What do you love about Bolton? We want as many people, of all ages, backgrounds and communities to take part. We’d love to hear from you, because it is your experience that matters. Fill in the ‘I LOVE BOLTON BECAUSE…’ forms at locations across the town or submit the form. Your responses will help us create a campaign that will let everyone in the UK and the world know what a wonderful place Bolton is to live, work, study, visit and invest.
I am Bolton born and bred. I belong to Bolton and Bolton belongs to me.
Chair, The Bolton Vision Partnership
I love Bolton because I get the chance every day to make a difference to the lives of the children I teach.
Class teacher, Beaumont Primary School
I love Bolton because the food and drink festival is such an amazing event; it takes over the whole of the town centre and everyone gets involved.
Celebrity chef, pictured with his nine-year-old daughter Isabella
I love Bolton because we do a lot to make the environment better - we care about the planet.
Danyaal Fulat, aged 10
Year 5 pupil at Beaumont Primary School
I love Bolton because of the friendly supportive people we have who work together to make Bolton a great town.
Rev. Phil Mason
Chaplain, Bolton Wanderers FC
Signing one of the big Bs to say why he loves Bolton.
13 years old - who took part in IronKids race
I love Bolton because I like how young people are able to get involved and have something to say about where they live and how to make it better.
Momoore Adenmosun, aged eight
Year 4 pupil at Beaumont Primary School
I love Bolton because it has Ironman and I really enjoyed the race.
7 years old - who took part in the IronKids race
I love Bolton because we are family and it’s always good to see our beautiful twin smile.
Mayor of Paderborn (Bolton’s German Twin Town)
I love Bolton because everyone is friendly. You can always have a conversation with a stranger wherever you go in Bolton and people always brighten your day with a smile.
Director of Strategic Transformation, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
Of its generosity. The generosity of the people, the generosity of the countryside and landscapes, the generosity of faith and the generosity of Bolton’s heart.
Chief Executive, Urban Outreach