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If you could choose anywhere to live in the UK where would you choose?

Post by Guest on Sun May 12, 2013 9:58 am

I lived in Brighton for a while and had a very good job with the council there....It's a very vibrant city and it's nice to live by the sea.. and my goal would be to relocate there tbf...Where would you choose to relocate to given the chance? Smile

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Re: If you could choose anywhere to live in the UK where would you choose?

Post by Guest on Sun May 12, 2013 10:05 am

Jack wrote:North Wales.

My cousin has plans to relocate there...great place to bring up kids and very beautiful as well!

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Post by Guest on Sun May 12, 2013 10:08 am

DocMartin wrote:Brighton for me too...I don`t live far away from it tbh but walking distance from it would be good cheers

I used to live about 1 minutes walk to the sea!...OK it's a bit blowy in the winter but well worth putting up with that for the summer months Smile

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Post by Guest on Sun May 12, 2013 10:22 am

Cheyanne wrote:I like the town I live in now, so not sure I want to relocate really.

I do agree that Brighton is a "colourful" place to visit though.
I live about just over an hours drive from there and have enjoyed many a short stay there. Smile

When i left there they always said to me...You'll be back here someday Smile

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Post by Guest on Sun May 12, 2013 10:38 am

Cheyanne wrote:
philagain wrote:
Cheyanne wrote:I like the town I live in now, so not sure I want to relocate really.

I do agree that Brighton is a "colourful" place to visit though.
I live about just over an hours drive from there and have enjoyed many a short stay there. Smile

When i left there they always said to me...You'll be back here someday Smile


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Maybe see you there sometime then.. Cool

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I used to drink in the Bulldog Tavern on St James Street Very Happy ....I had a very long conversation with Labi Siffre there once and that conversation stays with me to this very day Cool ...He wanted to fly me over to the US...I said no because i didn't fancy him but that was a very interesting afternoon!


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Re: If you could choose anywhere to live in the UK where would you choose?

Post by Ali on Sun May 12, 2013 8:01 pm

I'm not a city girl, I like the countryside within spitting distance, having Salisbury Plain on my doorstep is ideal because it's never going to get concreted over.

If I could move the whole lot closer to the sea then I would be living in my idea of paradise.

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Post by Mama kaz on Mon May 13, 2013 4:31 am

I like the east Neuk best... Hubby says Crail, I go more for Anstruther or st monans/ elie... Failing that the very west of Scotland... Macrihanish on Kintyre. Peace and gorgeous sandy beaches with walks galore.

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