Aylesbury Town Council has responded to being named the worst place to live in England.

Satirical website iLiveHere each year asks the public to review their area as they rank the nation's towns and cities throughout the country.

After 110,172 people responded the website named Aylesbury the worst place to live in England the country.

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High Wycombe also made the list ranking 35th, you can read all about it here. 

However, the leader of Aylesbury Town Council labeled the survey an "unfair portrayal" of the town.

Cllr Richard Lloyd said: "Aylesbury is vibrant and multicultural, throughout the pandemic it has shown what a terrific community spirit it has.

"Help groups and events have sprung up across the town with many residents honoured over the last 2 years for their efforts in helping others.

"There's no doubt from what I've seen every day of people volunteering their time for others that there's no place I'd rather live or represent. 

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"The town council continues to improve the town where it can and we look to Buckinghamshire Council to deliver the infrastructure it's promised whilst also following up on its localism agenda to give towns like Aylesbury its assets and services back to run.

"Last summer the town council laid on its free Parklife weekend attended by almost 20,000 residents and this year will hopefully see the return of Aylesbury-on-Sea and the Soap Box derby.

"We have a rich musical heritage through the Friars Club, a historic town centre and some great pubs and bars, we're the birthplace of the Paralympics and if this is the worst place the rest of the country must be truly remarkable."