Town of Warrington
Warrington (population about 165,000) is the largest town in Cheshire, situated on the banks of the River Mersey about 19 miles east of Liverpool and a similar distance west of Manchester.
Warrington was a county borough (formed 1900), geographically in the county of Lancashire, until 1974 when it, together a number neighbouring areas (in both Lancashire and Cheshire) were merged into the newly-formed Borough of Warrington in the county of Cheshire. In 1998 Warrington became a unitary authority, remaining within a ceremonial county of Cheshire.
Warrington Jewish Community
There was a Jewish community in Warrington in the early years of the twentieth century.
Jewish Congregations in Cheshire
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