Question: Is Newton Le Willows safe?

Newton-le-Willows is the third most dangerous small town in Merseyside, and is among the top 10 most dangerous overall out of Merseysides 39 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Newton-le-Willows in 2020 was 77 crimes per 1,000 people.

Is Newton-le-Willows a good place to live?

With its busy high street, independent shops, eateries and pubs, and excellent transport links it is clear why the area made the top list. Weve got a fantastic, vibrant High street in Newton-Le-Willows with new business popping up all the time and renovation work to many of the hospitality venues.

What does Newton-Le-Willows come under?

Newton-le-Willows is a market town in the St Helens Metropolitan Borough, in Merseyside, England. Newton-le-Willows is geographically located between Manchester and St. Helens and is part of the historic county of Lancashire.

Is St Helens rough?

St Helens is the second most dangerous major town in Merseyside, and is among the top 5 most dangerous overall out of Merseysides 39 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in St Helens in 2020 was 108 crimes per 1,000 people.

Is Woolston Warrington a good place to live?

Warrington is an affordable place to live Back in 2017, property expert Sarah Beeny named Warrington as the second best place to live in the UK, praising its highly affordable housing.

Is St Helen a nice place to live?

Released as part of an Office of National Statistics study, the statistics show St Helens to be the ninth saddest place to live in the country. More than 300,000 people over three years rated their happiness on a scale from one to 10 for the survey. The borough scored an average of 7.10 in the study.

Is Eccleston St Helens a nice place to live?

Eccleston and Eccleston Park are very pleasant. The latter is technically in neighbouring Prescot thus nearer to Huyton, but it has much better public transport links than Eccleston, including a rail station with trains to Huyton and Roby (and ultimately, Liverpool), or St. Helens and Wigan if you go the other way.

Is Warrington a bad area?

Warrington is the safest major town in Cheshire, and is the 50th most dangerous overall out of Cheshires 343 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Warrington in 2020 was 65 crimes per 1,000 people.

Is Warrington a poor area?

The borough has comparatively low levels of unemployment. But our high level economic success for Warrington masks a range of internal inequalities. Some of our neighbourhoods struggle with high levels of deprivation, ranking within the top 10 per cent most deprived in the country.

Is there parking at Newton-le-Willows station?

Open 24 hours. No charge for rail users.

Is St Helens a bad area?

St Helens is the second most dangerous major town in Merseyside, and is among the top 5 most dangerous overall out of Merseysides 39 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in St Helens in 2020 was 108 crimes per 1,000 people.

Is Parr St Helens rough?

For years the estates of Parr, home to around 13,000 people, have garnered a reputation for toughness, and often drugs, alcohol and violence - some believe unfairly.

Is Appleton Warrington a nice place to live?

Home to a golf club, leisure centre and a range of family pubs, Appleton is ideally located for a range of great amenities. There are also four highly regarded schools in the area, making it a prime location for families.

Is Warrington nice?

Warrington was judged to be the best as it balanced a high quality of life and job density, with low living costs with the median rent at about £600 per month, according to the study. The full judgment said: Warrington, Cheshire, tops the list as the best area to move to in the UK.

Is Warrington a good area to live?

Warrington was judged to be the best as it balanced a high quality of life and job density, with low living costs with the median rent at about £600 per month, according to the study. The full judgment said: Warrington, Cheshire, tops the list as the best area to move to in the UK.

Is St Helen a good place to live?

Released as part of an Office of National Statistics study, the statistics show St Helens to be the ninth saddest place to live in the country. More than 300,000 people over three years rated their happiness on a scale from one to 10 for the survey. The borough scored an average of 7.10 in the study.

Was Catherine Parr from St Helens?

Catherine was born about 1512, either in Parr, St Helens, or Blackfriars, London. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Parr of Kendal Westmorland and his wife, Maud Green. Her father died when she was five. There is a belief in Kendal that Catherine was born in Kendal Castle itself.

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