Where do you think is the happiest place to live?
<tipso accorto>According to<tipso accorto> a recent study by Rightmove, green spaces, a friendly <tipso community>community<tipso community>, and <tipso amenities>amenities<tipso amenities> such as schools, sports facilities and restaurants are all important things to make a place feel happy.
Rightmove's Happy Home Index study asked 21,000 British people how they feel about where they live - to find out which place in Britain is the happiest place to live.
Number 1 on the list is Hexham in Northumberland.
The Mayor of Hexham, Derek Kennedy, said: "Hexham is glad to be awarded the happiest place to live in Great Britain.
"We are a small town with great history, Hexham Abbey and other <tipso historical>historical<tipso historical> buildings, and our marketplace is 800 years old.
"There is a wonderful community <tipso spirit>spirit<tipso spirit>, people are very <tipso supportive>supportive<tipso supportive> of one another."
The average price of a house in Hexham is £297,088. It's cheaper than the average house price in England, which is around £342,401. It might be the happiest place to live because the cost of living is so low!
On the other hand, the second happiest place to live in Britain is Richmond Upon Thames. Which has an average house price of £1.2 million.
And Harrogate in North Yorkshire Is the third most happiest place to live.
The Happy Home Index survey found that seaside villages had the happiest people. In addition, Market towns also seem to have many happy people.
If you are planning a move to Wales, you might want to <tipso consider>consider<tipso consider> Llandridod Wells, which is 5th place on the list.
Meanwhile, Stirling in Scotland was named the 6th happiest place to live.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Many people in Britain have moved homes to lower their stress levels.
69 percent of people who had moved during the pandemic, <tipso relocated>relocated<tipso relocated> to a new town or village.
And 81 percent of those people agree they are now much happier than before.
What are some happy places to live in your country?