30 Apr

Market town life is peaceful and quiet

Market town life is peaceful and quiet

When retiring, after a long career which may have seen people spending a lot of their time in big cities and coping with the stress that can come with the fact that they have to deal with a lot of people, there will be a high percentage of the British public who feel like relocating themselves to a much more rural area of the country.

Such locations bring peace and quiet which is often hard to find in bigger cities, and such an ideal spot can be found in the likes of market towns. Property for sale in Wareham can give the perfect place for older couples to retire to a place where they can relax and enjoy the sort of community lifestyle associated with smaller areas in the countryside.

Wareham is located in Dorset, and has a population of just over 5,000 people, meaning that it is an ideally located market town without the high proportion of people which may be expected by those who have spent their lives in urban areas.

What often makes the countryside areas feel more homely and special is that there are usually more community led events, and Wareham is no exception to this rule. The town holds a yearly local music festival, in which there are a number of smaller bands playing on the town's streets and in local pubs and other venues.

It is also host to a yearly festival styled carnival in July, during which residents can soak up the likes of a fireworks display, a parade and a range of music down at the town's quay.

And when people are looking to feel like a part of the local community, the town also holds its historic market in the centre every Thursday, from where residents can pick up a range of local produce and goods, while also integrating themselves with locals and feeling part of something, an aspect of life which can be important in older age.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801353341-ADNFCR

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