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Greenmount Court

Greenmount Lane, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire

Greenmount Court is situated off Greenmount Lane in Heaton to the northwest of Bolton. The development consists of 24 flats built by Fletcher Sheltered Homes in 1989.

Bolton is an old industrial town and derives its name from 'settlement with a special building'. Appropriately enough the town's oldest inn, The Old Man and Scythe', dates from 1251 and it was here that James Stanley, Earl of Derby, stayed before being executed by Oliver Cromwell. One of the town's inhabitants, Samuel Crompton, invented the spinning wheel which was to revolutionise the textile industry. Today Bolton has a bustling city centre and Kingsbury Avenue is just off Chorley Old Road not far from Doffcocker Lodge Local Nature Reserve.

Facilities : Estate management services.

Access: Bolton lies under four miles north east of Junction 5 of the M61 and about seven miles from Junction 2 of the M66. The M65 at Junction 4 is about nine miles. Wigan and Manchester are both about eleven miles. Blackburn is 12 miles and fast trains from Bolton to Manchester take about twenty minutes.
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Greenmount Court
North British Housing Association Ltd
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