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Popular narratives have variously depicted Liverpool as a city of decline, protest, revival and hedonism. From being the 'Detroit of England' to the 'alcohol capital of England', Liverpool is seen to spatially and discursively embody a 'place of chronicity'. In this paper, we explore the way in which place matters to health in order to critically interrogate why it is that Liverpool has consistently recorded the highest level of alcohol-related hospital admissions in England. To this end, wedoi:10.3351/ppp.0006.0003.0001 fatcat:26j7yhhfmbdj5oonvmd2sg3ehq