Lincolnshire town tops list that punishes locations which have bookmakers and fast food outlets
Grimsby, the centre of the UK fish-processing industry and which has marketed itself as Europe’s Food Town, now has another, less welcome, appellation.
The seaport on the Humber estuary, whose name is derived, according to legend, from its ninth-century Danish founder, Grim, has been judged to have the “unhealthiest” high street in the UK.
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