Preston ‘worst place’ to go trick or treating this Halloween

Autumn Fun Day at Worden Park, Leyland. Amelie Taylor-Bamford aged 7 from Coppull with her Pumpkin. Picture by Paul Heyes, Monday October 26, 2015.
Autumn Fun Day at Worden Park, Leyland. Amelie Taylor-Bamford aged 7 from Coppull with her Pumpkin. Picture by Paul Heyes, Monday October 26, 2015.

Preston is one the worst places in the country to go trick or treating, new research claims.

A property company has ranked Britain’s towns for trick or treaters by a combination of factors including high property prices and household density, safe roads and low local crime rates.

Preston came fourth in the ‘worst towns’ list, just behind Chesterfield, Middlesbrough and Hull.

Milton Keynes came out top of the Halloween towns.

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