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Bridgwater has a population of 36,000 according to the most recent 2011 You.Gov census.
With its own junction off the M5, Bridgwater offers excellent transport links. Taunton, Glastonbury, the Quantock Hills and Exmoor are all within easy reach. Trains to London run through Bristol, Bath, Swindon and Reading and can take 2 hours and 22 minutes.
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We’ve been moving and shaking in Somerset since 1973 and as well as Bridgwater we also provide services to the surrounding area including;
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Our Bridgwater removals are just the beginning of your journey. To help you make yourselves at home, here’s our pick of the very best that Bridgwater has to offer;
A wonderfully friendly independent book shop, the Snug isn’t just a great place to enjoy a cuppa, it also supports local schools and thrills young minds A little gem of a store.
If you’re truly going to become a ‘local’ then this should be the first stop on any shopping trip. Suppling local breads, cheeses and more, it’s a true taste of Somerset.
There are many reasons to love the White Feather Coffee Co, the fact that they source their produce from the best local suppliers, the excellent customer service and the simply delicious cakes!
A family run company, Bedrock could help transform your new house into the perfect home. Beds, sofas, furnishings and more, a great place to discover.
Straddling the River Parrett, this historic town was once a major port and trading centre and is named in both the Doomsday Book and Anglo-Saxon Chronicle dating bake to 800 AD. Today it’s a charming market town, with a lively events, bustling shops and excellent transport links.
Bridgwater has museums, one dedicated to the local brick and tile industry that helped build the town and it’s wealth. The other is the Blake Museum, named after one of the town’s most famous sons, Robert Blake.
There is also a cinema, theatre, thriving market and a busy calendar of events and festivals.
Conveniently situated just off the M5, Bridgwater offers excellent transport links to Taunton, Glastonbury, Exmoor and on to Devon and Cornwall. The nearest airports are Bristol and Exeter. Trains to London take 2 hours and 22 minutes via Bristol and Bath.