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Thinking what to do with the kids half term in Bucks?

Half term is fast approaching and with Hallowe’en also round the corner there is plenty to keep your children, witches and wizards of all ages entertained this half term. The …

Our interview with ‘The London Storyteller’

We recently had the pleasure of meeting Tom Barclay Matchett The London Storyteller If you are moving to London speak to Tom he will help you establish yourself in the …

Life after London – the PROS and CONS of making the move

A bigger home, excellent schooling options and green space are the three main reasons that our clients cite as to why they want to make the move out of London. …

Snapping up a Summer Sale

So with the sun blazing, schools nearly out and people heading off on holiday is this really a good time to be house hunting? At Chiltern Relocation we particularly enjoy …

Make a Splash this Summer

With the thermometer rising are your thoughts turning to a fabulous outdoor pool for a dip? If you have always dreamt of living in a country pile with a pool …

Pick of the National Trust outings in Bucks, Berks and Oxford

With the long summer holidays just around the corner and the chance to get out and enjoy the Chilterns in all its summer glory, Chiltern Relocation has put together your …

Crossrail is coming so which town should I move to?

With the completion of the Western Section of Crossrail scheduled for 2020/21, the areas surrounding the new Crossrail stations are witnessing a surge in interest.  With journey times of 46 …

Visit Meghan Markle’s Pre-Wedding Venue – Cliveden

You don’t need to be royalty to enjoy Cliveden House. Set in 375 acres of National Trust grounds everyone can get up close to see the house where Meghan Markle …

Cycling Relocation?

There is a multitude of reasons why our clients choose to, or need to, relocate however there is one reason we are seeing more and more of…..cycling.  The Chilterns is …

Summer Walks in the Chilterns

With summer now in full bloom why not get your walking shoes out and head off into the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) to make the most of …

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