Warrington is a town situated in the northwest of England. It lies on the River Mersey in the Unitary Authority Borough of Warrington. It has an approximate population of 194,000.
Warrington remained a small settlement until 1495, when it expanded following the building of stone bridges over the river. During the English civil war, Warrington was strategically important. In 1642 the monarchists claimed the town, however, the next year it was conquered by the parliamentarians after a siege.
The most important sports club in Warrington is the Warrington Wolves rugby team. The song ‘Zombie’, written by the Irish rock group ‘The Cranberries’, was written in memory of the two children killed in Warrington by an IRA bomb attack on 20th March, 1993.
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