Warrington

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Warrington
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 stateUnitit Kinrick
Constituent kintraIngland
RegionNorth Wast Ingland
Ceremonial coontyCheshire
Admin HQWarrington Town Hall
Foondit8th century
(exact date unknown)
Toun chairter12t century
(exact date unknown)
Unitar Authority status1998
Govrenment
 • TeepUnitar authority
 • Govrenin boukWarrington Borough Council
 • MayorGeoff Settle
 • MPs:Helen Jones (L)
David Mowat (C)[1]
Population
 (2011 est.)
 • Tot208,800 (Rankit 82nt)
 • Ethnicity
92.9% White Breetish
2.5% Asie
Time zoneUTC+0 (Greenwich Mean Time)
Postcode
WA 1–5 an 13
Aurie code(s)01925
ISO 3166-2GB-WRT
ONS code00EU (ONS)
E06000007 (GSS)
OS grid referenceSJ605885
NUTS 3UKD21
Wabsteidwww.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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