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Funding for Warrington Peace Centre Secured

Our local MP Andy Carter has confirmed that funding for the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation has been secured as part of plans to improve services which support victims of terrorism in the UK. The Peace Foundation’s...

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AN EXCITING MONTH AHEAD

Challenging times, but business is looking bright… Since lockdown restrictions were eased, we’ve been doing well – and as the weeks progress, we are getting busier.  Now, more than ever it is really important...

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HELLO FROM STEVEN PARSLEY

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WE ARE OPEN AGAIN

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  • Welsh minister hits out at less generous job support as lockdown considered 19/10/2020
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