5th August, raising funds for Man Talk (Men's Mental Health Charity).  Featuring Mick Ferry from Michael Macintyre's road show, Jack Carrol from Britain's Got Talent, Steve Harris - North West Comedian of the Year and Stacey Jackson up and coming talent from Scotland.  Tickets are £20 and can be purchased here.

FABULOUS FREE CRAFT SESSIONS With Helenea Edwards are being held at Lymm Library every Friday during August!  Fun for all ages, no charge but donations to cover materials welcome.  Also - learn how to paint a bird of paradise in watercolours on Tuesday 3rd and Tuesday 10th August at 2pm.  Please call in to the library to book your place - or give them a ring on 754367.

THE BRIDGEWATER CLUB LYMM is open again.   Please can members renew membership as soon as possible.  New members welcome!  Membership is only £15 (age 18 - 64) and £7.50 (over 65).  Find out more at the Facebook Page.

LYMM YOUTH & COMMUNITY CENTRE welcomes you back for coffee and a chat every Thursday morning from 9am - 12 noon.  Bacon and sausage butties are available again!

MLP COFFEE MORNINGS  If you are preparing for a will for the first time, want to amend an existing will or have any questions about wills or probate, book a free no-obligation half hour consultation at one of their coffee mornings, held every other Tuesday.  To book your free session, send an email to or visit the facebook page.

THE BIG LYMM CLEAN UP has been launched!  This community initative is to encourage us all to love where we live - and to be mindful of litter in and around the village.  Get yourself a pair of gloves, a litter picker and some hand sanitiser and get involved!  The Big Lymm Clean up team will also be offering competitions, activities and incentives along the way!  Find out more by visiting The Big Lymm Clean Up Facebook Page.

Are you self-isolating, shielding - or just needing a little help?  If you are struggling in any way, LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND is here to help.  Whether you need a weekly food package or a hot meal delivery - or help with an errand, you can either nominate yourself - or someone else by registering on the LNOB website.  We all need a little help from time to time, so please don't be afraid to ask.


LYMM PARISH COUNCIL have a vacancy for an Environment Warden.  Part-time hours, working 15 hours a week to include Tuesday - plus Wednesday or Thursday.  Rate of pay is £9.50 per hour.  For details and to apply, click here.

THE STAR INN LYMM are looking for part-time, weekend bar staff.  Full training given.  Please contact James Barber on 07710 582883 or call in.

GREGGS LYMM SERVICES have vacancies for Team Members.  Full and part-time shifts available, up to £9 an hour plus benefits.  To apply click here.

HIGH LEGH GARDEN CENTRE have a vacancy for an Assistant Manager.  Full time, permanent position.  For details and to apply click here.

THE TERRACE CAFE have various positions available.  Please call in and speak to Jo for details.

THE STAR INN LYMM is looking for part time / full time cooks.  Send a cv to or call 07786 230131.

LYMM BUSINESS CENTRE have a vacancy for a Project Cooridinator (IT4ALL - Older People).  This is a 24 week contract, working 16 hours per week, £15 per hour.  For job details please email

WH SMITH LYMM SERVICES have a vacancy for a Team Member.  Part-time hours, up to £9 an hour.  For details and to apply click here.

EIGHTEEN THE CROSS have an opportunity for a Kitchen Porter (pot wash).  Would suit a school leaver.  For details, please call into the restaurant and speak to Gary.

McDONALDS LYMM SERVICES have a vacancy for a Customer Services Assistant.  Full-time or part-time available.  For details and to apply click here.  There is also a vacancy for a full-time Crewe Member.  For details and to apply click here.

HEADWAY CHARITY SHOP LYMM have a vacancy for a Trainee Retail Assistant to join the team under the Government's Kick Start Scheme.  To be eligible, you must be aged between 16 and 24 and currently claiming Universal Credit.  For details, please call into the shop.  In addition, the shop is looking for volunteers.  Call in for details.

BRIGHT FUTURES LYMM have a vacancy for a School Office Administrator.  This is a permanent / full-time position offering a competitive salary.  To apply click here.

LYMM HIGH SCHOOL have a vacancy for an Attendance Officer.  For details and to apply click here.



As an introduction to Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, Juliet talks about Oxytocin - a "happy hormone" that is known to have a positive effect on mood and emotions.

Oxytocin has the power to regulate our emotional responses and pro-social behaviors, including trust, empathy, gazing, positive memories, processing of bonding cues, and positive communication.

Release Oxytocin naturally by connecting with nature - and you will feel better!  Listen to Juliet's presentation on Oxytocin right here. 

Juliet has also provided a FREE meditation session that can help with your mental health and wellbeing.  Download it below and enjoy in your own time.


Juliet has very kindly put together a wondeful 10 minute meditation session which will help you to relax and connect with nature.  Set some time just for yourself and find a quiet place where you won't be disturbed.  Turn off your mobile.  Sit or lie back and enjoy your meditation session.  Remember, practice makes perfect!





If you are struggling with your mental health, need advice or would just like a chat - there are several services available in the Lymm/Warrington area.  Here's a few helpful links:

Lymm Sanctuary Hub Counselling Service:  07748 309334  or email:

Cheshire Wellness & Mental Fitness (Facebook Page)

Warrington Wolves Foundation

Mental Health Foundation

Warrington Mental Health Helpline:  0800 051 1508

Talking Matters Warrington

My Life Warrington

Happy or Sad Warrington

The Samaritans Warrington Branch

Movement WA  (Facebook Page)

Papyrus  (Prevention of young suicide)

Think Family Matters

Get Warrington Talking  (Facebook Page)

Speak Up Warrington

You can also call the Samaritans 24/7 on 0330 094 5717  (call charges apply) or for FREE on 116 123 from any phone

(just click the number to dial)


The importance of CPR was highlighted globally at the weekend, when Danish footballer Christian Eriksen collapsed during his country’s opening Euro 2020 match in Copenhagen.

The distressing event has highlighted that we could all benefit from some basic first-aid training, especially in CPR.

Dr Rosie was talking with Phil on the morning show about CPR and what you should do in an emergency.  You can listen again right here.

The event has also highlighted that Lymm could benefit from an additional defibrillator in the village centre.  Currently, the only defibrillator in the centre is at The Spread Eagle - however, this is cannot be accessed 24 hours a day.  There are other defibrillators in the wider area - including in Statham and Oughtrington - but Lymm Radio will shortly be launching a fundraising appeal for a centrally located defibrillator in the village, which can be accessed 24 hours a day.  Listen out for more details!

If you would like to find out more, check out the NHS Website.


The Lymm Radio Health Update is sponsored by Click Chemist Warrington.  Please click on the banner below to find out more about getting your repeat presecriptions delivered for free - or click the play button below to listen again to our on-air special feature about Click Chemist

Dr Rosie's Update - Tuesday 20th July 2021

Most restrictions in England have now been lifted, but Dr Rosie recommends that it is good practice to contine wearing a face covering in shops and crowded places - and don't forget hands, face and space.

  • Keep rooms well ventilated, especially if you have visitors
  • Younger people are now being encouraged to get first vaccinations