A top ten list voted for by the public has revealed what are 'the worst places to live in England'.
The tongue and cheek list put together by community website ILiveHere reveals the 'least salubrious dump in this septic isle'.
'Chavvy' Huddersfield topped the list, narrowly beating competition from 'violent' Rotherham and 'self-pity city' Liverpool.
Huddersfield (above) topped the list. One local said: one said: 'There's nothing but pound shops and a few coffee shops'
Rotherham (left) came second after one respondent commented: 'I stopped going into the town centre. There was no point. I like a pint without violence'. 'Self-pitying' Liverpool (right) came third
Rochdale (left) came fourth and was called 'an almost permanent fixture in our top 10' by the website. One voter said the best thing about fifth place Blackpool (right) is 'the M55 out' while another said eighth place Accrington was simply labelled a 'dump'
One voter said the best thing about fifth place Blackpool is 'the M55 out' while another labelled eighth place Accrington as a 'dump'.
Dover, which took the top spot spot last year in the community poll, dropped to number ten despite the claim 'nobody wants to live here' and that it is a 'dump'.
Second and third when to Rotherham and Liverpool respectively, with Bristol, in joint ninth, the only other southern town after the home of the White Cliffs.
In a statement, the community website, which pokes fun and places around the UK, said: 'let's get down to business of offending local councillors, dignitaries and meddlesome ratbags plus ruining the trade of slime ball lying estate agents.
'It makes our day when they react to the new Top 10, desperately trying to polish a t*** of a town.'
Castleford (left) ranked sixth. One commenter on the website said a trip to 'Cas Vegas' is