Tunbridge Wells named one of the happiest places to live in the UK

Posted by By Bournes Moves - August 18, 2016

CqC6xLEWAAAMRdS.jpgA recent survey by property portal Rightmove has revealed the top 100 happiest places to live in the UK, and we're excited to see Tunbridge Wells (where we have one of our main depots) appear right up there on the list! 

Around 24,000 people took part in the survey, ranking the places they lived on 12 separate factors including community spirit, sense of belonging, friendliness of neighbours, affordability, green spaces, recreational activities and local services.

Top of the list was Essex seaside resort, Leigh-on-Sea. Residents scored their hometown highly when it came to community spirit, safety, sense of belonging and recreational activities. Scottish town Troon took the second place, and North Yorkshire’s Harrogate – which has topped the survey for the past three years – slipped into third place overall.

In Bournes Moves home region, the South East, Kent town Tunbridge Wells where one of our main depots is based was ranked the third happiest place to live in the region. Ashford and Hastings which neighbour our head office depot in Rye also featured on the list. 

You can read the rest of the Rightmove survey and find out how the region you live in ranked by clicking here.

Thinking about a move to one of the happiest places in the UK? 

If you're planning on moving to Tunbridge Wells or any of the other towns that made the list we can help get you there with a range of services to assist with all your removals and storage needs.  

Founded in 1875, Bournes is a family-run removal company based in the heart of Rye, East Sussex, and Tunbridge Wells in Kent. With over 140 years of experience, Bournes can provide you with a number of services tailored to your needs when planning a move anywhere in Kent, East Sussex or London. Wherever your move, our friendly experts at Bournes will be happy to assist you and give you all the practical help and advice they can.

*Image courtesy of the Daily Mail.

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Topics: Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK

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