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Category:Bootle, Cumbria

English: Bootle is a village and civil parish in the Copeland district of Cumbria, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 745. The village is in the Lake District National Park, and is close to the Irish Sea coast. A charter for a market and a fair for the 'exaltation of the cross' was granted in 1347 by Edward III to John de Huddleston, Lord of Millom.
Bootle, Cumbria 
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farm village in the United Kingdom
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Instance of village,
civil parish
Location Copeland, United Kingdom
Authority control

54° 16′ 48″ N, 3° 22′ 12″ W

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