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September 03, 2007


Hmm, so, the stepdaughter moving out of Catford to Maidstone was a good idea then:

They have successful schools, fancy restaurants and shops, impressive cultural attractions and, surprisingly, affordable houses. They are the 20 British towns and cities where buyers can secure the trappings of a middle-class lifestyle at bargain prices.

Beverley in East Yorkshire, Maidstone in Kent and Chester lead the list of attractive towns.

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No! Beverley is a dump, honestly. No sane person would want to live there. Far too close to Hull and Prezzer and all the criminals. Stay away. Rubbish pubs, terrible restaurants, awful schools.

Posted by: Docbud | Sep 3, 2007 2:48:40 PM

Newport? As in Wales?

Posted by: Tim Almond | Sep 3, 2007 10:10:29 PM

Now Bangor really is an absolute dump, we spent a fortnight there one cold, wet and windy afternoon. Like any town in Wales, it also suffers from the obvious drawback.

Posted by: DocBud | Sep 3, 2007 11:11:39 PM