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The ten best and worst places to go out in the UK – see the full list

A study found that the top 10 places to have a beer were dominated by the north, with Gloucester being the only southern city or township to make the list. In Telford drinkers can get a pint for £2.60

York has been voted the best place to go out
York has been voted the best place to go out

Drinkers planning a boozy night out can make more money in Telford, where pubs serve Britain’s cheapest beer at £2.60, a study has found.

It turned out that the top 10 best value places to have a pint were dominated by the north, with Gloucester being the only southern city or township to make the list, and itself shared tenth place with Stoke-on-Trent with an average price of £3.17.

Middlesbrough, Bolton, Bradford and Aberdeen tied for second place at £2.84, followed by Kingston-upon-Hull at £2.93, Wolverhampton at £3.05 and Blackpool and Peterborough, where a pint averages £3.07 costs.

Not surprisingly, London was the most expensive for a crowd, with an average price of £4.97.

Blackpool has been found to have the best selection of bars, with Bolton in second place and Plymouth in third place.







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While the Shropshire town of Telford, near Britain’s landmark Ironbridge, topped beer prices, York was voted the best overall for a night out for its historic pubs, sense of security and “diverse and interesting nightlife with something for everyone.” crowned on the tiles”.

But Coventry were the worst place to paint the city red, scoring just 2.16 out of 10, with Slough, Berks also bottom of the table on 2.89.

According to research by website Get Licensed, revelers in both locations had no rest when going out, concerned for their safety late at night.

The survey used to create the Night Out Index was based on factors such as the number of bars, pubs and clubs per 100,000 people, the cost of a pint, concern about being mugged or a victim of hate crime and the sense of safety of being out at night is traveling alone.

A spokesperson for Get Licensed said: “British cities and towns vary greatly when it comes to security.

“While all of the best nightclubs have ample staff and bouncers, all with the appropriate training and SIA licenses, safety is still an important factor that many of us consider when planning a night on the town.”

Top 10 Best Places to Go Out (out of 10 points)

  1. York-7.67

  2. Telford – 7.56

  3. Warrington – 6.97

  4. Edinburgh – 6.95

  5. Norwich – 6.81

  6. Swan Lake – 6.59

  7. Plymouth – 6.49

  8. Cambridge – 6.46

  9. Newcastle upon Tyne – 6.42

  10. Aberdeen – 6.3

The 10 Worst Places to Go Out (Scores out of 10)

  1. Coventry – 2.12

  2. Mud – 2.89

  3. London – 2.97

  4. Bradford-3.1

  5. Southend on Sea – 3.11

  6. Birmingham – 3.11

  7. Huddersfield – 4.16

  8. Belfast – 4.24

  9. Wolverhampton – 4.26

  10. Milton Keynes – 4.29

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