Do you think anyone has ever been to every town in the U.K.?

Weston supermarket

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Don’t let funkhouser hear you say that

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Somebody do a poll for every town yes or no please

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Up north you put gravy on chips

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I fell down a YouTube hole a while back and ended up on a channel called All The Stations - think you can guess what they did…

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Down south you put chips in gravy

Makes you think

I’m sure this thread already exists. Something very similar anyway, think it was trying to name a town that nobody had been to.

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population of > 15,000 imho

How many aisles?

Sorry about that

3+ tills, no restriction on aisles

We have an area at work called the void. Don’t think you’re from there m9

I mean, i feel liie if they have, it might be headline news if Corbyn really pulls a blinder

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What’s the biggest village in the country?

And what makes a town a town and not a village?

Just thinking now about this place I went to where I commented “it’s actually pretty big”. Can’t remember where yet though

According to Wikipedia it’s Lancing in West Sussex, pop. 19,000, no town charter, has a village hall rather than a town hall (@laelfy these are apparently the things it needs to be considered a village, despite, as the article notes, it being described as a town in everyday use)

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It’s Redcar.

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Oh the Wiggles are so great