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Bolton Branch


20 Churchgate,


01204 363020

Branch Accessibility

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Private Meeting Room Private Meeting Room
Wheelchair Ramp or Level Access Wheelchair Ramp or Level Access
Step Free Access Step Free Access
Guide Dogs Welcome Guide Dogs Welcome

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About us

Everyday Lending Limited was established in 2006 and has branches nationwide; we are committed to professional, responsible lending.

Serving Customers Nationwide

Over 300,000 Customers since our inception in 2006

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2021 2023 6 Branches Over 75 Branches 2006

Bolton Geography

Bolton has a rich history, which dates back to the Bronze Age, with a number of Roman roads still in the area. Around 1200AD, Bolton became the property of the Pilkington family and was recognised for its manufacture of woolen cloth – a fabric introduced by Flemish weavers in 1337AD.

Bolton is famous for a number of establishments, including the Central Library, which was initially founded in 1853.

Described as one of the UK’s friendliest towns, it is not simply its strong heritage and history that make it a delightful place to live in today.

From the breathtaking countryside to museums brimming with old artefacts, Bolton has a great deal to offer. It’s also home to a number of renowned attractions, including Barrow Bridge Village.

This former industrial village was once home to just one chimney and three mills. It now stands as a monument to the region’s industrial past. It’s also where the famous 63 steps can be found, which lead up to the West Pennine Moors and would have once been used by the workers.

The Bolton Little Theatre, although small, is an award-winning theatre which showcases seven plays per season, varying in style from classics to comedy.

Another landmark is the Bolton Parish Church, which was originally constructed in 1871.

The establishment stands as a fine example of Victorian Gothic Architecture. Its featured tower is currently the tallest in Lancashire and boasts outstanding views across the entire area.

The ample interior contains a number of architectural gems in the shape of carved woodwork, stain-glassed windows and a museum corner.

Bolton Town Hall is another architectural landmark. Inside, there is a Councils Chamber, the Mayor’s Parlour, The Festival Hall, The Albert Halls, The Hall of Memories and the Banqueting Hall.

The local football club is certainly popular with the local football fans and is home to the outstanding Reebok Stadium, a merchandise superstore and a sports hall.