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Living in Blackburn, England:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Blackburn, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Blackburn what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Blackburn is a small town, gifted with biodiversity and an assimilation of different cultures. One of the many advantages of living here, is the many services available. No matter where you decide to stay, you will always have a variety of facilities surrounding you. And the healthcare system is something worth boasting about. The levels of helpfulness and professionalism, alongside the passion for wanting to aid others is impeccable. Blackburn is a place full of friendly energy, and by visiting, you will surely experience a joy like no other.

Claire, says: 2020

Blackburn is a town in Lancashire on the edge of the Ribble Valley and has a popular theatre called King Georges Hall. Centrally located it attracts acts from all over the world. Blackburn’s local authority is Blackburn with Darwen. Blackburn also has a Cathedral and is an old industrial town.

Stephen, says: 2020

Blackburn has a lot of amazing views. It is very quiet and has a friendly atmosphere that you could enjoy with your friends and families. But the one thing I should mention that my city has a lot of hills, which is good if you want to go for a run and lose weight.

Blackburn is a small close knit city where you have a lot of things close by. You have food shops, Convenience stores, mosques, church’s, pubs, restaurants, Takeaways, schools and colleges not far from each other so no matter where you live you will always find everything you are looking for.

Bridget, says: 2020

Blackburn is very small with few jobs and only a small amount of activities/leisure to attend to. it is very rural then other places and very quiet which some people like. we are in the north west of England next to Preston. Many people move out of Blackburn when they are older as there are more opportunities elsewhere.

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