Introducing East Anglia

With beautiful countryside in abundance, miles of spectacular coastline and bustling market towns and villages at every turn, you can get a true taste of rural life in East Anglia.

Given the region’s history, you’ll find a number of monuments and remains across East Anglia, including Norwich Cathedral and Sandringham House, among others.

With so many wide open spaces and forests to explore, there is ample opportunity to relax. The numerous sandy beaches along the coastline are great for a day out in a region where there is always something to see or do.

As can be expected given its size, you’ll find ample opportunity in East Anglia to do the things you love, and to try out new things as well. From award-winning restaurants and bars to vibrant nightlife, amusement parks and other attractions, there’s something to meet all tastes.

Professional sports clubs are dotted across Essex, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Sussex, enabling you to get your cricket or football fix – or whatever other sport you love for that matter.

Rural Britain can be truly spectacular and this is especially true in East Anglia. With hiking and cycling options to be found in all four major counties, there are a number of fantastic outdoor spaces to explore.

With the cost of living in East Anglia up to 65% cheaper than in London, it’s easy to see why many opt to commute into the capital, or enjoy what more rural settings have to offer. The good news for you is that you’ll have more money to spend on doing what you enjoy, as generally speaking the earning potential in these regions is broadly the same as in London.

There are hundreds of primary and secondary teaching jobs across Essex, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Sussex, meaning opportunities are never far away.

Click here to read more about life in the historic region of East Anglia.