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Limo Bolton - About Bolton

Bolton is a large town in Greater Manchester, in the North West region of bolton town hall at night - limo hire in boltonEngland.
Situated close to the West Pennine Moors, 10 miles (16 km) north west of the city of Manchester, it is the largest and most populous settlement within the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton, and has a total resident population of 139,403.
Historically a part of Lancashire, Bolton originated as a small settlement in the moorland known as Bolton le Moors. During the English Civil War the town was a Parliamentarian outpost in a staunchly Royalist region. In 1644 Bolton was stormed by 3,000 Royalist troops lead by Prince Rupert of the Rhine. This attack, which later came to be known as the Bolton Massacre, resulted in 1,600 residents being killed and 700 taken prisoner.
Noted as a former mill town, textiles have been produced in Bolton since Flemish weavers settled in the area during the 15th century, developing a wool and cotton weaving tradition. The urbanisation and development of Bolton largely coincided with the introduction of textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution. It was a boomtown of the 19th century and, at its zenith in 1929, 216 cotton mills and 26 bleaching and dying works, made it one of the largest and most productive centres of cotton spinning in the world. After World War I the British cotton industry declined sharply and by the 1980s cotton manufacture had virtually ceased in Bolton.
Bolton today noted for its premier league football team Bolton Wanderers F.C. who play from the Reebok Stadium, with Reebok, the sportswear company, being based in the town.

Bolton Sport

Bolton is home to the Premier League football club, Bolton Wanderers F.C..
Formerly playing at Burnden Park they now play at the Reebok Stadium.
Indoor facilities for sports training and major racket sports tournaments are provided courtesy of the newly built Bolton Arena, which was used for some of the events in the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
Bolton is also home to one of North West England's largest Field Hockey Clubs, Bolton Hockey Club.
The oldest football club in Lancashire, Turton F.C., was formed in a village on the moors above Bolton in 1871 and is said to have introduce the Association game to the county. There have been recent claims that their original ground, which is still in use, is the oldest surviving football ground in the world. It is claimed matches were played there since the 1830s.
Speedway racing, then known as Dirt Track Racing, was staged at Raikes Park in the pioneer days – 1928 – when the venue was short lived.
Bolton also has a rugby union club, Bolton R.U.F.C
Bolton Blaze is a baseball club that was started in 2003, playing their home games at The Ball Park at Stapleton Avenue. In addition to the adult team, there is a junior team, Bolton Bears. Bolton Baseball dates back to 1937 with a team called Bolton Scarlet’s.

Bolton Transport

Bolton is well served in terms of both the local road network and national routes. The A6, a major north–south trunk road, passes through Hunger Hill and Westhoughton. The A666 (sometimes referred to as `The Devil's Highway' because of the numeric designation) is a 4-lane dual carriageway which acts as a spur from the large M61/M60 motorway interchange, carrying traffic to and from the town centre. The A666 continues North, up through Astley Bridge, Egerton and on into Darwen and Blackburn, Lancashire. The M61 itself has three dedicated junctions serving the borough.
Bolton is served by the National Express coach network.
Bolton is located on the Manchester loop of the West Coast Mainline and as such is served by Virgin West Coast trains passing through Manchester Piccadilly station. There are regular commuter services between most of the local stations and Manchester. The Bolton metropolitan area is served by the following railway stations:
Bolton Trinity Street - a town-centre transport interchange
Bromley Cross
Hall i' th' Wood
Blackrod
Horwich Parkway (for the Reebok Stadium - Bolton Wanderers FC)
Lostock
Westhoughton
Moses Gate
Farnworth
Kearsley


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