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Living in Boston, England:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Boston, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Boston what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Boston is a thriving market town and fishing port on the East coast of England. It has a remarkable church which was used as a navigational point during the second World War by pilots of all nationalities. It hosts a market twice a week, selling produce that is locally grown by the farmers of the area.

Know of the facilities and entertainment of the town, or lack thereof. As a small town, Boston offers no social activities such as ice-skating, golf or other such entertainments, which leads to limitations in social activities for friends or families. However, the location of Boston ensures that through a simple train ride, car journey or other means of transport, the desire for social activities and entertainments can be fulfilled in neighbouring cities or towns, most notably Lincoln, Skegness and Peterborough.

Louise, says: 2020

Boston is a bustling market town in the sleepy county of Lincolnshire. It hosts a magnificent church that is known locally as The Stump. It is a rural community that thrives on the farm work available around the area. Boston is renowned for the place that the Pilgrim Fathers spent an evening in jail before setting sail to America.

The history of the town is to be kept in mind as this results in there being multiple buildings with a ‘blue plaque’. In preparation of moving to Boston, effort should be put into researching the history of the town, specifically that of the Guildhall, the Stump and the Gliderdrome.

Rebecca, says: 2020

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