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We’ve had the Waitrose effect, now it’s the yummy mummy factor. “Young families tend to have lengthier wish lists than most,” suggests Lawrence Hall of Zoopla. “It goes beyond commuting links and school catchment areas. Now it’s a thriving community with family-friendly pubs and artisan coffee shops that top the list.” Belinda Aspinall, founder of Lifeafterlondon.com, says: “People tend to follow family rather than friends and often begin their search in the general direction of, but not actually where, their parents live.” Here are 20 confirmed family-friendly towns and villages that just may have you reaching for a map.
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When you embark on a journey of parenthood, there are many things that you say goodbye to. Usually, it’s glass furniture and sleep. After all, sticky fingers and a gorgeous glass television unit do not bode well. But, you get something so much better in return. You get a family. And nothing is more enjoyable than that. (more…)
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It was just a casual Sunday afternoon BBQ in the backyard with our neighbours and friends from my school days. Gloria and I went to primary and high school together and have stayed close friends for at least 20 years. Her husband Steven had left his job with the government about 6 years ago to start his own business. I think it was a drop shipping warehouse or something like that. Gloria worked in the enterprise as well. They had a son and a daughter who were almost the same age as our two, so they shared a lot of interests with music and movies as well as school subjects. (more…)