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Famed for its traditional, cobble-lined streets and affiliation with the Cinque Ports, it’s easy to see why tourists flock to Rye each year. But it’s not just tourists that love it here. If you’re dreaming of a life on the cobbles streets of East Sussex then here's a little bit about life in the town.
Bournes Moves head office in Rye raised £520 for Save the Children's 'Christmas Jumper Day' campaign on Friday 12th December 2014 and as donations are being matched by the UK government that's a massive £1040 generated to help save the lives of children across the world.
Back in October two of Bournes Moves customer service team members, Marilyn Wilson and Hayley Couzens volunteered as extras for UK charity Save the Children who were filming an advert to promote their Christmas Jumper day campaign.
Rye has been named as one of the best places to live in the UK, according to the Sunday Times newspapers recent 'best places to live in Britain' supplement - which is great news if you're thinking of or already are in the process of moving to Rye...
Wherever we grew up, or move to there is more to feeling at ‘home’ and loving where you live than just your house – the vibe and spirit of a town/city and its community can really make a difference. In medieval Rye, birthplace and home of Bournes Removals HQ, there is always something to look forward to. From snow covered cobbles in the winter to nearby beaches in the summer, from Wild Boar Week and Scallop Week for the foodies to everyone’s favourite night of the year, Rye Bonfire Night.
Moving house is said to be the third most stressful experience people go through, and can often leave you feeling a little worn out. With that in mind, our friends at The Rye Retreat have written us a guest blog with some great suggestions on how to de-stress when moving house in the Rye area…