Bank of Scotland

Scottish seaside towns

16 August 2010

Residents of Fraserburgh, Peterhead and Stonehaven have the best quality of life among Scotland's seaside towns, according to the latest Bank of Scotland Seaside Town Review. All three towns have higher than average weekly earnings compared to other seaside towns and a significantly above average employment rate. These towns also have considerably lower than average traffic flows and burglary rates. Rainfall is almost 25% lower than for the average for all coastal towns, whilst they enjoy on average 45 minutes more sunshine per week.

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