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Pre-schools and playgroups

Playgroups and pre-schools offer mainly sessional care, usually 2-3 hours a day, either mornings or afternoons, for children aged 2-and-a-half to 5 years old. In some cases, they may have morning and afternoon sessions on the same day. Most playgroups and pre-schools offer places for…

Relationships for care leavers

We will support you to develop and maintain positive relationships with your family and friends.  Your Pathway Plan will detail any specific individual support you will receive.  At aged 16, we will consider holding a meeting called a ‘Family Group Conference’ to involve significant adults…

Respite and short breaks

If you have care and support needs or you are a carer, there will be situations where you need short periods of time-limited support. For carers, short breaks (often called respite) are vital to your own wellbeing and quality of life. The person you care…

Sight and hearing loss

There are a number of local, specialist services available in Warrington for people who are blind, visually impaired, deaf or who have a hearing loss, including Warrington Visual Impairment Centre the Warrington Disability Partnership and Warrington Deaf Club. If you or someone you know needs some support take a…

Support for carers

A carer is someone who looks after another person, usually a family member or close friend affected by illness or disability. This page contains general information and information about services which can support you in your role as a carer.

Support for families - 'Early Help'

The purpose of Early Help is to prevent any issues from getting worse by offering support at the right time. Any professional working with your family, such as those based in schools, health services, and in voluntary sector organisations, can offer Early Help services as soon…

Support for the armed forces community

Warrington Borough Council is committed to supporting serving armed forces personnel and veterans in Warrington.  The Armed Forces Covenant The Armed Forces Covenant aims to help you, as a member of the armed forces community, have the same access to government and commercial services and products as everyone else. This includes education, having a home, starting…

Things to do

Whether you are here for an hour, a day or longer Warrington has something for everyone!

Want to work in childcare?

There’s never been a better time to work in childcare. It’s a fast growing sector and there's an increasing demand for staff at all levels. There are many different roles in the childcare sector with opportunities for everyone to start a career, whether you want to work…

Warrington's Local Offer for care leavers

In Warrington, we're fully committed to providing you with the support you need to make the transition to adult life. Here you can find information about the support you can expect from the council and our partner agencies at every stage of your journey. There…