Happy Fleet, Once Again

From The Guardian (my emphasis in bold):

“The Hampshire town of Fleet and its surrounding area has been named the healthiest, happiest and wealthiest place to live in Britain for the third consecutive year…

The annual Halifax “quality of life” survey takes a long list of factors into account, ranging from health statistics, sunshine and rainfall, employment and school results to burglary rates, broadband access and levels of personal well-being as measured by the Office for National Statistics…

The town’s enviable transport links – Fleet is less than 40 minutes from London by fast train, and the M3 brushes its northern edge – have kept it popular with commuters. And there’s a notable beauty spot in the form of the Fleet Pond nature reserve, said to be the largest freshwater lake in Hampshire.”


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