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Bolton put in a bid to become a city but has not been selected.
Bolton entered a national competition for city status, which was held to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Leader of Bolton Council, Councillor Cliff Morris, said: "We put in a bid for the official recognition, which we believe Bolton rightly deserved, so we are naturally disappointed not to have been selected.
"However, the process has given us the opportunity to promote all that is good about Bolton. Bolton is a vibrant town with much to offer and we are working hard to regenerate it for the benefit of all our communities.
"We are confident that Bolton will continue to go from strength to strength and we will continue to strive to make this happen. We would like to thank everyone for their support and belief in Bolton."
Chelmsford, Perth and St Asaph were awarded city status.
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