Bolton Research

Bolton is a town that is located in Greater Manchester in North West England. The metropolitan borough of bolton is named after its largest settlement, however it covers a large area such as ‘Blackrod, Farnworth, Horwich, Kearsley and Westhoughton, and a suburban and rural element from the West Pennie Moors’.

The Bolton town hall was built by William Hill and George Woodhouse, between 1866 and 1873.

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This is the logo of Boltons Wanderers Football Club, the club currently participates in the Football League Championships. In 1874 the club was formed as Christ Church Football Club, however it evolved into its current name in 1877.

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This is a rock band called Our Day Remains, they’re from Bolton, Greater Manchester. The Indie band started of by performing in their school and colleges events. ‘Break Down the Bridges is the first single from Their forthcoming EP in 2010’

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The Macron Stadium, the home of Boltons Wanderers football league championship club. This is located on the Middlebrook retail park, Horwich in the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton, Greater Manchester’. The stadium was built from 1996 and opened in 1997, from its opening year up until 2014, the stadium was called Reebok Stadium. Its capacity is 28,353 and its field size is 110 x 72 yards (100.6 x 65.8 meters).

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Damon Michael Gough, also known on stage as Badly Drawn Boy. He was born on the 2nd October 1969, born in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, however he grew up in Breightmet area of bolton, Lancashire. He is an English indie singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

 

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