Richmond upon Thames College
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The facilities provided by Warrington Collegiate include dance studios, fitness lab, gym, sports hall, squash courts, swimming pools, steam room and sauna. Buckley’s Licensed Restaurant is based at Warrington Collegiate in Cheshire and it is open for public.
Hairdressing and beauty therapy salons, nail bars and spray tanning rooms also can be found in the college. Performing Arts students showcase their talent producing regular performances in the 162 seated theatre based at the Winwick Road campus.
Part time job information can be found at the Job Shop for the students. The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) stocks a wide range of learning materials and computer with Internet access for students who seek for learning materials.
Warrington Collegiate’s main campus is situated on the A49 and is easily accessible by car and public transport.
Warrington is convenient to get to from almost anywhere in the UK. The town has two major rail routes: the West Coast Mainline and the Trans-Pennine route between Liverpool and Manchester (and links to their international airports). Warrington is also situated on the major motorway networks of the M6, M56 and M62.
Warrington is an industrial town in the north west of England situated on the River Mersey mid-way between Liverpool and Manchester and has a population of around 200,000. However, the nearest city to Warrington is Thelwall, which was granted city status by Saxon ruler King Edward the Elder in 923.
Historically the town is in the county of Lancashire, but administrative changes by the government in 1974 meant that Warrington came under Cheshire County Council. The town became a Unitary Authority on 1 April, 1998.
Warrington is twinned with four cities: Hilden, Germany; Lake County, Illinois, USA; Nachod, Czech Republic and Mwanza, Tanzania.