Tyldesley (population 13234) means “Tilwald’s clearing”, and is derived from the Old English personal name Tilwald (or Tīlwald) and leăh meaning “wood, clearing”, suggesting that what is now open land was once covered with forest. The name was recorded as Tildesleiha in about 1210
The factory system, and textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution, triggered a process of population growth in Tyldesley, such that by the early 20th century it was said that the newly emerged mill town was “eminently characteristic of an industrial district whose natural features have been almost entirely swept away to give place to factories, iron foundries, and collieries”. Although industrial activity declined in the late 20th century, land reclamation and residential developments have continued to alter Tyldesley’s landscape, and have encouraged renewed economic activity, particularly along Elliot Street — Tyldesley’s central commercial area and its main thoroughfare.
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