Telford has been named as one of the UK’s best nights out, but you think other West Mids towns should be top of the table too!
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A new study, from Get Licensed, has revealed the UK’s best nights out, with Telford taking one of the top spots! Also according to the survey, Coventry was ranked as the UK’s worst night out!
The judges from Get Licensed said: “Telford takes the second spot with an overall night out score of 7.56. This Shropshire town may have fewer nearby pubs and bars than York, but it makes up for that with an extremely low price of a pint at just £ 2.60.
“Combine the affordable drinks with another extremely good set of safety scores, and you’ve got yourself a worry-free night out for you and your friends.”
Other West Midlands towns listed in the study are as follows … Stoke on Trent was at number 25, Wolverhampton at number 42, Birmingham at number 45, and Coventry, in last place, at number 50!
But here at Free Radio we wanted to know where you thought was the best night out in the West Midlands. It’s safe to say you thought there were plenty of other contenders for the top spot!
Lesley Williams from Dudley said “Wollaston Village near Stourbridge. It’s got 8 pubs within a mile, great friendly locals, they’re character pubs and all offer that little something different.” (sic)
Ela said “Stirchley. It’s one of the coolest suburbs in the UK” (sic)
Gavin Smith said “The Miter in Stourbridge” (sic)
Jason Willets from Dudley said “It has to be Broad Street, Birmingham, with the mix of bars, clubs and restaurants” (sic)
Chris Mawby said “Leamington Spa”, but Jason Willets joked “you’d need deep pockets!”
Check out the full list from the Get Licensed survey here:
You can get more info about the survey here.
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