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Wirral teacher running Chester Race For Life in memory of dad Wirral Globe A WIRRAL teacher who lost her father to kidney cancer will take part in the Chester Race for Life in his memory this weekend.

Ken Griffiths died, aged 61, in April last year – just seven days after he was diagnosed.

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The year 2002 marked the 1100th anniversary of the expulsion of Vikings from Ireland and their subsequent arrival and settlement of Wirral, a small peninsula between Wales and Liverpool, by Norsemen and Danes: Vikings from Norway and Denmark and although they appear to have settled peacefully, 2007 also marked the 1100After their expulsion from Dublin in AD902 the Wirral Vikings, initially led by the Norwegian Viking INGIMUND, would have landed in their boats along the north Wirral coastline probably between what is now the lighthouse at ).

They spread throughout the peninsula as far as south Chester and across the Mersey to populate South West Lancashire, joining another large group of Vikings who populated West Lancashire.

Wainwright, originally published in the Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire & Cheshire in 1942 and edited version reprinted in Wirral and its Viking Heritage, ed.

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