Temple Meads and Withywood are among the Bristol areas with the shortest life expectancies for people living in the city, according to recent figures.
Data sourced from Public Health England reveals average life expectancies in neighbourhoods across England.
There are stark differences across the country, including in Bristol.
A few weeks ago it was reported that life expectancy had fallen for men in the UK, a rare occurrence which was attributed to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nationally, men living in the South Promenade and Seasiders Way neighbourhood in Blackpool have the shortest life expectancy in the whole of England, at just 64.7 years.
In South Kensington in London, men can expect to live 95.4 years - three decades longer.
The shortest life expectancy for women is in Queensgate, Lancashire, at 73.5 years.
In contrast, those living in Monkspath South in Solihull can expect to reach the ripe old age of 98.3 years - nearly 25 years longer.
Here we reveal the neighbourhoods in Bristol where men and women have the shortest life expectancy.
1. TEMPLE MEADS
The Temple Meads area has the lowest life expectancy for men in Bristol at 74.11 years. The area also has the second lowest life expectancy for women, who can expect to live for 77.79 years here. Photo: Google
Withywood holds the lowest life expectancy for women in Bristol at 77.63 years. The area also has the second lowest life expectancy for men who can expect to live for for 74.79 years here. Photo: Google
Men living in Bedminster can expect to live for 74.81 years, the third lowest life expectancy for men in Bristol. But women living here can expect to live a little longer for 81.20 years, the 13th lowest life expectancy for women in the city. Photo: Google
4. TWO MILE HILL
Two Mile Hill holds the third lowest life expectancy for women in Bristol at 78.99 years. The area holds the 17th lowest life expectancy in the city for men, who can expect to live 77.01 years here. Photo: Google