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A family move from London to the Outer Hebrides in search of a quieter, safer environment and a better quality of life. Living in the South East of England is expensive. Services are under pressure and much time is wasted by traffic congestion. We follow a family who have decided to re-locate to the Outer Hebrides. The advantages include a quieter, safer environment and empty beaches.
Class Clips
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Class Clips, Geography
First broadcast:
16 March 2006

Classroom Ideas

Can be used for pupils to discuss the positives and negatives of urban and rural living. Once the positives and negatives have been identified, pupils can assess which is the most suitable location to live in.