Don’t just take our word for it – read real-life stories of people who have moved to Kent.
GP Mo Sohail first came to Margate in December 2003 as a locum doctor in A&E at the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Hospital.
A love of art, culture and entertainment attracted 34-year-old dietitian David Lee to move to Kent in 2017.
Yvette Kusel arrived in east Kent in November 2014 – via Australia, Japan, Germany and London. The clinical psychologist for older people decided…
The arrival of child number six in a tiny Greenwich house was the prompt for Sonja Bigg and husband Jules to decide on a move to Kent.
Susan Ashmore, 50, a practice development lead in Early Help for Kent County Council, made the move to east Kent when her daughter was at primary school.
Vanessa Purday flew more than 9,000 miles to be interviewed for the role of Consultant anaesthetist with the East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust (EKHUFT).
Fared Akordi moved to beautiful east Kent from Libya after training as a physiotherapist. He now works at Deal Hospital for Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust.
It was the opportunity for a change of career that brought Nicky Spencer and her partner Josh Morgan to East Kent from Dorset in June 2014.
Daniel moved to London from his native Romania seven years ago to work in the London Borough of Greenwich. He’s now a Team Leader in children’s services for Kent County Council and loving life in east Kent!
Ian Setchfield served 13 years in the RAF as a Sergeant in the Critical Care Air Support Team –retrieving and transporting critically ill servicemen and women around the world.
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