IN today's paper we will be remembering Warrington's war heroes. 

Our 16-page special edition supplement includes tales of courage and bravery during the Great War.

Inside you can read about the crucial role Warrington women played to help with the food shortage, the challenges women faced entering the workplace and meet the history detectives unearthing fallen soldiers' stories. 

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We also profile some of the many Warrington soldiers who lost their lives in battle including a professional footballer, the soldier with nine lives who lost his leg in battle and the man who joined the front line just months after marrying his sweetheart. 

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See how the town marked Armistice 100 years ago and how it was reported in the Warrington Guardian at the time as well as how George Formby entertained troops while they were home from the frontline.  

A special wrap around the paper also includes a roll of honour with the name of every soldier recognised on the town’s war memorial.

Warrington Guardian:

If you would like to attend Warrington's Remembrance Sunday service, you can find everything you need to know by clicking here.

Thank you to Warrington Museum for their help putting this edition together. 

Their exhibition Peace at Last opens on Saturday.