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Bolton
Location Greater Manchester
Status Largest town
Area
Population 139,403
Language English
Currency Pound Sterling (GBP)
Timezone GMT/UTC and BST (Summer)
Tel area code 01204
Overview:

Bolton is a metropolitan borough located in Greater Manchester, close to the West Pennine Moors, in North West England. This large town is within the historic boundaries of Lancashire. The Town of Bolton rose to fame in the 19th century as a Mill town. Bolton is the place where the Reebok brand was born. It is also home to Reebok company's European headquarters. Other major industries here are Warburtons (the bread manufacturers) and Horwich (MBDA's main production facility).

Geography and Climate in Bolton

The River Croal that runs through the township is the major geographic feature. Bolton is situated less than 15 miles north-west of Manchester, along the M60 and M61 motorways and the A666. Bolton’s climate is typical of weather in the UK. The city is primarily busy during the summer months, when its climate is very warm. The average daily January temperature in the town is around 7ºC or 45ºF and the average July temperature is about 22ºC or 72º.

History:

Studies show that the history of Bolton was connected to the Saxon settlements. The evidences survive in the form of religious objects found when the current Victorian parish church was constructed. In 1251, King Henry III gave the town a charter to hold a market in Churchgate. The cotton industries managed the town's expansion between the 14th and 19th centuries. Bolton was divided into two half in the early 19th century, namely, Little Bolton and Great Bolton. Little Bolton included the area north of the River Croal. Bolton was incorporated as a municipal borough on 11th October 1838.

People and Culture of Bolton

Bolton has a population of 139,403. Of this population, 89% are White, 6.1% Indian, 2.5% Pakistani, and 2.4% other (with no one group goes beyond 1%). Bolton is an important centre for art and education in the country. It boats a much-admired theatre known as “The Octagon”, as well as several small, independent groups like Farnworth Little Theatre, Bolton Little Theatre, and the Phoenix Theatre Company. The Bolton School is a leading independent day school in the town centre. The boys division of this school was started in around 1516. Bolton also encompasses its own university called the University of Bolton.

People Culture in Bolton

Bolton has a population of 139,403. Of this population, 89% are White, 6.1% Indian, 2.5% Pakistani, and 2.4% other (with no one group goes beyond 1%). Bolton is an important centre for art and education in the country. It boats a much-admired theatre known as “The Octagon”, as well as several small, independent groups like Farnworth Little Theatre, Bolton Little Theatre, and the Phoenix Theatre Company. The Bolton School is a leading independent day school in the town centre. The boys division of this school was started in around 1516. Bolton also encompasses its own university called the University of Bolton.

Tourism in Bolton

Tourism plays a major role in the local economy of Bolton. The major attractions include Smithills Country Park, Last Drop Village, Hall I'th Wood (the home of inventor Samuel Crompton), Smithills Hall, Moss Bank and Queens parks, and the civic museums in the town centre. Bolton is also a favorite place for shoppers from all over the north of England. The newly developed Middlebrook park area is home to the Bolton Arena, many leisure facilities, restaurants, pubs, and various other businesses.

Transport in Bolton
Bolton is situated at the centre of the UK's motorway network. It has a major railway station which operates services to Birmingham, Glasgow, and Manchester. Manchester Airport is situated around 20 miles away from Bolton.



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