Which region is St Helens in?
In Merseyside, St Helens is a large city made up of local municipalities that merged during the Industrial Revolution.
The coal mines of St. Helens closed in the twentieth century and some, such as Sutton Manor, have been converted into rural parks.
The city is perhaps best known for glass making, leading the market for this industry in the Victorian era.
Pilkington, a major glass manufacturer, is still based in St Helens and produces all of the UK’s float glass production.
Is St Helens in Merseyside or Lancashire?
Does St Helens come under Liverpool?
Is St Helens in Yorkshire?