Warrington News

News from the warrington and Cheshire areas

Cheshire Office

Covering Warrington and Cheshire

Contact details

80 Buttermarket Street
Warrington
Cheshire
WA1 2NN

Telephone: 01925 652 968

Manager: Nicola Ikin

Email: warrington-enquiries@prem-care.co.uk

Office hours:

Monday - Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm

Out of hours tel: 01925 652 968

Sensory Garden Success

A sensory garden has opened in Great Sankey with the help of volunteers and money from the Community Initiative Fund.

Warrington Borough Council's neighbourhood team gave a grant to Great Sankey Children's Centre Parents Forum totalling £640, helping them to develop a sensory garden.

Dance based classes for people over 50

Mature Movers offers dance based exercise for people that want to stay fit and healthy for another half century! The class is made up of low impact routines and include basic steps such as salsa & grapevine, there are no chair based exercises.

Why not give it a go, or go and watch to see if it’s for you!

Classes cost just £2.50 – try your first class FREE

Monday:       10:00am- 11:00am          Halliwell Jones Stadium

Wednesday: 10:00am – 11.00am         St Thomas Church Hall, Stockton Heath

Friday :         11:30am – 12.30pm         Meeting Lane Community Centre, Penketh

Dementia carers are being urged to head to the Millhouse pub in Cinnamon Brow on Tuesday afternoons. Everyone is welcome to the weekly event from 2 to 5pm which gives 'carers the opportunity to relax'.

Cinnamon Brow resident David Hayes, who has been supporting the initiative after his wife Catherine was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in February 2009, added: "We hope it will be a success and word will spread to other pubs in the area."

Millhouse Pub (Google map location)

“If you’re eligible for the free flu vaccine, get it now” is the latest message from health services in Warrington.

Public Health England have reported an increase in flu in the community and people are urged to get their vaccine now from their GP if they have not had it already.

Those who have long-term health conditions and those who are pregnant are at greater risk of developing complications as a result of flu and are entitled to a free jab. Children aged 2-4, all over 65’s, and main registered carers can also get the jab for free.

Flu is a highly infectious disease with symptoms that come on very suddenly. Healthy individuals usually recover in two to seven days but for some, the disease can lead to hospitalisation, permanent disability or even death.

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