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My Life Warrington

My Life Warrington is a website that offers information on a wide range of services. It will help you find local services, events, advice and support in Warrington.


Choosing high quality childcare affects every member of the family – adults as well as children.  Daily routines have to be planned around childcare, and your budget has to allow for paying any fees, transportation and other costs.  Above all you have to adjust to sharing the care of your child with other people who will have their own ideas about good behaviour and the best way to look after young children.

The Warrington Families Information Service provides information on all types of Ofsted registered childcare in Warrington. Playgroups, day nurseries, childminders, private nursery schools and privately-run out of school clubs for children under eight must be registered with Ofsted to confirm that they meet the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework. They are then inspected on an ongoing basis. 

You may want to look for childcare quite early on as some providers have waiting lists and you need plenty of time to find the best setting for you and your family. 

Things to do

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

Suggestions of activities for the Town Centre, Villages and Outdoor fun, Events, Activities for Young People and Children's Centres. 

Health and Well Being

People are living longer and it is therefore important that we look after our health so that we can remain active and healthy and take part in our community for as long as possible. Improving wellbeing is a worthy goal in its own right and can be instrumental to other outcomes – physical health, getting into work and productivity. Feelings of wellbeing are fundamental to the overall health of an individual, enabling them to successfully overcome difficulties and achieve what they want out of life. 

Housing and care homes

You can find information about housing advice and support, and different housing options here.

If you have care and support needs may be considering moving from your home, or making changes to your home, to help you remain independent. There are a variety of housing options which can be explored in the tabs below.

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.

Education and Work

There are a variety of courses on offer for adults across Warrington, from vocational courses, professional courses, Higher Education courses to short, leisure courses. You will find more details of training providers here on My Life Warrington, as well as services to support you returning to work.

Learning stimulates brain activity. When it comes down to it, the activity of your brain is enhanced when you’re learning something new. This provides some important health benefits in the long-term as well. It is also good for overall mental health. The issue of learning is directly tied your mood. The challenge of learning something valuable to your life can often affect the state of your mood and emotions for the better.

Self-esteem can also be boosted. Just as learning something can affect your emotions and sense of well-being, it can also be a great way to boost your self-esteem. There can also be an increase in creativity and imagination. It feels good when you’re bursting with creative energies and your imagination is more vivid. Learning can make you more energetic. As with your native creativity and imagination, there is often a physiological response to new and exciting things.

Learning makes life more interesting. You should probably understand by now that the more you spend time learning new thing the more enjoyment you could have out of life. There is nothing worse than finding yourself bored with life. Learning can make your life more successful. When you take time to learn new things, you may be paving the road for future successes in your personal and professional life.

Working, whether paid or unpaid, is good for our health and wellbeing. It contributes to our happiness, helps us to build confidence and self-esteem, and rewards us financially.

Getting around

Getting out and about is important to remain healthy, happy and active. Getting outdoors benefits people socially, by allowing them to visit friends and interact with members of the community, and practically, by allowing them to access local amenities and services. These activities also help people to become more integrated into their local community.

My Life Warrington has details of activities and places to go in Warrington, have a look around and see what appeals to you.

Help in your home and community

Staying independent is the best way to stay healthy whether you have care needs, a disability or need support into older age.

It is important that you can continue to lead an active and fulfilling lifestyle, while remaining safe and secure in your own home, whatever your care needs are. Having access to the right local services, support, equipment and technology when you need them can help you to achieve this.

Money and legal advice

If you're struggling to manage your money, or know your rights and entitlements there are many organisations offering free information and independent advice. Various local and national services can help you to claim the benefits you are entitled to, get consumer advice, manage debt and more.

Count me in

Count me in is a campaign aimed at making Warrington an even better place to live, work, visit and do business.

It’s about making a difference for ourselves and for the communities around us. It’s aimed at encouraging more of us to become active citizens and recognising the difference we can all make. In many respects, Count me in is about doing the right thing.

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