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This is the second of two walking tours of the town centre.
I suggest you allow two to three hours for this second tour, or slightly longer if you wish to look round the Museum.
Bridge Street was originally known as Newgate Street until it was renamed in 1580.
Back in the 13th century it was very narrow and lined with wooden houses.
The buildings date to 1905, whilst the front of the Peacocks store further down the street has been incorporated into the new block on the corner. The now-pedestrianised street features the River of Life, a design with a fountain at the centre near Mc Donald's. Thankfully the gas canisters were empty at the time, but I could feel the heat through my closed window over a mile away.
If you haven't visited Warrington's market, take this opportunity to visit the 250 stalls in their modern setting.
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The Sun newspaper covered the story on 18 May and in a kind gesture the following day announced they would replace the plaque for the people of Warrington, especially in memory of Johnathan and Tim and the 54 injured.
Tim's father, Colin Parry, said: "It beggars belief people can be so heartless.