Do you stay in one hosptial during fy1 and 2?Watch
Within one hospital you'll do 3 x 4 month rotations each year. A rotation could be in A&E or Osteo or Urology or GP or something. Sometimes the rotations are split - so in 4 months you'll spend part of your time in Urology and part of your time in elderly. If one of your rotations is GP then this is very unlikely to be at the hospital and much more likely to be a practice local to your central hospital - normally within about 10-15 miles.
My partner is now a GP - he did his foundation years in Yorkshire. Year 1 was at York hospital, Year 2 was at Scarborough - part of his first year rotation was GP in a village outside York. In FY2 he didn't move but commuted from York to Scarborough - it was definitely a tough year and he COULD have moved to Scarborough but he chose not to because all his friends were in York as he'd gone to uni there, plus I was living in Leeds at the time and felt Scarborough would have been too far for us.
have you finished med school now? have you been allocated your FY deanery?
I also worked a job where my site changed day to day - 90% in one hospital that was a 10 minute walk for me, but ~10% was in a completely different site about a half an hour drive away.
Remember they do have the right to just change your job after you move too, including where it is.
Welcome to the NHS.
My O&G FY2 job was based at three different hospitals spread across the county. You could be doing a theatre list in the morning at one hospital and a clinic in the afternoon at another.