Bootle is part of the Liverpool urban district but has never been absorbed into Liverpool. Bootle is bordered by the Leeds and Liverpool canal, the longest canal in England. Bootle's unusual name comes from the Anglo Saxon word Botle which meant a 'dwelling house' or 'lord's hall'. The town was recorded as 'Boltelai' in the Domesday Book. During the 19th century, Bootle became known as Bootle-cum-Linacre, the town hall has "Welcome to Bootle-cum-Linacre" inscribed in its stonework. Linacre is an area within Bootle.
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