Without wanting to beat the same drum repeatedly, I asked my wife
"Whats the worst place you have been to in England?"
"Ive already said Bradford, where else?"
"Nowhere really, just Bradford"
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kirkby, luton and aylesbury. god aylesbury is bad.
hemel hempstead and swindon for their stupid bloody roundabouts.
Oh and nominate -
Beaconsfield is like wealthy Oxford's Soweto.. Carterton is an interesting one, built to service the nearby American Air Force base, it's modelled on an American town with grid roads and nice wide tree-lined streets.. The problem is it's in England, so it has 60's architecture, a space ship Supermarket, and more chavs than you can shake a surface to air missile at..
- Picks for the real conniseur of crap towns, someone who takes a diversion to visit these places..
Going to have to add Ulverstone to the list, shockingly grim place.
Beaconsfield is hardly Soweto, is it? How many places have a Prep School and a Cricket Ground on the main street? And I find it immensely difficult to believe that Aylesbury is half as bad as much of the above
Not going to take issue on your Saltash, though. Jesus that place depressed me.
Tamworth. Dry ski slope and what else?
Castleford and Pontefract (after Ian Henderson)
Honiton - well, what the **** is it supposed to be for?
Rotherham - how is it not already on the list?
Middlesbrough - well?
Runcorn - great if you like salt.
Saltburn - it's a purpose-built seaside resort - in Cleveland.
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Tamworth doesn't have a dry ski slope, it has a snow slope.
OK, we have 64. I'll start the battles sometime tomorrow.
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