UPDATE ON WASTE, CLEANSING AND OPEN SPACE SERVICES

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Halton Borough Council is updating residents with the latest information on how its waste, cleansing and open space services are operating, and how you can...

NUMBERS OF MOURNERS TO BE RESTRICTED AT CEMETERIES AND CREMATORIUM

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Following Government advice on social distancing to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Halton Borough Council will be restricting the numbers of mourners attending...

CORONAVIRUS: CURRENT ADVICE

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Information for the public on the outbreak of coronavirus and the latest position in the UK can be found here. This information will be updated as necessary...

Stone Roses Spike Island Anniversary Gig suffers public safety concerns

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Almost 15,000 people are set to extend the tribute to the iconic Widnes gig that saw 30,000 people converge on the former waste dump. This...

FLOOD DEFENCES DEPLOYED AHEAD OF STORM DENNIS

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Bewdley, Worcestershire are the first to deploy flood defences in preparation for Storm Dennis. Sea levels continue to rise and weather...

MEN IN HALTON CAN COMPLETE THIS SURVEY TO WIN £100

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Men in Halton are being asked to take an on-line survey about credit unions with the chance of winning a £100 prize.

CAMPAIGN TO ENCOURAGE RESPECT FOR OLDER PEOPLE

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A campaign to challenge cultural attitudes towards ageing and older people has been  launched in Halton with a month-long exhibition at Widnes Library.

FREE REPLACEMENT BOILERS FOR ELIGIBLE RESIDENTS

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Halton Borough Council has partnered with the ‘Be Warm’ scheme to offer fuel-poor homeowners in Halton a fully-funded replacement for a broken boiler.

CHRISTMAS JOY FOR WIDNES PEOPLE IN NEED

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This year many Widnes families will have a happier Christmas thanks to the generosity and hard work of local volunteers and helpers, coordinated by Widnes...

SOCIAL SUPERMARKET OPENS IN HALTON

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The store, which is located in Priory House, next to Runcorn Shopping City, provides high-quality, low-cost food and household products to members who live locally...

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