need some advice stay in Essex or move to Stowmarket?

(7 Posts)
staceyfordy Mon 11-Mar-13 22:27:35

Hi fellow mums I'm considering moving my family to stowmarket? My reasons are better upbringing,outdoors more social and active, village lifestyle cheaper rental market me and my partner can transfer with our jobs essex is great also I no it very well, love the shops and central of chelmsford for its amenties but I worry abiut crime, the populatio I'm worred my son will grow up to be a chav outside MC Donalds I'm so torn I have friends in stowmarket and in essex any help or advice would be great!? Schools, stowmarket in general, what do thy do there any events etc thanks for your help x

howdoo Tue 12-Mar-13 00:44:12

Um, if you mean moving from Essex in the UK to Stowmarket in the UK, this might be better off in Chat etc rather than Living Overseas!

(If there is a Stowmarket in NZ or somewhere then apologies!)

ripsishere Tue 12-Mar-13 00:54:23

IMO, Essex is as nice as anywhere else. Hoping that your DC won't become chavtastic is surely down to you. You inculcate values and beliefs. I do.

fussychica Tue 12-Mar-13 17:52:06

Stowmarket????????????

staceyfordy Tue 12-Mar-13 20:11:25

sorry haven't used this before so wasn't sure where to put my question? smile i am aware it is down to your upbringing and i can assure you i give my son the correct guidance but i'm thinking more about the environment city life or country life trying to think what would be best all round?

fussychica Wed 13-Mar-13 16:05:07

I was brought up in Essex but left when I was in my 20s - personally I wouldn't want to go back - it's far to busy for me - now live in the west country. Sorry I don't know anything about Stowmarket.

If you haven't already done so put this in Chat or Property for more responses.

TheRealFellatio Wed 20-Mar-13 06:19:05

I'm worred my son will grow up to be a chav outside MC Donalds

Well if that is what you are trying to avoid then I would say that Stowmarket is probably not the best place to go. It would be a case of out of the frying pan and into the fire from what I've heard......

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