The town of Warrington rests on the River Mersey and is sandwiched in between the North West’s two biggest cities; Manchester and Liverpool. Though historically part of Lancashire, the town is classed as being in the county of Cheshire but is not part of Cheshire County Council as it is independent unitary authority. The town has two main train stations; Bank Quay is on the West Coast Main Line between Glasgow and London Euston and also the Manchester Piccadilly to North Wales via Chester Line. The other main train station is Central. There are three motorways surrounding the town; the M62, M6 and M58 and is also midway between Manchester and Liverpool airports.
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Warrington was designated as a New Town in 1968 which saw a rapid increase in its population. The growth of the new town led to a substantial boost of employment in light industry, distribution and technology. The Omega Development site, which is close to the M62 on the northern edge of the town, is a major business park which is to be developed over the next 25-30 years. It is hoped that around 24,000 jobs will be created over the lifetime of the scheme, which will make it one of Europe’s largest business parks.
Warrington Borough Council is one of the largest employers in the area, employing a surprising 8500 people. Working in public administration is an ideal career for school leavers, those wanting a change from working in the private sector or for graduates. Local government roles can mean offering support and help to the public, assisting with social care, managing leisure facilities, helping look after the environment and a range of other worthwhile roles. Graduates should watch out for the National Graduate Development Programme - a graduate scheme for local government throughout England and Wales.