We’ll work with you to create a bespoke package tailored to your needs. All our relocations include;
Armishaws having been moving and shaking in Buckinghamshire since 1973, helping families, individuals and business 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 Buckinghamshire, 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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Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Sites of Special Scientific Interest, great days out, more stately homes than you can shake a shooting stick at and within easy commuting distance of London and the city, it’s no wonder it’s so popular.
Population – 504,692 (2011 You.Gov census)
Area – 1,874 km²
Schools – See the latest Ofsted reports and scores for Buckinghamshire schools – See Reports.
Bletchley Park was the home of the WWII Codebreakers. The father of computing Alan Turing created the Enigma machine here that was responsible for decoding Nazi transmissions and credited with shortening the war.
Built on the site of a former RAF base, Silverstone is considered to be the home of British motor racing. In 1947 locals created informal race meets named ‘The Mutton Cup’ after an incident with a sheep that had wandered onto the track.
This stunning, natural landmark stands 233 metres (757 ft) above sea level and offers unspoilt views across the county. Popular with walkers, off-road cyclists and sightseers, it is managed by the National Trust and part of The Chilterns AONB.
Part of the Zoological Society of London and twinned with London Zoo, Whipsnade is a vital part of worldwide efforts to save endangered species. An amazing family day out, it’s even possible to stay in the zoo overnight (but the keepers don’t feed you!).
Buckinghamshire has a wide and varied selection of museums covering everything from writers and furniture design to aircraft and Saxon England including;
Buckinghamshire has a number of websites dedicated to news and local events.
One of the Home Counties, Buckinghamshire is within easy commuting distance of London. Great for those working in the city, it’s also excellent for those that love the great outdoors. Parts of the Chiltern Hills, which are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, run through the county, as well as a number of Sites of Special Scientific Interest.
For those considering Buckinghamshire removals to start a new life in the county you’re in good company, ‘Bucks’ is home to more National Trust properties than any other county in the UK. Successive Prime Ministers have escaped to Chequers which is the Prime Ministers’ official country residence and has seen some historic events and meetings over its chequered history.
There are great days out to be had including Whipsnade Zoo, Silverstone race track, The Hellfire Caves, Gulliver’s Theme Park, the National Museum of Computing and Bletchley Park. From picturesque locations such as the stunning town of Marlowe (loved by writers) sitting on the banks of the Thames, to Beaconsfield with it’s fine pubs and restaurants, to the much-maligned but magnificent Milton Keynes with its concrete cows and celebrated roundabouts.