You will find the large town of Warrington - Cheshire in the United Kingdom. Resting on the bank of River Mersey, it is of large size and is made up of eighteen different civil parishes. Doubling in size since 1968 when it was given the title of a New Town.
Romans would settle around Warrington in the past, and even the Saxons would make a home here during those Middle Ages. Apex Shed Warrington Building up through the years as a market town, and a place that created many tools and helped in the textile production.
Booming during the Industrial Revolution as more people and industry would come to the location. It helped when the Mersey was possible to navigate during the eighteenth century. Always considered a major crossing point over the River Mersey it has brought many settlers to this location in the past.
Both the Earl of Derby and Oliver Cromwell's armies would stay near this location during those English Civil War years. It is said that the place where Cromwell stayed at is the Cottage Restaurant; you can still find that located on Church Street. While there is also a plaque that shows where the Earl of Derby would stay, at the Marquis of Granby houses.
You may still be able to spot those dents in the walls of the parish church. They are said to have been caused from cannon fire during that Civil War battle. Pretty impressive stuff to know about a possible place that you could visit one day.
It is though that the first settlers in this area would have been around the Bronze Age. That means that many different societies would have been in and around this area. The bridge made of stone that allowed many to cross the Mersey was placed up in 1495.
Thought to have a market since around the year 1255, and at that time the population would have most likely been around 700 people. It was the 7th Baron of Warrington who would grant that charter for market and each year a three day fair to be held.