These are three things I have told TLOML about Saltburn, the little surfer town in North Yorkshire that we are moving to this week:
1. Saltburn exists in a microclimate - something to do with being a distance east of the Pennines - which means the sky is always blue and it rarely rains.
2. People on the street will put money in a newborn pram. This tradition is dying out a bit but still persists among the elderly and the generous.
3. The tap water there is so deliciously soft we will never need to use our filter jug again, and our washing up liquid and showergel will lather up with abundance, and last for ages and ages.
One of them is not true. Can you guess which?