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Warrington, England

Warrington is a unitary authority in the north west of England, formerly part of the county of Cheshire and Lancashire. It is also its main town situated between Manchester and Liverpool. Landmarks of the town are Fiddlers Ferry Power Station, Alice in Wonderland Statue, Old Market Gate, Smiths Night Club and The Peace Centre. The Centre opened to remember the victims of the terrorist attacks in 1993, particularly on Saturday March 20, the day before Mother's Day, when an IRA bomb killed two boys, Johnathan Ball (3) and Tim Parry (12).

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