An M&SA WaitroseJonathan Billinger / Via geograph.org.ukA John LewisA Jack WillsBetty Longbottom / Via geograph.org.ukA Crew ClothingA Harvey NicholsA cathedralA fancy fountainGerald England / Via geograph.org.ukA bronze statueA flower showAn ornate roundaboutKenneth Allen / Via geograph.ieLots of people driving 4x4sA tennis clubIan Capper / Via geograph.org.ukA cricket clubA rowing clubA Côte BrasserieA WagamamaA ByronA Café RougeA Loch FyneColin Smith / Via geograph.org.ukA Yo! SushiA Michelin-starred restaurantA rooftop barKat Sommers / Via Flickr: katsommersAn exclusive nightclubA nice parkMartin Bodman / Via geograph.org.ukAn organic food storeA farmers' marketA decent shopping centreA HabitatWilliam Murphy / Via Flickr: infomatiqueA House of FraserJaggery / Via geograph.org.ukA Toni & GuyA ReissAn outdoor shopJim Barton / Via geograph.org.ukA luxury boutiqueA cobbled streetA castleRichard Slessor / Via geograph.org.ukA cheese and wine shopA boarding schoolBob Embleton / Via geograph.org.ukA Russell Group universityMore than one train stationA fancy libraryAn art galleryA gastropubNigel Cox / Via geograph.org.ukA row of houses with pillars outsideAn influx of hipstersA listed buildingA twinned town you've actually heard ofA Tory MPGetty ImagesA PretA GBKA Patisserie ValerieTony Monblat / Via Flickr: 128484499@N06
How Posh Is Your Hometown?
Your hometown is not posh at all – you probably spent your childhood being bored out of your mind with nothing to do, nothing to see, and nowhere to eat. But hey, it's your hometown, and you love it anyway.
You grew up in a pretty average town. You probably had a few decent chain restaurants, maybe even a nice park if you were lucky, but that didn't stop you moaning to your mum that you were bored every weekend.
Your hometown is pretty posh, especially if it's not a big city. You grew up surrounded by decent places to eat and hang out – it might have even been enough to keep you there for good.
Wow, you come from a super posh town. You were spoilt for choice for places to eat and when you tell people where you're from, they're always jealous. It might even be so nice that you still live there – do you?