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Admiral Casino: St Helens
Admiral Casino: St Helens

Find Casinos in St Helens, Merseyside on Yell. Read reviews and see photos of the pubs, clubs and nightlife venues near you, get directions and opening hours and submit your own review.

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Bank Park
Bank Park

Bowling - Casual and seasonal enquires welcome - Apply now. Report a problem. games@warrington.gov.uk; 01925 442719

Big Wood
Big Wood

The Warrington and Runcorn Development Corporation also undertook some planting at this time. The wood was given to the Woodland Trust in 1995. Since then the Trust has worked to return Big Wood to its former glory by restoring ponds and ditches, coppicing to allow light to reach the woodland floor, and removing invasive rhododendrons.

Birchwood Forest Park
Birchwood Forest Park

The Rangers organise regular workdays in the park. If you want to get involved in some practical work, learn new skills and meet people, contact the Rangers on 01925 824239 they'd be delighted to hear from you!

Brickfields Park
Brickfields Park

By car Brickfields parks is a small local park accessible from Houghton Street and Grounds Street, off Orford Lane, Orford. Opening Times

Bruche Park
Bruche Park

Park developments Funding has been made available for the improvement of the children's play area at Bruche park. We consulted on the proposed works for next summer in September 2015. Work will now commence in the springtime 2016.

Clock Face Country Park
Clock Face Country Park

Clock Face Angling Club: Club Secretary John Hall; Day tickets for the Country Park fishing pond (a.k.a. Clock Face Pit) are available from Clock Face Newsagents, 415 Clock Face Road (opp. Clock Face pub), Clock Face, St.Helens, WA9 4QL.

Clue HQ - Warrington
Clue HQ - Warrington

Clue HQ is located in Warrington. More specifically, we’re located at number 10, Crown Street, Warrington, WA1 2AE. Some Sat Nav brands direct you to Midland Way/A57 (which is directly above us) – follow signs for Warrington Central station.

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Colliers Moss Common
Colliers Moss Common

The Mersey Forest Team, on behalf of the Community Forest Trust will begin a programme of scrub clearance, reed cutting and water level management work at Colliers Moss Common Local Nature Reserve this summer, after receiving the money from grant-giving body WREN's FCC Biodiversity Action Fund.

Cycle Museum
Cycle Museum

Museum displays cycles from all over the world complimented with anecdotes of social history.

Dakota Park
Dakota Park

Dakota Park a Great Amenity This park is the heart of Chapelford with open green space split into a general are and another for football pitches and a cricket green. At the bottom of the park is an enclosed area for many types of ball games.

Dream
Dream

Our respected Dreams brand mattress range is further enhanced by products from other major brands such as Tempur, Therapur, Sealy, Silentnight and Flaxby. The team Our staff are welcoming, friendly and they have great product knowledge.

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Friends of Burtonwood Nature Park
Friends of Burtonwood Nature Park

Since we launched this page a few weeks ago, we have had a few people ask where the park is, a few people have made it to the car park but thought that the path into the park was private property. So we decided to make a map.

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Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden
Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden

Graham came to Grappenhall after a time as a Horticultural Lecturer and has wide practical experience including time at Ness Gardens and the Henry Doubleday Research Association. His function is to maintain the garden and also to ensure that visitors are welcomed and groups are guided.

Gulliver's World
Gulliver's World

Gulliver's World is the perfect theme park for children. We’re a family run theme park, specially designed for families with children aged between 2 and 13 years of age. Our age-appropriate rides and attractions undoubtedly make Gulliver's one of the best days out for toddlers and older children in the North West.

Holy Trinity Church, Warrington
Holy Trinity Church, Warrington

Information about Holy Trinity Church, Warrington, Warrington. Bold Street Methodist Mission, Warrington Bold Street Methodist Mission, Palmyra Square

Lymm Cross
Lymm Cross

Joe Griffiths, of Lymm History Society, said: "There has been a settlement in the village for hundreds of years and it is mentioned in some of the earliest documents but they do not include The Cross.

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Lymm Heritage Centre (Legh St)
Lymm Heritage Centre (Legh St)

Lymm Heritage Centre, Lymm. 2,096 likes · 151 talking about this. The new Centre opens on June 22nd at 1 Legh St Lymm with support from the Heritage...

Manchester Ship Canal
Manchester Ship Canal

Jeff Bragado Sangco added a new photo — at Manchester Ship Canal. · May 20 at 4:06am · Warrington, United Kingdom · Jeff Bragado Sangco added a new photo — at Manchester Ship Canal.

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Moore Nature Reserve
Moore Nature Reserve

Moore Nature Reserve is situated between the Manchester Ship Canal and the River Mersey. The 200-acre site has been managed as a nature reserve since 1991, after being used as farmland and for sand quarrying.

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North West Museum of Road Transport
North West Museum of Road Transport

MAP LINK TO MUSEUM Information Officer paul@nwmort.co.uk : The North West Museum of Road Transport is open to the public every Saturday and Sunday from February to December and bank holiday mondays. Admission fees are £4.25 for adults, £3.25 for Concessions, £2.50 accompanied children and £12.50 for a family ticket. For Groups, Coach parties, private parties and educational visits please contact us.

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Norton Priory
Norton Priory

Norton Priory is considered to be "a monastic site of international importance" and is "the most extensively excavated monastic site in Britain, if not Western Europe". It is open to the public and run by a charitable trust, the Norton Priory Museum Trust.

Paddington Meadows
Paddington Meadows

Coordinates Paddington Meadows is a Local Nature Reserve in Warrington, Cheshire. The land was donated to Warrington Borough council in 1995. It was designated in November 2005.

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Parkfields Park
Parkfields Park

Friends groups https://www.facebook.com/FriendsOfParkfieldsPark Facilities Children's play area Opening Times 24 hours a day

Queens Gardens
Queens Gardens

QUEENS GARDENS events No future events currently found at QUEENS GARDENS in WARRINGTON (View past events). Check out the similar venues below or view events in Warrington.

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Quicksilver
Quicksilver

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RAF Burtonwood Association
RAF Burtonwood Association

The aim of the Burtonwood Association is to uphold the memory of the men, women and activities that occurred at RAF Burtonwood, Warrington, England since 1939 to the present day and to record all those achievements and preserve them for further generations.

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Ridgeway-Grundy Memorial Park
Ridgeway-Grundy Memorial Park

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Risley Moss
Risley Moss

Welcome to Risley Moss one and all. Did you know our rangers regularly work with primary schools, colleges, universities and uniform groups (such as brownies and clubs)?

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Risley Moss Country Park
Risley Moss Country Park

Welcome to Risley Moss one and all. Did you know our rangers regularly work with primary schools, colleges, universities and uniform groups (such as brownies and clubs)?

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River of Life
River of Life

AIM. The River of Life project was developed in the aftermath of the 1993 IRA bomb in Warrington, which killed two boys - Tim Parry and Jonathan Ball - and injured dozens of people in Warrington City Centre.

Rixton Clay Pits
Rixton Clay Pits

Rixton Clay Pits (also known as Rixton Claypits) is a former clay extraction site in Rixton, near Hollins Green, Warrington, England. Formerly farmland, boulder clay extraction started in the 1920s for brick making in the adjacent brickworks, and ceased in 1965 - since when it has been allowed to return to nature.

Sankey Canal
Sankey Canal

The Sankey Canal in North West England connects St Helens to the River Mersey at Spike Island. When opened in 1757, it followed the valley of the Sankey Brook from where the brook joined the River Mersey past Warrington to Parr at the north east of what became St Helens town centre.

Spooky World UK
Spooky World UK

Spooky World UK 2018 - Warrington, Cheshire The Spooky World UK website is due to re-open in Jun 2018 ready for the 2018 season. To hear news and special offers sign up to our email list here.

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St Elphin's Church, Warrington
St Elphin's Church, Warrington

St Elphin's Church is the parish church of the town of Warrington, Cheshire, England. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building.

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Stanley Bank Wood
Stanley Bank Wood

The Stanley Bank road and greening project has received funding from a range of sources including the Heritage Lottery Fund, an EU Objective One Mersey Forest grant, and the Department for Transport. Photo of Blackbrook Bypass courtesy of St.Helens Council.

The Museum of Policing in Cheshire
The Museum of Policing in Cheshire

The Museum of Policing in Cheshire. Cheshire Policing Museum contains photographs and documents relating to policing in Cheshire. Visit this Cheshire Museum

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Victoria Park, Warrington
Victoria Park, Warrington

Book now for football, rugby, athletics, floodlights and activity room

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Walton Gardens and Hall Zoo
Walton Gardens and Hall Zoo

Walton Hall and Gardens: Walton Hall Gardens & Zoo - See 975 traveller reviews, 188 candid photos, and great deals for Warrington, UK, at TripAdvisor.

Walton Hall, Cheshire
Walton Hall, Cheshire

Walton Hall is a country house in Walton, Warrington, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building. The hall and its surrounding garden and grounds are owned and administered by Warrington Borough Council.

Warrington Academy
Warrington Academy

Information about Warrington Academy, Warrington. Beauty Kingdom/ Helens Handbags Cockhedge Shopping Park Warrington, also Market Hall Warrington

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery
Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery is joining forces with National Museums Liverpool by loaning three fantastic works, including Enrico Coleman’s Oxen Drawing a Black Stone to the Studio of John Warrington Wood, and Sir Luke Fildes’ A Portrait of Fanny Fildes and The Widower.

Westy Park
Westy Park

By car Westy Park is situated within a residential area with no designated car park facility, access is via a path leading from the community centre to the children's play area.

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Woolston Park
Woolston Park

Football - casual and seasonal enquiries welcome. Report a problem. games@warrington.gov.uk; 01925 442719

World of Glass
World of Glass

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery is situated in Warrington's Cultural Quarter on the first floor of a building it currently shares with Warrington Central Library. The town is also home to the Museum of Policing in Cheshire, located in part of the working police station and the Warrington Museum of Freemasonry.

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