Next Episode of I Escaped to the Country is
Series celebrating the house-buying success stories of people who went on to purchase a rural property they were introduced to on their original Escape to the Country journey.
Nicki Chapman returns to Herefordshire to catch up with her house-hunters, discovering how their plans of running holiday let business have come to fruition and how they've also become a firm port of call for the local wildlife. Whilst in the area, Nicki visits Ledbury Country Market and meets the committed food producers who are behind its ongoing success.
Jonnie Irwin is reunited with his avid equestrian house hunters in Suffolk. Since buying the unassuming property Jonnie showed them, the couple have ploughed their efforts into dramatically transforming it to suit their needs. They now enjoy the freedom of keeping horses on their own land. Whilst in the county, Jonnie visits the coastal village of Dunwich, which over the centuries has been gradually taken by the sea.
Jules Hudson returns to rural Somerset to be reunited with a retired couple, now happily living in the character home they all first saw together. As well as seeing the impressive alterations they've made to their country home, Jules discovers how they have immersed themselves in community life, including returning to work as a local church minister. Jules also catches up with other house buyers, who despite a hectic working life and serious setbacks along the way, have managed to make their personal mark on the property they purchased.
Alistair Appleton revisits the Welsh Border region and is reunited with a house hunting couple who originally had a ú475,000 budget and serious ambitions to start a smallholding. Within just a few years of moving into one of the properties Alistair showed them, they've not only transformed parts of their new home, but are also making impressive strides towards self-sufficiency on their land. Whilst in the region, Alistair takes in the countryside and heritage of the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway.
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