"The tiny Cheshire village of Tattenhall has been revealed to have the third most stressed workers in Britain, according to a new study.
The village also has the highest rate of burnout in the north west.
The study uses a combination of data from Health & Safety England, the Office of National Statistics, and local Google search trends to produce its findings.
Tattenhall was one of only two northern towns and villages to feature in the top ten, with the Yorkshire town of Pontefract named the sixth most stressed place in the UK.
A further two are in Scotland and a whopping six are in the south east of England.
The village was surpassed by only Hindhead in Surrey and West Malling, Kent, which has been named the most stressed-out place in the UK, despite its population of just 2,223 people."
So this was reported online yesterday, what do you think? Many think that this is just a misuse of statistics, maybe a ploy to sell things.
Check out the directories here on this website for all the activities and businesses here in Tattenhall- does this feel like a stressed place?
And if you are stressed there are lots of places where you can find help- from the Church, all the groups that meet in the Barbour Institute, the Rec Club on the Flacca, Alison 's cafe and join Transition Tattenhall to help build a resilient community that faces the challenge of the future together.