CONSIDERING MOVING TO TO YORK? Home to Vikings, Victorians, chocolate-makers and innovators, and now – just maybe – you and your family! Excellent schools, great quality of life, enviable commuting options and housing stock and tons of things to do: those of us lucky enough to call York home have long known that it’s an amazing place to live.
Now, thanks to winning the Sunday Times Best Place to Live Award, the secret is out! Record numbers of families are thinking about relocating to York, but there’s a lot to think about. From the big question of which area to live in to the smaller, but no less important matters, of where to get your first night takeaway from, we’re here to help. Little Vikings (York for Kids) is the go-to print and online guide for families living in and visiting York, and we’ve shared our extensive local knowledge to help you decide where to live, move smoothly and settle into your new life in York. Our guide is an indispensable resource for anyone considering moving a move to the city with their family (or with starting a family in mind), packed with practical advice and insider insights to make the moving process as smooth as possible. It’s the only guide you’ll need to help you start your new life in York and hit the ground running.
What you’ll find in our Moving to York Guide:
Here’s just some of the information and insights that you’ll find in the Little Vikings Moving to York Guide:
– Ten reasons to live in York
– Why commuters choose York
– Getting around York
– Renting vs buying
– York area guide: Highlights of some family-friendly areas of York
– Moving in and setting up, including a moving house checklist
– Get connected: The best people, places and businesses to follow when you’re in York
– Childcare and education in York: schools and nurseries
– Family-friendly York: The Best Bits, from classes to days out, rainy days, parks, shopping, eating and more
Want to find out more? Have a read of our Moving to York Guide online now, or contact us for a paper copy. And if it doesn’t convince you that York is an amazing place for a family to move to and bring up children, nothing will. Who knows? Maybe we’ll be neighbours one of these days!