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Doylestown Arts Festival
Doylestown Arts Festival
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Village Renaissance Fair Wrightstown, Bucks County PA
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Stockton Inn Lobster Dinner
Stockton Inn 5-Course Lobster Dinner
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The Nathaniel Irwin House is on property purchased by Daniel Pritchard in 1734. In 1736 it was sold to Robert Tompkins, the Warrington Township constable, who constructed a home on the site named Mansion-House. John Campbell, a Philadelphia merchant, bought the home in 1777 and rented it to Nathaniel Irwin,  a minister of the Neshaminy Presbyterian Church in Warwick, who purchased the property in 1785. This image file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Attribution: MikeParker at en.wikipedia.

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Warrington was founded in 1734 and named after a town in Lancashire England. Warrington was located at the intersection of Bristol Road and the Doylestown-Willow Grove Turnpike, now known as Easton Road. Warrington Township, long-ago designated as The Gateway to Historic Bucks County, is home to 25,000 residents and over 375 businesses and is not only a dynamic residential area, but a bustling commercial center, as well. Across its 13.8 square miles, the Warrington community is nestled amidst both agricultural and preserved lands, including 300 acres dedicated to parks and active recreation and nearly 700 acres of open space.

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