An eight ton granite sculpture of the Mad Hatter's Tea Party from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. The sculpture is by Edwin Russell and is located in Golden Square in downtown Warrington.
This memorial looks like chess pieces and was created to honour the memory of two young children who were killed by an IRA bomb. 56 other people were injured when bombs were detonated in Bridge Street on 20 March 1993.
Research the history of Warrington then go and take a look for the cannon ball marks on the back of St elphins Church. (Did you know ut's the second tallest chutch spire in England!) Just think Cromwell and his troops did battle at the place you stand!
It is also the scene of much of Warringtons early history.
Whilst living in warrington, I had the opportunity to work with the Turn and Burn leisure group and maintain fairground rides, bouncy castle delivery and interact with people on a daily basis. A fantastic experience and well worth every late night in pulling down...
Never visit Warrington without going to watch the Wolves playing Rugby!
It will probably be the most memorable part of your visit.