Supply Desk have 15 offices in England covering the South coast of Brighton, right up to the North East of the country. We appreciate that not everyone wants to live in London, so we also offer smaller cities, coastal towns and the beautiful English countryside. We pride ourselves on being the recruitment and relocation specialists, ensuring we help you find the location that suits you. Here is a short overview about each of our branch locations:
London, England’s capital, set on the River Thames, is a 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times. At its centre stand the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey, site of British monarch coronations. Across the Thames, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex, and the entire city. There are so many things to do in London, it’s tough to know what to do first! Many of the cities top attractions are free, making them affordable places to soak up some culture. Some of the most popular museums and art galleries include the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Tate Modern and The National History Museum.
Watford is a town and borough in Hertfordshire, England, situated 17 miles North West of central London making it a fantastic place to live if you’re working in and around Greater London. Our Watford office also covers schools in Hertfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Thurrock and Havering. If you’re a Potter fan, the Warner Bros. Studios houses the Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour, displaying costumes and sets from the Harry Potter films which is a great day out.
Brighton is an English seaside town, located approximately one hour south of London by train and is one of the coolest cities in the UK to live. Its broad shingle beach is backed by amusement arcades, food stalls and Regency-era buildings. The town is also known for its night life, culture, arts scene, shopping and festivals. Brighton is home to several landmarks, including the famous Brighton Pier, Clock Tower and The Royal Pavillion which are all top attractions to see when visiting the city.
Chelmsford is the only city in Essex, England. With a rich heritage, beautiful green spaces, first-class sporting, leisure and arts facilities, shopping, dining and vibrant night life, there is definitely something for everyone. Located 30 miles North East of London, Chelmsford is a lively and thriving area. The city covers 130 square miles and includes open countryside and attractive villages.
Kent is a county in South East England which borders Greater London, Surrey and East Sussex. Kent is often described as the garden of England as within its sea-lined borders you’ll find a fragrant landscape of gentle hills, fertile farmland, cultivated country estates and fruit-laden orchards. At its heart is Canterbury, crowned by its stunning cathedral. Canterbury tops the charts for English cathedral cities and is one of Southern England’s top attractions. In Kent you’ll also find beautiful coastal stretches dotted with beach towns and villages, from old-school Broadstairs to gentrified Whitstable and the port town of Dover.
Cardiff is a port city on the south coast of Wales, and is the capital city of Wales. Cardiff offers a wide range of unique attractions, top class entertainment and quality shopping, and it’s all within walking distance. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings and Cardiff Bay offers entertainment for everyone. Cardiff is a city of attractions, sport, culture and entertainment. Brilliant attractions such as Cardiff Castle, the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Bay draw people from all over the UK and abroad.
Manchester is a major city in the North West of England with a rich industrial heritage, vibrant social scene and emerging music industry. It lies within the United Kingdom’s second most populous urban area, with a population of 2.55 million. The Castlefield Conservation Area’s 18th-century canal system harks back to the city’s days as a textile powerhouse, and you can trace this history in Manchester’s museums. There are lots of exciting things to do in Manchester. The city centre, Northern Quarter, Spinningfields, Canal Street, Castlefield, Didsbury and Salford Quays are some of the best areas to visit, and host a wide range of shopping areas, food markets, charming cafe’s and entertainment. As well as being the fashion capital of the North, Manchester is also world famous for its sport, having the Manchester United and Manchester city football clubs a short distance from the city.
Leeds is a city in the English county of Yorkshire. It’s the third largest and one of the fastest growing, greenest cities in the UK. Few cities can boast such a varied calendar of activites, entertainment and festivals. Leeds has made itself a shopping mecca, its streets lined with bustling malls sporting the top names in fashion. When you’ve shopped till you’ve dropped, there’s a wide range of pubs, clubs and excellent restaurants to relax in.
Preston is a city in the centre of Lancashire, England. From historic links to Thomas Arkwright and the Industrial Revolution to those involving Preston North End, Sir Tom Finney and the Football League, there’s plenty to savour in Preston. Wander through Avenham and Miller Parks and Winckley Square to get a taste of the city centre’s green spaces, wildlife habitats and play areas. If shopping’s more your scene, sample Preston’s reputation as Lancashire’s shopping destination, offering two shopping centres and numerous high street brands.
Nottingham is a city in the East Midlands, 30 miles south of Sheffield and 30 miles north of Leicester. The city is famous for being linked to the legend of Robin Hood and to the lace-making, bicycle and tobacco industries. It’s a very historical city, having Nottingham Castle and the Nottingham Caves close to the city centre, as well as the oldest pub in England which is built into the rocks of Nottingham Castle and attracts thousands of tourists every year. Head into Nottingham for a spot of shopping, stunning architecture in the Lace Market or a great night out.
Sheffield is an exciting yet refreshingly down to earth city with a wealth of opportunities for work, rest and play. Sheffield charms by combining the friendly and welcoming atmosphere often associated with smaller cities with an impressive number of activities to do and sights to see. Its vibrant mix of inhabitants makes Sheffield an open-minded, interesting and truly welcoming place to call home. Musically, Sheffield has been the home to a number of high profile bands, including the Arctic Monkeys and Pulp, and the city retains an energetic indie music scene.
Huddersfield is a large market town in West Yorkshire, England. It is situated perfectly between Leeds, Manchester and Bradford making it a great location to travel the North of England. For those of you who enjoy a bit of culture, Huddersfield is a perfect place to immerse yourself, whether you enjoy classic architecture or a strong local history, there is something for everyone. With international food and drink festivals and an art gallery in the train station, Huddersfield offers lots of opportunities to try something new.
Sunderland is a city in the North East of England. There is plenty to see and do from beautiful beaches and countryside, to theatres, museums and galleries. Many of the city’s attractions are free and all offer a great day out, packed with fun. Sunderland is a welcoming, bustling city set right on the coast and at the mouth of the River Wear. It boasts wide sandy beaches and acres of relaxing and invigorating green spaces.
Lincolnshire is a historical county in the East of England. It borders Norfolk to the South East, Cambridgeshire to the South, Rutland to the South West, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire to the West. Lincolnshire is full of heritage, landscapes and traditions. From festivals to quirky events, from spotting the cheeky Lincoln Imp to catching a movie at one of the UK’s most unusual cinemas, there’s no shortage of things to see and do.
Southampton is the largest city in the county of Hampshire on the south coast of England, and is situated 75 miles south-west of London and 19 miles north-west of Portsmouth. From fabulous art exhibitions at the City Art Gallery, discovering the city’s history at SeaCity Museum or Tudor House and Garden to seeing chart topping bands at Southampton O2 Guildhall, whatever your mood, Southampton has an attraction or activity for everyone. The city boasts an impressive cultural offering, from museums, music venues and art galleries, to award winning parks and the general hustle and bustle of a diverse city with fantastic shopping facilities.