This seaside town in Merseyside, North West England, has a population of 90,000. The popular tourist resort is located 17 miles North of Liverpool and 15 miles West of Preston. In terms of transport its coastal location means that it is not directly linked to a major motorway. However it is linked to Liverpool by the A565, and the M58 Motorway is just 12 miles away if you take the A570. The town has a railway station with many trains to Liverpool and a regular service to Wigan, Bolton, Manchester and Manchester Airport.
It is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the UK. It hosts various prestigious events including an air show on and over the beach, and the largest independent flower show in the UK in Victoria Park.
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The seaside town has a long history of recreation leisure and tourism. Tourism is still a major factor in the town’s economy and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the north. More tourists mean more jobs, and investment in the town has increased both of these in recent years. The town has diversified with annual events and improved shopping facilities. £9.7 million has been invested in the town in the last decade, making it a desirable place to live and work. In addition to applying to firms directly for employment in this sector, you could seek out some of the many agencies offering part-time or short-term contract staff to this sector.