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Andover has a population of 62,000 (according to the most recent You.Gov census in 2011).
The picturesque A303 (gateway to the south west) lies to the south of Andover and it’s just a short hop to the M3. Direct trains run t London Waterloo taking approximately one hour and ten minutes.
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Armishaws operate Andover removals and in the surrounding area including;
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If you’re making the move to Andover, here are our top tips for the very best the town has to offer;
A fantastic day out, Finkley Down Farm is packed with thrills and laughter, soft play, animal handling, animal feeding, Little Farmer’s driving school… Endless fun!
There are so many reasons to love this fantastic home and gift shop. Every time you visit, you’ll find new goodies and it’s a great stop for those first items for your new home.
Once Armishaws have done the heavy lifting and you’re settled, head to The Dormy Mouse to check out stylish and positively dreamy sofas, chairs, soft furnishings and so much more.
Not simply packed full of fabulous trinkets, home inspiration and design touches, La Di Da also run paint workshops so you can start upcycling for a fresh new look.
These fromage artisans have taken the humble grilled cheese sandwich and taken it to another level. Never has so much flavour been packed between two slices of bread. Fabulously addictive!
Dating back to before 950 AD, the town has come a long way since originally being the site of a hunting lodge. Both its history and business have both played a major part in the town’s evolution, from trade centre and wool market to the base of the likes of Twinnings Tea and the MOD. Today it is a bustling town with a broad selection of big high street names and independent retailers and producers.
You really will be spoilt for choice, Andover and the surrounding area is packed with incredible things to do and places to explore.
The Hawk Conservatory Trust is a great way to see and support the work done by this excellent foundation. It’s also home to the National Bird of Prey Hospital. A hospital, for hawks, who knew?!?
If you prefer your flying to be mechanised you should head to the Museum of Army Flying with over 40 aircraft and exhibits, some of which surprisingly date back to the 18th century.
The area around Andover area has been the scene for some incredible finds, many of which can be found at the Museum of the Iron Age which is a wonderful facility for history buffs.
Rooksbury Mill is can be found just off the A303. Today the former 17th century mill is wonderfully picturesque and the perfect picnic setting (try saying that with a pork pie in your mouth!).
Danebury Hillfort is another excuse to get out in the fresh air and still a very impressive site which is one of the best examples of its kind in the UK.
The Lights Theatre is a 250-seater venue that has a wide and varied calendar bringing an eclectic mix of music, theatre and comedy to Andover.
To the south of the town the A303 links to the M3 for fast routes to Surrey, London and the M25 or down to the M27. By train you can reach London Waterloo in roughly an hour and ten minutes. The town also has a very good bus network which serves the surrounding community.