Accident Solicitors No Win No Fee Warrington

Warrington is an industrial town in  Cheshire with a crossing of the lower reaches of the Mersey known as bridgefoot in the town centre. It is equidistant between the cities of Manchester and Liverpool but sporting wise is best known for Rugby League and the club now called the Wolves was in the past associated with the local industrial speciality as the Wire, being the home of greats such Brian Bevan(who has an impressive statue in his honour at bridgefoot).The club has won many of the games honours, except the World Club title. The population in 2011 was 202,228.

Warrington is said to have been founded by the Romans. It flourished in later centuries as a Market Town with a local tradition of textile and tool production. An imposing statue of Cromwell in the Town centre tells of allegiance in the Civil War, as the Lord Protector did indeed pass through the town.

Entering the town a visitor will be impressed by the Golden gates to the stately town hall, after which the local housing association is named. Nearby to the shopping centre you will see the massive edifice of the soap powder works of Lever Bros but sadly Greenalls Brewery that was the twin industrial giant in the Town is no more. You may be surprised to view Egyptian artefacts at the museum on Museum Street or enjoy concerts by famous artistes at the Parr Hall. George Formby was born in the Town despite his Wigan association.

On the outskirts of the town the seven ugly sisters (cooling towers) that form the cloud making machinery of Fiddlers Ferry Power station still dominates but coal power is being phased out and Warrington re-invents itself for the modern world. The huge US army base at Burtonwood has long since given way to IKEA and now numbers of enormous haulage warehouse operations have replaced the arms dumps of the Cold War.

People from Warrington known as themselves as Warringtonians.

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