Christchurch in Dorset has been named a dementia hotspot.
According to a study by Alzheimers Research UK - the town has the highest prevalence of the disease, with 28 cases per one thousand people.
The New Forest has 27 cases per thousand, with Worthing at 24.
It's thought coastal towns and areas feature heavily as they are popular with retired people.
Currently there are 2,400 people in Christchurch with dementia.
The areas with the highest prevalence typically have between 1,500 and 2,700 people suffering dementia.
There are currently 850,000 people living with the dementia in the UK but this is expected to rise to one million by 2025 as people live longer.