Re­lax­ing ru­ral re­treat

LIV­ING Get away from it all in coun­try

Evening Express (City Final) - Home Life - - ADVERTISING FEATURE -

FROM end­less fresh air and beau­ti­ful scenery to small but friendly com­mu­ni­ties, there are many ben­e­fits to life in the coun­try­side. That’s why lots of city­d­welling fam­i­lies choose to up sticks and re­lo­cate there ev­ery year. And from con­verted steadings to new-build de­vel­op­ments, there re­ally is a type of home to suit ev­ery­one. The ad­van­tages avail­able to chil­dren who live in the coun­try­side are great. They are able to grow up sur­rounded by na­ture – ex­pe­ri­enc­ing wildlife and how the scenery changes with the dif­fer­ent sea­sons. Kids also have more space to run and play out­doors, of­ten with­out par­ents hav­ing to worry as much about busy roads as city coun­ter­parts. Their gar­dens can of­ten be much big­ger than those you will find in the cen­tre of a town and schools will of­ten en­joy smaller class sizes which means greater at­ten­tion from teach­ers. And, per­haps best of all, the lo­ca­tion of­fers them ac­cess to many great sport­ing pur­suits and hob­bies. From hill­walk­ing to horse rid­ing, fish­ing to cy­cling, liv­ing in the coun­try is rich

VIEWS: There’s a lot to be said for liv­ing a peace­ful life in the coun­try­side.

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