Newly released stats indicate Northampton is a sexworker hotspot


Northampton may only be the 24th largest town in the UK, but the small population of just over 200 000 people, clearly has a rather robust sexual appetite.

New statistics from the website, an advertising platform that helps escorts to advertise their services (free of charge) to potential clients, indicate that Northampton has the highest number of people regularly making use of sex worker’s services, outside of London.

Coming in third place is Birmingham with Bristol, Nottingham and Leeds not far behind. In seventh place is Liverpool, followed by Manchester, Glasgow and finally, Newcastle Upon Tyne.

It’s difficult to determine exactly what it is that makes these areas hot spots for sexwork, however one could guess that it may come down to things like lower rates of unemployment and more disposable income – at least in the case of Northampton.

In Scotland, Glasgow tops the ranks of those using sex workers perhaps due to the fact that it’s the third largest city in the UK. currently has a database of more than 500 registered sex workers from all over the UK with thousands of daily site visitors.

Frank Dethridge, CEO of says the website aims to bring an element of safety and openness to an industry that is too often forced underground, giving sex workers a safe space to operate.

“On, escorts can decide whether they want their contact details shown to Card verified customers, Photo verified customers or ID verified customers. We charge the potential clients a small monthly fee to use the platform and view the escorts, but all payments for time spent with escorts is paid directly to them by their clients.”

For further information or PR enquiries, please contact:

Andrea Ward, ThreePipers
Northampton, Northamptonshire
016 044 97560

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