Stafford in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... after Genghis Khan and Tom Jones). Walking through this park replete with flowers, an aviary and many, many fine examples of pensioner playing bowls you come to one of Stafford's many traffic roundabouts (at last count they had 434) and from here it's a short walk into Stafford's town centre via a courthouse, several pubs (some still open in this day and age) a churchyard, a multitude of chavs and MacDonalds (surely Stafford's most famous export). Once in the centre you will find the Shire Hall which contains an art gallery which is frequently updated, access to the old courthouse and cells, the town's library, a café and (my favour... more
Customer Stafford in General Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/07/11 (Very useful, 127 readings)
Stafford was recently listed in the OMG list of top 3,700 towns in Britain and as such has received quite a lot of press attention (Stafford Post 06/06/11 'Stafford ranked as quite good', Stafford Chronicle 07/06/2011 'Stafford recognized, sort of', Stafford Newsletter 13/06/2011 'OMG states Stafford exists' & Crawley Gazette 05/06/11 'Crawley one better than Stafford, "Nah-Nah-Ne-Nah-Nah" says Mayor'). As it's being recognized I thought I'd go & check it out. Stafford is a medium sized town in the Midlands, in the county of Staffordshire. It was founded by Dame Judy Dench in 1603 although records of a settlement here go back as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/07 (Very useful, 312 readings)
Stafford is a nice town centre right in the heart of Staffordshire. I have been coming here ever since my university days because it was a nice place to spend the day shopping or at the castle. Now I live by Stafford and although I know it is not the best place in the world, I do like it there and I think it is a decent place to visit if you want to go shopping, or just fancy a day out somewhere different. I will try to get over to you with this review why I do like it here. Ok so first I better give you some sort of address to follow to get here. The best thing for me to do is give you the address of Stafford train station which is in the centre only a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/02, updated on 20/06/02 (Very useful, 129 readings)
I've live in Stafford for around 11 years now and although I've only begun to appreciate its finer points when returning from University, these are quite few and far between. Stafford is a town of 40,000 or so folk last time i counted, well positioned in the country and enjoys good transport links (two junctions to the M6). However it fails to live upto its County town status and doesnt draw many tourists because of its dearth ammeanities and attractions. The main draws of Stafford from my point of view are, errmm, well none. Its pubs are small and/or crammed, the nightlife is predictable and the shops are almost terrible. Stafford is saved by ... Read the complete review
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