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The paper went from strength to strength and outgrew its primitive origins in a hand-fed printer and in 1876 a Victory printing and folding machine was acquired with a capacity of printing 16,000 copies an hour. The Tillotsons remained owners of the Evening News into the latter part of the 20th century, but the days of family-owned newspapers were drawing to a close and in 1971 the Tillotsons sold the company to St Regis International of New York. From then on change happened rapidly. St Regis sold the group to Reed International in 1982 and the Bolton Evening News became the largest of its titles.

6:00pm  at Whites Stadium, Bolton Screenings run from Monday 11th December to Sunday 17th December and tickets for the week are available online now. For a classic drive-in experience, audiences are asked to tune in their radio as the film’s sound is transmitted straight into their vehicle’s audio system. Refreshments will be available to purchase on site during the screenings. Please be aware of film certifications. Tickets are £ per vehicle* regardless of occupancy. Limited tickets - Book now: https:///bolton Telephone booking (Mon-Thurs 11am- 5pm Fridays 1pm-5pm) 03330 064608

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