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It is the administrative centre of the Metropolitan Borough of St Helenswhich had a population ofat the Census. The town historically lay within the Sex sauna in Kettering Lancashire division of West Derby known as a " hundred". It became a county borough in and a metropolitan borough in The area developed rapidly in the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries into a significant centre for coal mining   and glassmaking.
Glass producer Pilkington is the town's only remaining large industrial employer.
The southern part of what became the traditional county of Lancashire was at least Sant settled by the Brigantesa Celtic tribe, who were subjugated by the Romans during their 1st Century conquestwith nearby Wigan suggested as a location for the Roman settlement of Coccium.
The first recorded settlements are the Manors, Parishes and Titled Lands listed in the Domesday Book in the 11th century. IFeld titled lands would have encompassed the modern townships Helenss Sutton, Windle and Parr as part of their fiefdoms, though it may be inferred from the listed tithes that the land was populated before.
St Helens did not exist as a town in its own right until as late as Date Eastbourne men dating site middle of the 19th century.
The development of the town has a complex history: it was spurred on by the rapid population growth in the region during the Industrial Revolution. Between and St Helens grew from a small collection of houses surrounding an old chapel,  to a village,   before becoming the significant urban centre of the four primary manors and surrounding townships that make up the modern town.
The Domesday Book of reveals that several manors existed at that time, Field of dreams Saint Helens hotel there are no specific references to Best place to pick up chicks in South Shields Elyn", or mentions of the particular "vill" or villages. Windle is first recorded on some maps as "Windhull" or variations thereof in Bold in as Bolde  and Parr or Parre in whilst Sutton  and Ecclestone  composed part of the Widnes " fee " a hereditary entitlement of ownership under a Knight or Earl.
The Ecclestone family owned the Eccleston township. The family is referred to The massage spot Kidderminster the period until the 18th century when they departed for nearby Southport . The manor of Parr remained in control hoetl the Parr family and their descendants from the 13th to the early 15th century, when a distant relative of the original hltel line, William Parr, 1st Marquess of Northampton brother of Henry VIII's wife Catherine Parr sold the manor to the Byroms of Lowton.
The extensive lands of Sutton Manor stretched across the open and flat land leading towards the Mersey. The He,ens name is of unknown origin, but the land within the estate referred to several leading families, including Eltonhead, Ravenhead, and Sherdley.
Windle contained the smaller Hardshaw, described as a berewick  in the Domesday Book. It Field of dreams Saint Helens hotel in Hardshaw that Chapel Lane was constructed. Subsequently, the region passed to John of Gauntand eventually the Stanley family.
Their ancestral home hotsl eventually established in the nearby Knowsley area to the west Saont the modern St Helens boroughwith the foundation of a hunting lodge in the 15th century and subsequently Knowsley Hall in the 18th century. The Earl of Derby's lands encompassed a region from Liverpool to Manchester, and to the north beyond Lancaster and were primarily turned to meeting the pastoral needs of the people. Throughout this period the area was predominantly arable land   and was noted for its large swathes of moss, heath and bog land while elsewhere in parts it was covered by the greater Mersey Forest  the larger "Community Forest" was not established until much later.
The origin of the name "St Helens" stretches back at least to a chapel of ease dedicated to St Elyn,   the earliest documented reference to which is in Helen's Chapel in Hardshaw, and to the maintenance of God's divine service there for ever, if the stock go forward and that the priest do service as is aforesaid". Historically this would have fallen within the berewick of Hardshaw, within the greater township of Windle making up the southern border   abutting onto the open farmland of Parr to the east, and Sutton and Eccleston to the south and west respectively.
Inthe Chapel of St Elyn was noted as "consisting only of a challis and a lytle bell".