Bootle


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Bootle

(ˈbuːtəl)
n
(Placename) a port in NW England, in Sefton unitary authority, Merseyside; on the River Mersey adjoining Liverpool. Pop: 59 123 (2001)
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A RAIL station had to be evacuated and Merseyrail services were disrupted after a fire broke out in a scrapyard in Bootle last night.
DEPLETED Northop Hall again paid dearly for their batting frailties as visitors Bootle pulled off a 61-run victory at Smithy Lane to keep the village club firmly rooted in the relegation mire.
Diversification of the West Midlands economy is working, according to Roger Bootle, economic adviser to accountants Deloitte.
Bootle War Memorial has been restored with the largest grant given out by the War Memorials Trust to date.
BOOTLE warmed up for their trip to the Rose Bowl by lifting the Bridging Finance Solutions Knockout Trophy after a four-wicket win at Leigh.
MERSEYRAIL Bootle Ladies clinched the Northwest Women's Division One title in emphatic style last Sunday with a 7-0 win over local rivals Liverpool City.
The 10,215 sq ft property comprises a three-storey building which sits at the axis of Stanley Road and Marsh Lane and near to Bootle New Strand.
THE organisers of Bootle Beer Festival have said they hope the event will change the way people think about the town.
My mother and brother were killed and my sister and I went to Bootle hospital.
BOOTLE MP Joe Benton was today awaiting an operation to sew his finger back on, after a dog allegedly bit it off during last-minute canvassing rounds.
FIRWOOD BOOTLE captain Craig Prince believes that the signing of the Burnley opening batsman, Vishal Tripathi, will boost his team's hopes of ending their Liverpool Competition title drought.
BOOTLE is considered to be a safe Labour seat, held for 20 years by Joe Benton.