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Best and worst places to live in the UK for broadband speeds

The broadband speed in the two slowest streets was 30 times slower than the national average. Photo: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

A street in North Wales and another in Essex have been named the slowest in the UK for broadband speeds, according to a new report.

The research, carried out by uSwitch.com, found Erw Fawr in Henryd, Conwy, and Wheatley Road in Corrington, Stanford-le-Hope, both registered an average download speed of 0.6 megabytes per second - 30 times slower than the national average.

Here are the 10 slowest and 10 fastest streets in terms of broadband speeds:

The 10 slowest streets

1 = Erw Fawr, Henryd, Conwy - 0.6 Mbps

1 = Wheatley Road, Corringham, Essex - 0.6 Mbps

3 Station Road, Swineshead, Lincolnshire - 0.65 Mbps

4 Kelvin Grove, North Shields, Tyne and Wear - 0.74 Mbps

5 Maple Crescent, Alveley, Shropshire - 0.91 Mbps

6 Evesham Road, Norton, Worcestershire - 0.92 Mbps

7 Meadow View, Castle Carrock, Cumbria - 0.94 Mbps

8 Canal Street, Oakthorpe, Leicestershire - 0.96 Mbps

9 Pickleys Lane, Doveridge, Derbyshire - 0.99 Mbps

10 Dereham Road, Garvestone, Norfolk - 1.03 Mbps

The 10 fastest streets

1 Loundes Road, Unstone, Derbyshire - 57.58 Mbps

2 Spencer Close, Swindon, Wiltshire - 50.6 Mbps

3 Northam Drive, Ripley, Derbyshire - 44.67 Mbps

4 Byfletts, Basildon, Essex - 41.47 Mbps

5 Mill Lane, North Hykeham, Lincolnshire - 38.88 Mbps

6 Lymington Road, New Milton, Hampshire - 35.7 Mbps

7 Littlewood Lane, Walsall, Staffordshire - 35.64 Mbps

8 Camel Road, London - 34.62 Mbps

9 Penygraig Road, Brymbo, Wrexham - 31.91 Mbps

10 Giffins Close, Braintree, Essex - 30.33 Mbps