It is bursting with opportunity. The desire for everyone to live life to the full is woven throughout its charities, volunteers and residents.
I love Bolton because it has great community spirit and has some amazing people who volunteer in the community.
I love running in the races and joining in – Horwich Festival of Racing and Ironkids!
Left Bolton in 1973 to travel the world! Now live in London, still visit "home" annually. I see great changes being made!
We have everything here! A beautiful, clean, picturesque landscape surrounding the town, a wonderful historic Victorian Terrace on Le Mans Crescent and plethora of shops to choose from. We are friendly, welcoming and host a fabulous Food & Drink Festival! I love exploring Bolton.
Great sense of community. Bolton holds many hidden gems from the historic sites such as the home of Samuel Crompton in Firwood Fold to the scenic such as Smithills Hall, open farm and estate, as well as many lodges great for walks and picnics. I could go on... "I Love Bolton"
I love Bolton because it can only get better.
I live outside Bolton in Bury but it's nice to visit Bolton. My grandchildren love Moses Gate Country Park, Jumbles Country Park. But for me also I love the choice of stores at Middlebrook Retail and Leisure Park for retail therapy. Bring our bikes to Rivington Pike so we can enjoy as a family.
It’s a great place to work - I have worked in Bolton for 12 years for Backup the best charity in Bolton. (I’m biased of course). I love how everyone works together and go above and beyond to ensure those who need support get the support they need #Boltonfamily
It has some beautiful buildings, despite many empty units below some of them. Its beautiful countryside and choice of walks and cycle paths is huge. It has always had a good amount of music venues, entertainment and nightlife, this has now dwindled in the last 20 years, I hope that this will be boosted again with the new plans.
We are a diverse and friendly community, we care about each other and are proud of our town.
We can come together when needed to help each other #communityspirit #communityspiritatitsbest
I love Bolton because you are no more than a 10 minute drive from a lodge, river, hills, parks or shops. Take your pick where to go today to see the sights, historical or modern.
I love Bolton because of the community I live in. This is because it is very open and willing to accept new people of all backgrounds, ethnicity and/or race.
I love Bolton because it's the friendliest place in the country and we have the amazing market place :)
It's full of opportunities! Opportunity for diverse employment, for partaking in many sport activities and hobbies, for visiting historical and interesting places, for shopping and entertainment, for walking in parks and surrounding countryside, for volunteering and meeting people.
I love Bolton because it is friendly and lots to see and do like Queen's Park.
I love Bolton because... Smithills Hall, the open market selling fresh produce, Rivington and the surrounding countryside. What's not to love.
Even though I’ve travelled the world as a teacher, & I live in Victoria, BC, now, Bolton is where my roots are & it’s always been ‘home’. My Bolton born grandfather became quite a well known opera singer, Flintoff Moore (his stage name), travelling to the USA in the 1920s to sing. I love Bolton & all my family living there today.
Barbara Kelly Moorhouse