WARRINGTON Town Hall was the site of a pro-Palestine march at the weekend.

Sunday, October 22, saw 'hundreds' of people turn out in a show of support for Palestine amid the ongoing conflict in Gaza.

The conflict is a result of action from the militant group Hamas, which is a Palestinian group - the group launched an 'unprecedented' attack on Israel on October 7.

Warrington Guardian: The demonstration was well-attendedThe demonstration was well-attended (Image: Supplied)

More than 1,400 people were killed, and around 200 have been taken hostage.

In response, Israel has launched airstrikes, with bombs being dropped across the Gaza region - Palestine says that more than 4,000 people have been killed since the beginning of the Israeli airstrikes.

On Sunday, October 22, a demonstration took place in Warrington that protested the conflict in Gaza, with many claiming that Israel's retaliation is 'genocide' and is not a proportionate response.

According to a poster that promoted the demonstration - which was sited at the town hall - people were invited to join the demonstration with the following message: "Come and join us with your families to support the cause for freedom and peace in Palestine.

"End genocide.

"End apartheid.

"End occupation.

"Free Palestine. We stand with Palestine."

Warrington Friends of Palestine organised the demonstration.

An eyewitness at the demonstration described to the Warrington Guardian that 'there were a couple of hundred [people] there.'

Photographs from the day show that Cheshire Police were in attendance at the demonstration.