Moving to the UK

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There are many practical things that you need to think about if you are moving to the UK.  You may have visited the UK before but for the day-to-day reality of living in the UK, you may need to know how to find the information to help you to settle in.

There are some considerations to make as to where you would like to settle within the UK. You might like a large city, a town or a small countryside village. I have lived in the countryside, a city and a small town over the years and have come to settle in a small, market town. In my opinion, choosing a town that is a short distance from the countryside is ideal for me and my family. I like the greenery, the long countryside walks with the dog as well as the friendly people I meet on my trips to the market and shops in town.

Countryside Walk are a great feature of moving to the UK
Countryside Walks

Some people, like my brother, much prefer the London lifestyle. Some enjoy living in a seaside town and some like living within easy reach of attractions that they can visit with their family.  I think it depends on your personality, circumstances as well as your lifestyle needs as to where you choose when moving to the UK.

Fun at the seaside
Fun at the seaside

 

Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium

There are many useful links offering advice about how to find somewhere to live, getting a job, transport, how to find a doctor as well as how to find out other information here.  Some of this advice is aimed at people moving to London but many of the links apply to anybody wishing to move to anywhere in the UK.

Whichever part of the UK you decide to move to, there is something for everybody.  Once you have made the decision to move to the UK, I’m sure you will have a fantastic time here.

 

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  • Vaichin@RamblingThroughParenth

    There is so much to take in when you make the move to a new place. It is a steep learning curve indeed.

    • I have only moved an hour away from home before. I’ve always stayed in roughly the same area so moving further afield would be a huge learning curve, you are right.

  • I remember when I moved to a different country it was so intense – being able to get help and advice is great!

    • I can’t really imagine moving, to be honest. I can imagine it is really intense though, so many new things to get used to. Where did you move to?

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