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There are almost 800 Guild Member agents in the UK; this Christmas, we thought we would showcase some of the most festive sounding locations and how to get in touch with the nearest Guild agent.
Cold Christmas is a Hamlet in Thundridge, Hertfordshire. Just over ten minutes from Hertford and just under ten minutes from Ware, Thundridge is a great, quiet home for commuters who can be in the capital within the hour.
Cold Christmas’ claim to fame is the ruins of Little St Mary’s Church, nicknamed Cold Christmas Church. It dates back to 1086 and is famous for rumoured hauntings!
If the paranormal isn’t for you, there is plenty of festive activities to enjoy, including a The Ware Dickensian Evening in early December and the Hertford Christmas Gala at the end of November.
If Cold Christmas has captured your imagination, take a look at Ensum Brown Estate Agent’s website to further explore Ware and Thundridge.
St Nicholas Lane, East Lewes
Good old St Nicholas has his own land in Lewes, but if you are seeking more than a festive name to send your letters to Santa from, Lewes Estates has a lot going on.
With a castle to conquer and priory remains to explore, there is plenty of history in Lewes. But, this Sussex town is full of life and they have embraced the festive spirit. Find their events and discover more here.
To find a new home in 2017 in this vibrant town, get in touch with Lewes Estates.
Christmas Lane, Farnham Common
Christmas Lane can be found in Farnham Common. It is a small town which adjoins the ancient woodland of Burnham Beeches meaning there is ample room to wander the countryside with your dog – perfect for walking off your Christmas lunch!
One of Farnham Common’s claims to fame is that Fuzzy Felt was invented here during WWII!
If you want to move to Farnham Common, only 3 miles outside of Slough and great for commuters, get in touch with Foreman King Estate Agents.
Turkey Street, Enfield
The bird of Christmas: the turkey. Supposedly, the UK consumed approximately 10 million turkeys. Although a comparatively new addition to the Christmas table, only really becoming widely available after he 1950s, the turkey is a firm tradition these days.
Turkey Street station is in Enfield and you can be in London in 30-40 minutes. Enfield Town Park is a 9.5 hectares of space and you can visit beautiful stately home Forty Hall for a touch of culture.
Explore Enfield with the help of Barnfields.
Rudolph Street, Bolton
No matter the time of year, there is no mistaking the red nosed hero of Christmas hiding out in this street in Bolton. This town in Greater Manchester is a former mill town, which means there is a rich past to delve into at the museum.
Take the family down to Smithills Farm and see Santa in his Grotto followed by party games, arts and crafts. For the more adventurous, you can feel the wind in your hair on the giant snow slide or go ice skating in Victoria Square.
Interested in moving to Bolton? Pearson Ferrier can help.
Reindeer Road, Fazeley
If Rudolph is not enough, you could find the whole heard in this street! Fazeley is a small town on the outskirts of Tamworth, just around the corner from Drayton Manor Theme Park and Zoo. If Drayton’s Magical Christmas isn’t enough festive spirit for you, the Snow Done offers skiing, snowboarding and ice skating!
Get in touch with Mark Evans Estate Agents to get under the skin of Fazeley.
Elf Row, London
If you are seeking a little helper, it is Elf Row in London you’re looking for. London is the perfect place to enjoy Christmas; from Winter Wonderland to a host of pop up bars which mimic chalets and igloos, there is something for everyone.
To find your own home in London (not too far from Elf Row), get in touch with Relocators.
Sleigh Road, sturry
Sturry is a village on the Great Stour River, just five miles North East of the historic cathedral city, Canterbury. With Dick Wittington and Hansel & Gretel on at the theatre and a carol concert this is a great place for a traditional Christmas.
Canterbury has plenty to keep the whole family occupied, including punting, ghost tours, and cycles to hire – it isn’t just for Christmas!
Contact Gordon Miller Property Consultants to find out more.
Clementine Walk, Woodford Green
There’s several explanations for the iconic clementine at the bottom of our stockings, the simplest being they were once a very scarce treat. Whatever the reason, there is no denying there’s usually a clementine laying around the fruit bowl.
Clementine Walk is in Woodford Green, in the London Borough of Redbridge and not far from Essex. Surrounded by forests, lakes, country parks and open spaces yet only 35 minutes from London, this town has so much to offer – not to mention a Beauty and the Beast at the pantomime this season!
If Woodford Green is tempting you, contact Victor Michael Estate Agents for more.
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