Read what the Aylesbury residents had to say after the town was named one of the worst places to live in England

A town in Buckinghamshire has been named as one of the worst places to live in the country following a recent survey. 

Aylesbury has been ranked the 18th worst place to live in England, in a new poll which was conducted by the satirical website 'I Live Here,' after a 'record-breaking' 125,681 people voted. 

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The online reviewers have not been kind towards the town, with one person saying, 'as you enter into Aylesbury, you find yourself in a traffic jam because someone decided to put a bunch of traffic lights and roundabouts everywhere', whilst someone else described the area as an 'eyesore, concrete jungle'. 

Also in the top 50 were Slough and Reading respectively from neighbouring Berkshire, whilst Didcot in Oxfordshire was also on the list. 

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Here are the Top 50 worst places to live in England according to

  1. Peterborough
  2. Huddersfield
  3. Liverpool
  4. Bradford
  5. Hull
  6. Wakefield
  7. Luton
  8. Jaywick
  9. Torquay
  10. Halifax
  11. Doncaster
  12. Keighley
  13. Castleford
  14. Barnsley
  15. Blackpool
  16. Grimsby
  17. Oldham
  18. Aylesbury
  19. Newton Abbot
  20. Wigan
  21. Swanley
  22. Andover
  23. Rochdale
  24. Slough
  25. Ipswich
  26. Sunderland
  27. Nottingham
  28. Blackburn
  29. Bolton
  30. Aldershot
  31. Middlesbrough
  32. Croydon
  33. Boscombe
  34. Rotherham
  35. Accrington
  36. Stoke-on-Trent
  37. Leicester
  38. Burnley
  39. Reading
  40. Southampton
  41. York
  42. Brandon
  43. Barking & Dagenham
  44. Didcot
  45. Northampton
  46. Walsall
  47. Chichester
  48. Wolverhampton
  49. Boston
  50. Sheffield

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