And Croydon Is The Second Worst Place To In The UK
Bedford is the worst place - ouch! Also were Stoke on Trent and Merseyside were not great places to live.
People who live in Brighton suffers with a lot of anxiety.
Happiest places in Britain
Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
Moyle, Northern Ireland
Hart, Hampshire, England
Lisburn, Northern Ireland
Limavady, Northern Ireland
Orkney Islands, Scotland
Banbridge, Northern Ireland
Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland
Eilean Siar, Scotland
Down, Northern Ireland
East Devon, England
Welcome back karen
Forumites where do you live is it good or a bad place??
People of Bedford and Croydon is it really that bad and what makes your place the worst place to live in the UK?
Q: what do all those places on the list above have in common?
A: they are a long way from Karen - most of them across the Irish Sea - no wonder they're happy over there!
Love my place
No one asked my opinion. Mind you, where I live is not so great but I'm sure there's much worse. I've been to Croydon a few times and can't say I liked it. Richmond (Surrey) is very nice but probably Hampton would be my choice of somewhere to live - just need to find half to three quarters of a million extra to make it possible...
Edit - having just checked out Rightmove, make that an extra 1-1.5 million. I have expensive tastes!
I took one look at that thread title and had a guess at who started it.
As somebody who comes from Croydon but now lives in Luton and visits Bedford a lot, I think this means I should throw myself off a ledge. Then again I could move to Northern Ireland ! Well I know things have improved a lot in recent years but you should haev a damn site mroe anxiety living there than Brighton. Although as a Palace supporter from Croydon I don't really have anything good to say about Brighton
Going by the some of the places on the list happiness can be created by a good supply of recreational drugs.
This is what the locals said about Eltham
Jeepers! Who lives there???
Traffic management and policing. Greenwich council and the police turn a blind eye to speeding drivers, rat races through recidential streets, yobs riding motorbikes in parks etc. No wonder someone has died in an accident in almost every corner and everybody knows someone who has been ran over.
Total waste of a post Karen - no-one is gong to read all that.
Also I'm pretty sure no-one cares what the locals think about Eltham.
I'm fairly interested in knowing what the locals think about Eltham since it's a couple of miles from where I live (and I jog through it to get to one of my local parkruns!) but Karen's blundering cut-and-paste job is even more confusing than usual, and I'm wondering what point she's trying to get across, if indeed she's got one. Not that I'm expecting clarification on that any time soon, but I'm an easy-going kind of chap so an emoticon with a Christmas hat on and eyes looking up will do.
Ah but which one?
I want to know who signed the papers to release her back into the community.
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