The United Kingdom is a dreamy place to live in. We are all aware of the British charm. Even though all our knowledge has come from Downton Abbey or other shows, it gave us a fair insight into the culture and lifestyle of old-time Britain as well as the modern kingdom. In order to represent the best of Britain, The Sunday Times chose and listed the top places to live across the United Kingdom. As per the list, Wadhurst, East Sussex, is the best place to live in the UK.
Wadhurst Is The Best Place To Live In The UK
The Sunday Times has been creating this list for the past 11 years and it is the first time that a town with a population under 5000 has made it to the top. The judges always make the decision after carefully analysing the various aspect like transport convenience, the condition of schools, scenic atmosphere, and more. Clearly, Wadhurst excels in all those departments.
The judges also pointed out other features of this town that make it the best place to live. From indulging activities for children to a well-developed community centre. It is an annual list where a team of judges evaluated various locations in the country and base their results on solid parameters.
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The List Also Announced 10 Regional Winners
1. East Of England: Saffron Walden, Essex
This is not the first time this market town has made it to the list of best places to live in the UK. It showcases some of the best architecture from the medical times.
2. London: Crouch End
Considered a really safe place to live, this place is home to a very famous choir group that has collaborated with famous artists like Andre Bocelli and Noel Gallagher.
3. Midlands: Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Truly one of the best places to live in the UK, this town is popular for its community, the affordability of real estate and many more factors.
4. Northern Ireland: Donaghadee, Co Down
An essentially vibrant town, Donaghadee is particularly famous for its lighthouse and harbour.
5. North & Northeast: Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear
This town is famous for its beautiful beaches. St. Mary’s Lighthouse and Spanish city are some other highlights of this place.
6. Northwest: Liverpool
The things that make Liverpool popular are actually countless. Not only is it home to the iconic Beatles, but the city also holds World Heritage status.
7. Scotland: Dunkeld, Perthshire
A town that presents the magnificent history of Scotland, Dunkeld has a historic cathedral called Dunkeld cathedral.
8. Southeast: Chichester, West Sussex
Particularly famous for its theatrical lineage, Chichester is considered a great place to live in. Anyone who visits this city must catch a show at the Chichester Festival Theater.
9. Southwest: Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Home to many historic streets, this town is quite popular because of its unique emporiums and antique shops.
10. Wales: Ruthin, Denbighshire
With lots happening to keep people indulged, Ruthin is a great place to live. It is also known for its sheep and cattle auction market.
It definitely would not have been an easy decision with so many amazing contenders in play.
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