DELEGATION from Warrington Borough Council met with the Lisburn
City Council Mayor, Councillor Ronnie Crawford, and Chairman of
Leisure Services Committee, Councillor Brian Heading when they
visited the city.
Among the places they visited were the newly
refurbished Bridge Community Centre, the Irish Linen Centre and
Lisburn Museum, Castle Gardens and the Island Arts Centre.
Warrington Borough Council is twinned with Hilden in Germany;
the group was thrilled to have the
opportunity to visit the former Linen Mills at Hilden and
Glenmore. Lisburn City Council Mayor, Councillor Ronnie Crawford
said:- "I am delighted to have had the opportunity to meet with
representatives from Warrington Borough Council.
"Lisburn City Council welcome visits from
other Council areas, as it gives us the opportunity to showcase
the major attractions that the City of Lisburn has to offer."
Councillor Brian Heading, Chairman of Lisburn City Council's Leisure
Services Committee said: "It is good for such visits to take
place. They give Councils the opportunity to share ideas on how
local government is run in different areas, and is very
"Both in the services provided and the areas
maintained. As a city, such visits are positive, and I hope will
attract further visits from other Council areas."
The Warrington delegation were due to attend
as guests at a fundraising dinner at Crewe United.