26 Feb

Wareham offers break from city life

Wareham offers break from city life

A move to a more rural market town can be a great way to live, and few will prove more perfect for buyers than that found when looking at property for sale in Wareham.

The Dorset town is home to around 6,000 people, and city dwellers relocating there will find that they are living somewhere far quieter than they will have experienced in the past, giving them the chance to relax.

One of the key parts of living in one of the smaller towns like this around the country can be the fact that they give residents the chance to feel like they are a part of the community.

The local market, which Wareham still holds on Thursdays and Saturdays, allows people the chance to mix with other locals and buy goods sourced and made nearby.

Events that showcase the town are a large part of Wareham's community, giving newcomers the ideal chance to get involved.

For example, each year it holds a local music festival that allows bands from surrounding Dorset areas to play both indoor and outdoor venues.

In addition, there is also an annual carnival, in which residents can enjoy things like a fireworks display, a parade and various other events down at the town's quay.

For those looking to see more of the countryside while they are living in Wareham, the chance to visit the River Frome or the South Dorset foothills will both give the opportunity to take a variety of walks and nature trails.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801832872-ADNFCR

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