Warrington

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Warrington
Toun, Burgh an Unitar authority
Warrington Town Hall
Warrington shown athin Cheshire
Warrington shown athin Cheshire
Coordinates: 53°23′30″N 2°35′50″W / 53.39167°N 2.59722°W / 53.39167; -2.59722Coordinates: 53°23′30″N 2°35′50″W / 53.39167°N 2.59722°W / 53.39167; -2.59722
Sovereign state Unitit Kinrick
Constituent kintra Ingland
Region North Wast Ingland
Ceremonial coonty Cheshire
Admin HQ Warrington Town Hall
Foondit 8th century
(exact date unknown)
Toun chairter 12t century
(exact date unknown)
Unitar Authority status 1998
Govrenment
 • Teep Unitar authority
 • Govrenin bouk Warrington Borough Council
 • Mayor Geoff Settle
 • MPs: Helen Jones (L)
David Mowat (C)[1]
Population (2011 est.)
 • Tot 206,428 (Rankit 82nt)
 • Ethnicity 92.9% White Breetish
2.5% Asie
Time zone Greenwich Mean Time (UTC+0)
Postcode WA 1–5 an 13
Aurie code(s) 01925
ISO 3166-2 GB-WRT
ONS code 00EU (ONS)
E06000007 (GSS)
OS grid reference SJ605885
NUTS 3 UKD21
Wabsteid www.warrington.gov.uk

Warrington is a toun in the north wast o Ingland, historically pairt o Lancashire but, syne 1974, athin the ceremonial coonty o Cheshire. It stand on the banks o the River Mersey, 18.5 miles (29.8 km) east o Liverpool, an 16 miles (26 km) wast o Manchester. The population in 2011 wis 202,228;[2] its population haes mair than doubled syne its designation as a New Toun in 1968. The population o the 'built up aurie' o the toun stand at 165,456, rankin 46t oot o aw urban auries in the UK.[3]

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  1. MP Surgeries Warrington Borough Council. Retrieved on 28 July 2009
  2. "2011 Census: Key statistics for local authorities in England and Wales". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 2 December 2015. 
  3. Leet o urban auries in the Unitit Kinrick#Leet o maist populous urban auries

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