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Why not become an Avon sales representative or sales leader in the Norris Green area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Norris Green area.

Norris Green is a housing estate and council ward in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. It is thought the land Norris Green was built on was donated to the city by Lord Derby, who was at the time resident at nearby Knowsley Hall. Although it is also suggested Lord Derby did not give the land away - he didn't own it in the first place. There are no actual pubs in the main residential area, but a small number of public houses do exist particularly around the vicinity of Broadway shops.

Norris Green's district centre is known locally as "Broadway", consisting of mainly shops found around Broadway and Broad Lane (though this is actually located in neighbouring Clubmoor ward). The former North Liverpool Extension Line runs past this area and includes Broadway Bridge. Homes on the periphery of the estate and on the main routes through the area are largely brick and well-built, with those on minor routes and residential roads made of concrete. It is this concrete group of housing that is considered defective. A large number of new homes have been constructed on derelict land cleared following the demolition of defective houses on the "Boot Estate". Most of these demolitions took place around 2000.

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