THE Welsh Government has sparked an NHS debate by tweeting: “Junior doctors from any part of the UK interested in working in Wales will find a very warm welcome here.”
The tweet was a response to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s decision to impose new contracts without agreement from the unions.
Following this cheeky jibe, we put together a list of reasons why junior doctors should cross the bridge and come to Cardiff.
- Cheaper accommodation
It costs £572 a month to live in Cardiff, which is 20.29% cheaper than the housing in London.
2. Scenic views
Take a stroll along Cardiff Bay or take a boat trip and enjoy the fantastic views.
3. Huge sporting events
The newly-named Principality stadium is considered one of the finest stadiums in the world
4. Live entertainment
Laugh until you cry at the Comedy Club, in Cardiff Bay, on a Saturday night
5. World class food scene
Cardiff international food and drink festival draws crowds from across the globe
Whether you’re drawn to the chain stores in the St David’s Centre or fancy a wander around the independent shops in the arcades, Cardiff caters for all tastes
7. The nightlife
From craft beer to Jager-bombs – Cardiff is the place to be for beer lovers and party animals