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Moving to Christchurch ?
Christchurch is an historical riverside town in the County of Dorset, in South England. It is situated where the River Stour and the River Avon meet - The two rivers flow into Christchurch harbour, which is a natural harbour and very lovely! At the quayside a ferry will take you across to Hengistbury Head - or, further down, another ferry boat can whisk you off across the river to pretty villages on the other side. This ferry ride originated in 1880 by a man named, Eli Miller - In those days it cost a mere halfpenny to cross the river!
The town was originally known as Twynham, but became 'Christchurch' in 1094 after the building of the Christchurch priory. It then became an important trading port, and was actually fortified to protect it. However, in the 18th and 19th centuries smuggling was one of the town's most prosperous industries! This came about as a direct result of Christchurch's easy access across the river to neighbouring towns and villages, and the tricky entrance to the harbour acting as a natural obstruction to customs cutters (seaworthy vessels used in the law enforcement duties of the HM Customs and Excise).
This most easterly of coastal towns in Dorset attracts millions of tourists each year coming to enjoy its natural harbour, nature reserves, beaches and historical buildings, which include Christchurch Castle a Grade I listed building, whose earliest stonework dates back to 1160AD. The town also has much to offer in way of restaurants, high-street shops, cafes, bars, pubs and cultural venues. Each year there are some fantastic events taking place in and around the town, including a music festival held on the first weekend in July. The Christchurch regatta takes place in the second week of August and includes many events besides rowing competitions. Since 2000 the town has hosted a wine and food festival each May. This fabulous festival week-long festival was created to educate people in healthy eating and in the availability of seasonal and local produce. Included in the event is an exciting International Market, and also various cooking demonstrations for all age-groups.
There is a plethora of job opportunities in this area - Not only is Christchurch located just a few miles from the large town of Bournemouth but it is also very close to Bournemouth Airport, one of the busiest international airports in England and which has proved to be a very important economic generator for the area. Also located nearby are Channel Express, FR Aviation, College of Air Traffic Control, Sainsbury's, and more - all of which are major employers in the region. Christchurch is also home to a number of reputable schools and learning centres.
The surrounding countryside is rather gorgeous - The nearby New Forest is a haven for hikers, cyclist and ramblers,and then of course there is the stunning coastline, which, with its delightful beaches, can be enjoyed by everyone! With so much going on and so much to do, Christchurch is undoubtedly a wonderful, exciting and fun place to call home!