Warrington South MP, Faisal Rashid, recently met members of the Livewire Board at his constituency office on Wilson Patten Street. Faisal had called for the meeting to find out more about Livewire’s work in Warrington South and for the latest update on the Great Sankey Neighbourhood Hub.
“It was good to meet the Livewire team. I was pleased to hear that the Great Sankey Neighbourhood Hub is now on track and is set to open early next year. I will be keeping a close eye on the Hub’s progress to ensure the new facility is fit for purpose and I look forward to visiting the new facility as soon as it opens.
“During the meeting I made it clear that I want to see the libraries in our town protected and the services on offer enhanced. In Warrington we have a proud history which saw the opening of the nation’s first free public library in 1848. In 2017 our local libraries provide vital services to their local communities. I will continue to liaise with Livewire to ensure that these services are protected and their offers enhanced for communities across Warrington South.
“During our meeting the board members gave an overview of the services provided by Livewire, they discussed plans to deliver long-term growth and they talked about Livewire’s aspirations to provide fantastic facilities in every neighbourhood area of Warrington.
“The meeting was very productive and I look forward to working with Livewire in future to ensure that they live up to their mission to be the number one provider of affordable, innovative wellbeing, libraries, sport and leisure opportunities for all residents, visitors and people working in Warrington.”