Living and working in or just visiting areas around the Southwest of England.

The southwest of England has many areas of Natural Outstanding Beauty to explore and enjoy.  Forests, rivers, hills and valleys incorporating quintessential English villages with thatched cottages and rose covered gardens. The Cotswolds, for example, with Gloucester, Cirencester, Fairford, Bibury and Bourton-on-the-water to name just a few of the wonderful places there.  You may be lucky enough to live and work in an area like this. Maybe you are just visiting one of these beautiful villages for a holiday or day out?  If you enjoy sports and love being in or near the water, then the Water Park in Cirencester is the place for you.  With sailing boats, fishing and a man made beach this place of fun and adventure might be for you. Birdland at Bouton-on-the-Water, the miniature village, perfumery and the river Windrush flowing through its centre is a beautiful place to live, work or just visit for a day.  Some of the thriving businesses in the Cotswolds are, digital marketing companies, solicitors, beauticians and Gloucester accountants with firms such as Randall and Payne for example.

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If you are more of a seaside lover than a countryside rambler then, Weston-Super-Mare, Burnham, and Bream with their golden sandy beaches, amusement arcades, novelty shops and piers to stroll along, the southwest of England has everything you could wish to find. What could be more fun than a cheap day out on the beach, with the youngsters having hours of endless fun, building sandcastles and flying their homemade kites, while the parents and grandparents relax on deckchairs reading the daily newspaper. For those of you who like to indulge in heritage and history then how about the royal cities of Bath and Wells.  The architecture of the buildings in Bath, originally a Roman Spa town alongside the most beautiful and awe-inspiring Cathedral in Wells, you will never be short of places to visit and interesting artifacts to explore.

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As you approach the Clifton suspension bridge, that spans the river Avon you know you are approaching the thriving city of Bristol.  Living and working in Bristol gives you the benefit of great shopping outlets at Cribbs Causeway and Cabot Circus. The myriad of designer shops and original boutiques with plenty of cafes and restaurants to choose from gives the lucky local residents a wealth of opportunities to spend their hard-earned money.  Bristol also has the dock area in its portfolio with the S.S. Great Britain moored there after being painstakingly restored.

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