Relocating, Reminiscing and The Rows.

Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Chesire is one of my favourite places in the UK and one day I would love to move there. I currently live in Stafford and apart from a few shops and since 2016, a Nandos there really isn't anything to do. The West Midlands doesn't have a huge amount of things to do on a good day, and I can't help but wish I lived somewhere with more things to do. I could never move into a large city like Birmingham or Manchester (despite wanting to move to Manchester many of times, to be near some amazing places). I've always loved the idea of moving somewhere like Chesire. I'd love to one day buy my own house and a place like Chesire sounds like a place of dreams. When looking at an infographic created by Laurus Homes, it made me realise how much more there is to do in towns such as Chester and after looking at housing prices in Chesire made me realise there is next to no difference between Stafford and Chesire (specifically Chester) and there is so much more to do!



I have visited Chesire Oaks a few times in the last few years and it is one of my favourite places to shop in the UK, who isn't down for discounted goodies from Whittards and Dr Martens which a huge discount on them, amirite?  As there are so many outlet stores as well, as a huge retail park backing on to it, with bowling and mini golf too. As well as Chesire Oaks, Chester has some pretty amazing places to shop and some extremely beautiful buildings. Including 'The Rows' which nobody actually knows why the buildings were in this way. It is also the oldest shopping facade in England which I think is pretty cool. As a blogger, it seems like a great place to live/ visit for all of the amazing locations to visit, and things to see.


Chester also has an amazing zoo, which I have been to multiple times with over 21,000 animals within. It is a great place to go as a family and what I've noticed about Chesire is there is a whole lot of things to do as a family. Including visiting Chester park, many museums some of which are free. There are also things to do such as visit flip out, one of the escape rooms or the River Dee! 

Although my plans to move Chesire won't be something that is achievable in the next few years, it is a place I see in my future and I hope to one day move there. For now, it looks like a visit is on the horizon. I would love some recommendations of where to stay and the places I must visit during my stay. 

*This is a collaborative post 



10 comments

  1. I’ve been to Cheshire a couple of times and would love to live there too - it’s beautiful! X

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  2. I also love the Chester area - we live a good few hours away from it, but enjoy visiting for long weekends :)

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  3. For some reason Cheshire isn't somewhere I've spent much time, I need to change that!

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  4. I haven't really been to Cheshire although I have family who live in that area. Kaz

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  5. I'd love to go to Cheshire Zoo as I'm a huge zoo fan. I think if you want to move you need to just give it a go as you never know about places until you try it x

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  6. Cheshire sounds like a great place with so much to do! I live just outside of Bristol which does have lots going on but I often find lots of the bigger events and activities happen in the larger cities like London which is just so far to travel for us. x

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  7. We almost moved to a village outside of congelton in Cheshire but we ended up in paris instead now we are back in Yorkshire I would miss the hills we are members of Chester zoo so we visit all the time Chester has a great town centre and museum too

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  8. I've never been to Cheshire! Or visited much of Northern England to be honest. I'd love to go to Chester zoo as I've heard great things about it. Currently I like in the Cotswolds which is a beautiful part of the UK but have toyed with the idea of moving to Bristol.

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  9. Chester is one of my favourite places to visit. We haven't explored anywhere else in Cheshire though yet. Now I know Cheshire Oaks has a Dr Martens shop I will have to pay a visit soon! I hope your dream of moving there one day becomes a reality.

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