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Armishaws having been moving and shaking in Berkshire since 1973, helping families, individuals and businesses move to, from and across the county, plus international house moves. As members of the British Association of Removers we offer greater levels of financial security and pride ourselves on excellent customer service. We also value the incredible countryside of Berkshire, we’re market leaders in eco-friendly removals so you can be confident that your move won’t cost the earth. It’s one of the reasons our customers rate Armishaws so highly on Trustpilot.
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The historic county of Royal Berkshire is home to our current monarch and has played an interesting role in royal life over the ages. King Alfred, King John and Henry the VIII have all spent time in the county.
Today Berkshire is home to some of the UK’s largest tech companies, while offering excellent commuter links to London. Berkshire life is full of festivals and fine food. Award-winning vineyards, Michelin starred restaurants, artisan food producers and independent markets all add to the taste of the county.
Miles of rolling countryside, riverside walks and historical sites have shaped a great place to explore.
Population – 860,798 (2011 You.Gov census)
Area – 1,262 km²
Schools – See the latest Ofsted reports and scores for Berkshire schools – See Reports.
Here are some of our favourite days out;
The home of Britain’s longest raining monarch, Windsor Castle sits at the end of the incrediblly long drive. A stunning place to visit, explore and have a traditional cream tea.
Family fun for builders of all ages. There are rides, attraction, shows and of course mountains and mountains of Lego for young (and old) minds and fingers to explore.
You don’t need to be an experienced punter to enjoy a day at the races. Newbury is an excellent course for first timers to enjoy their first ever race meeting. “Be lucky!”
The National Trust is responsible for the care of the incredible site that was the meeting for King Alfred’s Wittern, saw King John sign the Magna Carta and Henry VIII woo Anne Boleyn.
If you’re looking for an educational day out, then Berkshire has a number of excellent museums including;
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The Royal County of Berkshire enjoys its regal moniker thanks to the Queen’s residence in Windsor. One of the Home Counties, the Thames flows through en route to London. In fact, the county has excellent links with the capital including fast commuter routes by road and rail.
The area is famed for horse breeding and racing as well as schooling, the world-famous Eton College has produced over a quarter of all British Prime Ministers. Scholars will have plenty to explore with a wide variety of museums and historic sites such as Runnymede. Notable events have included important battles fought by King Alfred against the Vikings and some decisive victories during the English Civil War. The county still has strong military ties with a number of large training camps and barracks still in place today.
Foodies are also well catered for, Berkshire has some of the best restaurants, vineyards and wineries in the country, that are all well worth exploring. There is a strong brewing history and today a number of artisan and independent brewers produce beer, gin and cider in the county.