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I don't live in Long Eaton any more, but in Derby itself, close to the city centre.
Also, Derby has some cracking real ale pubs as well, which is a big plus. I know Nottingham has more as it is bigger, but in some ways it's too big.
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What a shit-tip. We were comparing two cities and choosing which one we'd prefer. That's where I'm from and there's where I've made my decisions from.
Sadlers Gate used to be quite a trendy part of the town for stores, but now it seems half of the place is boarded up. Don't forget you're derbh. And then someone suggested Derby and Sheffield, being as both had reasonably easy access to the Peak District. This can get easily forgotten in the routine of life, and that's something I'm trying to bring to my attention at all times. Derby is a safer city than Nottingham, less crime shithhole less dodgy areas.
This is the greatest thing. Derby's OK, if a bit boring.
Can anyone think of a UK city with less appeal than Derby? This has probably happened in other cities too, and pubs closing is a national problem. I don't think Nottingham is bad, but I love living here. Hull, has it's downsides.
We're not dead, you know. I've seen too much rubbish when going out in Nottingham and for me it's too busy as opposed to Derby.
Sheffield won with no argument. I made up my mind from viewing society from that angle.
But at least it isn't Derby. But this got us talking about Derby.
England’s top 10 ‘crap towns’ according to poll
Sheffield on the other hand is a shithole I lived there for a few months and it was dire dire dire Places worse than either of them: Hull, Barnsley. A group of us were having a conversation this morning about places to live.
If you can, please state in what way Derby is better than your suggested City. We just couldn't think of a 'city' worse than Derby.
Do you agree that the midlands is a shithole?
We don't know what the next second will bring and what a fantastic thing this is. I was staying there overnight for business last week, and had a chance to wander around during the evening.
Mainly since the Westfield Centre opened a few years ago,it killed off many of the shops in the city centre and the Cathedral quarter. I still go to Derbg on a fairly regular basis, but I'm happy living here. Some of my old drinking haunts are still there, but only because of the students.