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Reasons to love St. Helens

Estate Agent in St Helens?

On the hunt for your local Estate Agent in St Helens? Emoov can sell your property. A large town in Merseyside, St Helens was an important centre for coal mining during the Industrial Revolution, as well as glass-making, cotton and linen. It is now best known for its very successful Rugby League side, St Helens RFC.

Culture in St Helens

The Citadel, St Helens’ premier venue for arts, community events and live music, has a fantastic programme of shows, including comedy, musical tribute acts and original plays. St Helens’ other theatre, the Theatre Royal, has an annual pantomime, popular touring shows and performances by am dram and amateur operatic societies, schools and youth dance groups.

The World of Glass Museum, in the heart of the town centre, is an award-winning attraction, while the North West Museum of Road Transport – recently extensively refurbished – is a cheap and interactive day out for the whole family.

Things to do in St Helens

St Helens RFC, who play their Super League games at Langtree Park, are commonly known as the Saints and are one of the most successful clubs in Rugby League history. If you're a keen sports fan, it's well worth trying to get tickets to game – a cracking atmosphere is guaranteed.

St Helens is also awash with an array of parks and open spaces, the best of which is the historic, Grade II listed Taylor Park. Sherdley Park, the largest park in St Helens, has a petting zoo, an 18 hole golf course, open woodland, a lake and an annual funfair. Most of St Helens' major outdoor events are held here. Restaurants, bars, cafés, pubs and shops are peppered throughout the town, of which Limassol – authentic Greek cuisine for great prices – is the best of the best.

Student Life in St Helens

Liverpool's universities are close by, as is the University of Chester campus in Warrington. With good transport links to both these places, students looking to escape the hustle and bustle will find plenty to enjoy in St Helens.

Buying in St Helens

A popular commuter town, given its close proximity to Liverpool, it will appeal most to first-time buyers and families eager to settle away from the city. Young professionals looking for a better work/life balance will also appreciate the average asking price. Bargains are very easy to come by, not bad for a town with considerable sporting, cultural and historical prowess, not to mention an abundance of green space. St Helens won't continue to be an underrated gem forever, so buyers are advised to act decisively.

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