31 Dec

Wimborne: Community lifestyle in a market town

Wimborne: Community lifestyle in a market town

Now that Christmas and the festivities have passed, there will be an abundance of people who are looking for somewhere new to live headed in to 2013. It was recently predicted that Boxing Day in 2012 was set to be one of the busiest browsing days of the year for people looking online for new houses, and in the time that has passed there will be more coming around to the idea of seeking out pastures new in the months ahead.

If you are having this sort of thought, then you will want to look for somewhere ideal to live that offers you the chance to live a modern and fulfilled lifestyle, as well as giving a nod to the past and making sure that it does not lose any of its character in its modernisation.

For this sort of lifestyle, you may not need to look any further than Dorset, and the sort of great life that can be discovered when you are seeking property for sale in Wimborne. The town is home to just 14,000 or so people, which also means that you can enjoy a slightly quieter and more rural lifestyle when you move there.

One of the key considerations of relocating to a market town can be the fact that they still make use of local markets that can make people feel like they are part of the community, as well as being able to meet others from the area and buying stuff that has been produced nearby.

In Wimborne, you will be able to enjoy a market three times each week, with the large meeting held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, having been moved out of the town to match its ever-growing stature in the area.

Other ways in which Wimborne will make you feel at home and like you are getting a little touch of the past in your life includes the fact that the town crier can be found in the centre on public holidays and weekends, part of the heritage of the area.

It also plays host to an annual folk festival that will make all residents feel like they are part of the community in the town and give them the chance to enjoy some rural-influenced music with a difference compared to mainstream sounds.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801513699-ADNFCR

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