No two moves are the same, so we create a tailor-made removals packages to make your move as smooth as possible. As standard our service includes;
How We Can Help With Your Move…
See Ofsted school ratings for Camberley HERE.
According to the most recent You.Gov 2011 census Camberley has a population of 38,000.
Camberley is perfectly situated for commuting to London with the M3, and M4 within easy reach and direct trains to London Waterloo taking approximately 1hr 16minutes.
SurreyLive is the main local source of local news.
As well as serving Camberley Armishaws’ premier service clovers the local are including;
Ask our friendly team for a free, no hassle quote today.
If you’re moving to Camberley here are some of the best places you MUST visit to sample the best of Surrey.
Using the best, locally sourced ingredients by a friendly team who are passionate about good food, Mullens is a delicious stop to lose time and gain calories.
If you love the freshest ingredients then Passionate About Fish live up to their name. This friendly store serves up tasty treats prepared to order.
With a passion for taking gravity and turning it on its head, Gravity Force is a high energy, action packed day out for kids (with a tasty café for those more earthbound!).
This award-winning shop brings together local craft makers with all kinds of delightful designs including jewellery, homewares and more. Ever changing, it’s always worth a visit.
If you’re moving to Camberley then once you’ve decided where to put the furniture it’s time to start making that house and a home with a trip to this treasure of style, décor and finishing touches.
Sitting along a Roman road that was named ‘The Devil’s Highway’ Camberley has a strong military history. It was the site of an Iron Age fort, during the 17th century it was a turnpike road prowled by highwaymen. Daniel Defoe described the area in A Tour Thro’ The Whole Island of Great Britain as “horrid and frightful to look on, not only good for little, but good for nothing”. Later it prospered to become the roots of Sandhurst Royal Military Academy.
Today the military links remain along with a thriving business sector, shops and excellent local amenities.
Camberley’s shops centre around the Main Square, called The Mall. The High Street in the town has a number of independent shops as well as bars, pubs and restaurants. The town also has its own public library, museum, cinema and theatre, plus an active sport scene, including a leisure centre and swimming pool and a driving range in a neighbouring village. Picturesque parks and playgrounds are perfect for little ones to run wild, or you can get off the beaten track with great walks, canals and woodland to explore.
By car, the M4 (junction 10) and M3 (junction 4) are located close to the town, making Camberley removals a doddle with Armishaws team quite literally doing the heavy lifting.
By train, you can get to Ascot and Guildford and reach London Waterloo in a little over an hour.
By bus, there are regular services that run to Farnborough, Aldershot, Farnham, Guildford and even Winchester, that are easily accessible through Camberley.