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Which towns in Britain, if any, should have been included in your opinion? And which are the best towns/cities to live in?
Then there was Trowbridge.
I thought Trowbridge sounded quite nice, but it shut at about 3:30 on a saturday afternoon and has gone down as my nadir. I've told him if he ever goes back, he can go without me.
Ooh, no - I went there with my daughter when she was sussing out universities, thought it was going to be nice but was very disappointed. She went to York in the end, which is my idea of the perfect city.
I usually tell people 'when you drive south of Croydon you're in lovely countryside', lol
Actually, it used to be better than it was. About 20 years ago they built a cultural centre, with a new library which was state of the art at the time, and the David Lean Cinema. But the library has been dumbed-down, they've made librarians redundant and some of the items in the museum area are being sold off :( Croydon Council doesn't regard the arts as a priority.
I would nominate Northampton as being a bit of an armpit.
Also, the colour of the buildings influences how I feel about a place. There are some towns that might be fine but the architecture is overpowering and mainly black. Red or yellow brick is more welcoming. (or even white or pastel , like some seaside towns.)
Yes, it does.
And I'm keeping quiet about the best places. But Frome is OK.
As for Hemel Hempstead, if God were going to give the Earth an enema, that's where he'd stick the pipe.
Hmm, New Addington - I'm sure it has its good points, but I can't think of them off hand. And it was home to a notorious child killer until recently :(
It's no worse than any of the 60s estates, really. I know someone who has lived there since it was built, she says they were thrilled to move there from the two-up, two down they'd lived in before, and it felt like they were in the middle of the countryside (NA is a sort of island development surrounded by fields).
Now, have you ever been to Skelmersdale? That is a real eyesore :(
#21 Ah yes - that's fine unless you live in certain bits of Hildenborough ...
Don't worry folks, it's been decided - Solihull is the best place to live. And PossMan, Inverness is listed as the 4th worst :)
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