How to use the Life After London forums

The forums are a powerful resource, open to everyone and allow direct access to hundreds of people already living in the area of your enquiry.

We are delighted to have built an active community where everyone is willing to help.

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How to make the most of the forums?

You can read everything posted by others, and the search button will help you find posts that might be of interest. There is no doubt that posting your own question is the best way to get answers that will really help you with your own move.

If your question is area specific write your question in the county within the most relevant sections.

If on the other hand you're asking a general question about your move please post in General Moving Chat. The more information you are able to provide in your question the more helpful the reply is likely to be.

Once you've posted a question our systems will get to work on your behalf, emailing all our contacts around the Country. If you need any help or have any questions please do email us or contact us using our contact us page.

When I was deciding which area to move to I posted a number of questions on the site about lots of different places, and always got prompt thoughtful responses which were very useful in helping us narrow down our choices. Lucy Brady

Moving to a new area where you don't know anyone is daunting but getting advice from someone on the ground is reassuring and helpful. Victoria Bennett

As an older mover I wanted a bit more information than the typical young family needs so it was great to look for responses from a wider range of contributors. The site is crying out to be used by a much wider community. Judith

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