Well Warrington Network
We are a new, not for profit, Community Interest Company, which aims to deliver very low cost complementary therapies to disadvantaged groups or in disadvantaged areas of Warrington, a large town in the UK's north-west, located equidistant between the larger cities of Manchester and Liverpool. And common to all our therapies and healing approaches is that they help reduce stress and some even heal the source of illness, success and relationship issues.
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People we can help include those with disabilities and their carers., and residents who may have wanted to give up. There is always hope!
We have contacts with Warrington Borough Council and the Third Sector Network Hub. Our first  activities involved Orford, and The Orford Neighbourhood Project.
Historically a part of Lancashire, Warrington was founded by the Romans at an important crossing place on the River Mersey. A new settlement was established by the Saxons and by the Middle Ages, Warrington had emerged as a market town at a bridging point of the river. A local tradition of textile and tool production dates from this time.
The expansion and urbanisation of Warrington largely coincided with the Industrial Revolution, particularly after the Mersey was made navigable in the 18th century. The West Coast Mainline runs north to south through the town, and the Liverpool to Manchester railway (the Cheshire Lines route) west to east. The Manchester Ship Canal cuts through the south of the borough (west to east). The M6, M56 and M62 motorways form a partial box around the town.
The local [and world famous] rugby league team was originally named after the dominant industry in the town [The Wire], a nick name now given the football team, as the rugby club is known as Warrington Wolves.
Residents of the town are proud and resilient, and owing to the excellent transport links, Warrington has benefited from high levels of employment, as well a diverse and skilled population.
Like all large towns, Warrington has its share of economically deprived areas; one consequence in these areas has been the reduction in wellness levels. Not only do we know residents will benefit from complementary and alternative therapies, but will also be helped by learning the therapies and techniques themselves.
This will help raise wellness levels. That is our aim.
Contact us on 0780 6565545.