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what the best place to live in UK for midwife / and family ?

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1. Posted by sylwiaanna (Budding Member 3 posts) 3y

Hello :)
Me and my future husband really want move to the UK. I study midwifery in Poland and I'd like to know what is the best place to live and find a job. I think about Reading, Guildford, Brighton, Bristol.. I will be grateful for yours opinions :)

2. Posted by sylwiaanna (Budding Member 3 posts) 3y

ohhh.. what do you think? tell me, please

3. Posted by coachdirect (First Time Poster 1 posts) 3y

hi, if you want to move in uk with your family then i think london is best for you...but its depends on you..

4. Posted by sylwiaanna (Budding Member 3 posts) 3y

i know it's depends on me but i'd like to know other opinions. I'm afraid London it's too crowded for me..

5. Posted by Andyf (Moderator 710 posts) 3y

Hard to give opinions when you aren't giving us many clues what you're looking for.

London's too crowded, so are you looking for a city or a small town, or maybe somewhere rural say a country market town?

Nightlife, culture, somewhere with lots of history and architecture, by the sea, near mountains, near an airport for visits home, near to London to travel in for your leisure time?

For jobs, big cities will have more opportunities. But they're crowded.

You mentioned Guildford and Reading. They're close to London, expect them to be expensive and not have so much culture of their own going on because London draws the life away from those commuter places. And with Brighton and Bristol, you're still in the South which is generally more expensive to live.

If you don't like crowded, smaller places like York, Chester, Shrewsbury, Lincoln, Stirling, are a lot more relaxed / pretty / cheap to live. But with fewer jobs.

6. Posted by jazzy_jane (First Time Poster 1 posts) 3y

I think the best way to find out is to come and stay in the UK. I think Bristol is a great place to live and has lots going on. You should stay in the Clifton area as it is a lovely place to bring up a family and has great schools. The Clifton, St Paul's Road is a good base at it is in Bristol but you can easily get to the rest of Bristol to explore.

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