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If you think something should be included here, let me know. This was St Wilfrids and it was built of sandstone which came from a local quarry.
The earliest gravestone to be read is of the Drinkwater family of Thelwall dated 1624.
The 75 feet high tree is called Plane Ace and was transported from Belgium to Warrington at a cost of 60,000.
It is in the Guinness Book of Records for the tallest tree transported and replanted.
Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) performed at the Red Lion pub on Bridge Street. Other stars to appear in the town during those days include Billy Connolly with Gerry Rafferty (Baker Street) as The Humblebums, West End star Barbara Dixon, Mike Harding (now-presenter on BBC Radio Manchester) and Warrington band The Minor Bird Folk Song Group.
Friends Alan Barker from Fearnhead and Sean Kelly from Woolston were among 80 people who lost their lives when a 2 million fire destroyed the Summerland indoor entertainment and leisure centre in Douglas on the Isle of Man.
Town Hall (Golden) Gates donated to the town by Frederick W. We came by them after they were rejected by Queen Victoria because a statue of Oliver Cromwell stood in front of them. The group grew out of the Warrington Harriers, which was established in 1884.
The exact date cannot be confirmed, but it is generally accepted that the year was between 1832-5.Warrington Corporation Transport ceased to exist due to de-regulation of the buses.It became known as Warrington Borough Transport, an at-arms-length management company of the council.The current stone bridge at Bridge Foot was erected.On a visit to the town by King George V and Queen Mary, the king officially opened the first section of the bridge.
(The Official Lancashire County Cricket Club website says they played their first County match at Old Trafford in 1865.)Warrington Harriers athletics club was founded and joined the Northern Counties Cross Country Amateur Championship Association.