St. Helens Overview

44/100
Total Score
314/329
Ranking

The Big Picture

St Helens is a metropolitan borough and a part of the Liverpool City Region, located in the northwest of England. The area has a population of approximately 191,000 people. In terms of housing, St Helens has a mix of both public and private housing, including a large number of council-owned properties. The community is active and engaged, with events such as the St Helens Festival of Music, Arts and Culture, the St Helens Food and Drink Festival, and the St Helens Comic Con drawing in crowds from across the region. St Helens also boasts a number of historical sites, including the World of Glass museum and the St Helens Dream sculpture. The town center offers a range of entertainment options, including the Citadel Arts Centre and the St Helens Theatre Royal. The local economy is diverse, with major employers including the Haydock Park Racecourse, Pilkington Glass, and the NHS. Overall, St Helens offers a vibrant community and a range of amenities for residents and visitors alike.

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St. Helens Population

The population graphic above highlights changes in St. Helens’s population over time, while the diversity graphic compares local diversity to the national average, giving a snapshot of the area’s cultural makeup.

St. Helens Diversity

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