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Warrington : produits et services de base

Amusement Park
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Cinéma
“This is a 7 screen Cineworld It is in easy walking distance of Leigh bus station and has free car parking. It is opposite the Spinning Gate shopping centre.”
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Restaurant
“Beautiful French Restaurant - French owner/chef - excellent value and a really great place for a special treat!”
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Point of Interest
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Point of Interest
“Pennington Flashes (LNR) is part of an impressive country park. The lake and surrounding marshland are home to a diverse group of mammals, birds and insects, including 5 RSPB red listed birds and the protected water vole. Its importance for birds is recognised nationally, with over 230 species recorded on site, including the black-faced bunting, nightingale, cattle egret, whiskered tern and Leach’s petrel. ”
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Stadium
“Leigh sports village is home to Leigh Centurions Rugby League Club, Leigh Harriers, Leigh East Amateur Rugby League Club and Leigh Leisure Centre with 25m swimming pool and spectator seating for 180, sports hall consisting of 8 badminton courts, 2 basketball courts, 2 netball courts and retractable seating for 280, health & fitness centre and aerobics studio. Manchester United play their Premier League 2, Premier League International Cup and UEFA Youth League games at the stadium. With the likes of Raheem Sterling, Phil Jones and Marcus Rashford all cutting their teeth on the perfect LSV pitch, it’s the perfect place to see tomorrow’s stars today. Manchester United games are free.”
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Centre commercial
Museum
“Situated on the edge of Chat Moss, in an area once full of collieries, lies the village of Astley Green. In the heart of the village stands Astley Green Colliery Museum which, but for the foresight of Lancashire County Council and several leading figures within the community, would have suffered the same fate as the other collieries in the area, total demolition. The museum houses Lancashire’s only surviving headgear and engine house, both of which now have scheduled monument and listed building status. Free to visit. Open Tuesday – Thursday – Saturday -Sunday 1.30pm – 5.00pm”
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Natural Feature
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Post Office
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Bus Station
Parc
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