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Thanks to everybody who has sent in feedback. The site is bringing back some good memories for many people. Keep it coming! Here are some examples:

Excellent and informative, great pictures - has proved an invaluable resource in helping with school homework. Well done to you. Keep it up!

Great site. Untold dedication.

Keep going with the website, as it is a real diamond.

...found more info here than anywhere else while trying to Google information.

You and your website – I have been up till 3 O'clock this morning because it is so good and I thought, "just one more bit before bedtime...."

Great website and I've looked at it many times over the years. Keep up the good work as it's all absolutely fascinating. Thank you for all your hard work and for providing us all with a detailed look into Warrington's past for free.

I think we should congratulate Gordon on putting in a lot of hard work to make a web site that benefits the people of this town.

This has a great deal of excellent information and photographs. We should congratulate Gordon on his achievements.

I have again just been looking at a great site and many many great memories.

What a website!

I lived in Warrington from 1995 to 2003 and I miss a lot about it. Looking at the lovely photos on this site brings back some good memories.

Just to let you know, I think your web site is very interesting and you have obviously put a lot of work into it.

It is an enjoyable, interesting and very informative site. Reading Tour 1, I could imagine all the places mentioned.

I too love the site, Gordon....

Thanks for the memories reminded me of times I had forgotten, being able to walk for miles around town with no traffic worries.

Enjoyed looking at photos of my old home town left 11 years ago though I go back often.

A most enjoyable and entertaining site....

Fond memories of final closure [Carrington Wire, My Warrington page], Worked there 20yrs. Good people won't ever forget. Liked your feature.

Just discovered your site. I think it is marvellous. I have read all of it twice!

I have enjoyed looking at it, especially the buses. This site just gets better and better each time I view it.

I may be settled here now in Manchester but will be "returning often" to Warrington via this site.

I take my hat off to you...you have created such a great web site.

Thank you so much for the pleasure of looking at your site...it is without doubt a first class effort to bring back "All Our Yesterdays".

This site is so good it should be connected to the town's Information Centre site.

I came across your site by accident, and I am now full of admiration for the way you have set it up. Keep up the great work, I cannot praise you enough for the memories that were stirred up.

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Warrington - A Town of Many Industries

mywarrington - created by Gordon I Gandy
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Local Radio - Local Issues - Local Presenters - Proud to be at the Heart of your Community.
Click the station banner, above, select 'Listen Live' and choose your media player.
Or install the TuneIn app on your smartphone or tablet and search for Radio Warrington
The mywarrington Radio Show every Friday lunchtime between 12 and 3 on Radio Warrington.

Home History Timeline Memory Lane Tour 1 Tour 2 Radio Warrington At The Flicks Mr Smith's Shop! Nineteen Nineties 19 Museum Street Legh Street Baths My Warrington RAF Burtonwood On The Waterfront 1 On The Waterfront 2 Warrington Green 1 Warrington Green 2 Sankey Valley On The Buses Peter's Gallery Walk Through Time Making Tracks 1 Making Tracks 2 Making Tracks 3 Warrington People Entertaining People Sporting People Warrington Wolves Warrington Market Classic Motor Shows Events On Top of the World The Bewsian Hamilton Street Golden Square Community Feedback