I love Bolton because the libraries and museums service is awesome! The range of activities, wealth of resources and brilliant staff!
We are so very lucky to have such beautiful countryside right on our doorstep with amazing views and lots of wildlife to spot. We also have some lovely country parks if you don't want to be quite so wild.
I was born here and attended a great school, Smithills Grammar School, where I made lifelong friends.There is beautiful countryside, easily accessible. Bolton has a magnificent Town Hall, the Central Library, The Octagon Theatre, a great Cinema, and friendly people.
Bolton has great special schools, charities and organisations that help to support our children who have additional needs and disabilities, making sure these children don't miss out on opportunities others may have.
When we arrived here from Congo DRC, people of Bolton supported my family from being deported back to Congo. They did all in their power for us to remain here and made my family feel at home. This is the reason why I set up the project to give back to my community because without people of Bolton we won't be here today.
I love Bolton because it became home when home was no longer safe.
My son finally got a diagnosis and an EHCP which means he can get the support he requires! All thanks to the lovely teachers, out reach workers in Bolton... that's why we love Bolton!
I love Bolton because... Smithills Hall, the open market selling fresh produce, Rivington and the surrounding countryside. What's not to love.
Bolton is Positive, Because It Cares, Because Bolton Includes Everyone and Never says No!
We have the loveliest people who would go out of their way to help someone in need. We support each other and our community. We are a town with lots of lovely villages and you don't need to travel far to find beautiful countryside. Bolton stamped on my heart - like a stick of Blackpool rock!
Left Bolton in 1973 to travel the world! Now live in London, still visit "home" annually. I see great changes being made!
#iloveboltonbecause it's where i grew up, it's where my business was born and it's a town with a brilliant and bright future that I'm so proud to be part of!
It's such a diverse place. Many different shops available and everybody is always smiling and with the investment into the town itself, it's massively improving and bringing people back to the great town of Bolton. The different world sports stars we have produced and the sports clubs including our beloved Bolton Wanderers FC :)
I've lived here my entire life and adore the growing variety of things to do - be it the quickly developing town centre or the relaxing countryside, there's nowhere else I'd rather have grown up. I've no plans of leaving any time soon!
I love Bolton because it's full of Boltonians! Can't get any better than that, including the gorgeous Peter Kay. I also love the history and beautiful views.
It's where I grew up. People often just focus on the town centre which has improved greatly but I see Bolton as the countryside, the reservoirs and the moors. We're so lucky to have so many beautiful places to wander and explore and get away from our hectic lives. There are not many towns with such a diverse landscape.
Andrea Hamer Chadwick
I love running in the races and joining in – Horwich Festival of Racing and Ironkids!
I love Bolton because it gave me a home. I found love and raised a family here. Bolton people are compassionate and accepting. Bolton has taught my children kindness. Proud to be part of the Bolton family.
It welcomed my Mum and Dad when they arrived from Ireland and its people became friends and family to me and to my brothers, daughters and sons since.
I love Bolton because of our fantastic countryside and cultural and sporting heritage. Warm, welcoming and witty, a wonderful place to live and work.