Town in Yorkshire
Originally a spa town for rich Victorians
, they came to ‘take the waters’ and be healthy, unfortunately the waters smell like rotten eggs
and probably do you just as much good.
Also known for its Betty’s tearooms, toffee, flower shows, exhibitions and conferences - mostly conservative
, normally the home of the Great Yorkshire Show but we’re culling the cows
Jam-packed full of old stingy millionaires
with obligatory Barbour jackets
or fur coat
Surprisingly, one of the biggest drug
problems of the north, you’d never know it.
No decent night-clubs but plenty of beer boys
, especially around Carrington’s and Jimmy’s.