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Removals in Somerset

For removals to or from Somerset, call Armishaws on 0800 917 1015 for a FREE quote.

Armishaws has its headquarters in the Somerset town of Wincanton, so we have expert local knowledge of the area. Since 1973, we have moved many people both to and from Somerset and we would be glad to help you too. Please contact us and we would be delighted to design a Somerset removal service directly tailored to your needs.

We have been moving our customers to/from Somerset for many years and our Somerset removals experience is second to none.

Why Choose Armishaws for your removals to Somerset?
Armishaws Removals provide removal and relocation services to all areas within Somerset.
Our Somerset removal services can include:

  • Local and long distance
  • Full loads and part loads
  • Worldwide shipping
  • Removals services to France, Spain and Portugal
  • Containerised storage facilities
  • Friendly, personal service
  • Packing service, export wrapping
  • Family-owned and run since 1973
  • Free survey / same day quote
Call now on Freephone 0800 917 1015 for a no obligation quote

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Somerset Facts

  • Somerset is located in South West England bordering Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Devon
  • Somerset's population in 2008 was 912,000
  • Somerset is mainly agricultural with the traditional production of wool still going strong
  • The climate is mild with the average temperature around 7 degrees in January and about 21 degrees in August
  • The county town is Taunton
  • The county has been continually occupied since neolithic times
  • Somerset is home to Cheddar Gorge which is the largest gorge in Britain at 500 feet and also "Sweet Track" which is the oldest man made road in the world
  • The county's area is 1,610 sq miles
  • Somerset is known for its strong cider
  • The first known use of the name Somerset is in 845, after it fell to the Saxons