They grow tall, so make sure you have support in place. They will need pruning at the end of the season, leaving the new growth to be the basis of next year’s crop.
They like slightly acidic, well-drained but fertile soils. If you can, site them in rows running north to south so they can maximum sunshine without shading each other.
If you have flying friends visiting your garden, you are lucky, but you might want to protect the fruit from aerial attacks using netting to cover those currants and berries.