Oxford is the health capital of the UK
Oxford is the dining out capital of the UK, with folk from the historic, university city splashing out £1,270 a year on meals in restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Researchers from VoucherCodes took a detailed look into the nation’s shopping habits and revealed a spending map of the UK – with the people of Cardiff also emerging as the biggest spenders on health and fitness.
Not surprisingly, London was revealed as the fashion capital (a whopping £1,179 is spent each year per person on shoes, handbags and clothes.)
And according to the data, the junk food capital of the UK is Cardiff, with residents of the Welsh capital spending £86.80 every month (£1,041 a year) on take-aways and fast food – more than any other City in the U.K.