Just like you, your home is unique and so is your move. We don’t do “Standard”, Armishaws create tailor-made removals packages to fit you, your home and everything you need for your new life.
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See the latest Dorchester Ofsted ratings HERE.
The most recent You.Gov census (2011) calculated the Dorchester population to be 54,000.
East to West Dorchester is served by the A35 running to Bournemouth and Lyme Regis. North to South the A37 connects with Yeovil and Weymouth. The fastest train to London Waterloo takes 2 hours and 44 minutes.
You’ll find local news and notices in the Dorset Echo.
We provide bespoke Dorchester removals services for longer haul destinations as well as the local area including;
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If you are moving to Dorchester or the local area these are our top tips of the best the town has to offer;
A stunning eatery serving mouth-watering meals with bakery a counter that will just make you want to smoosh your nose on glass as you savour their incredible fresh baked cakes and pies (please note, ‘smooshing’ is not allowed on the premises!).
If you’ve just moved to Dorchester then make this your first stop. Chock-full of wonderful curios, furnishings, furniture, vintage finds, it’s an Aladdin’s cave of home décor or wonders.
Not just one of our favourite shops in Dorchester, this is one of our favourite shops anywhere! Filled to the brim with amazing home-wear, gift ideas and a passion for style.
Now you’ve moved your old furniture in, head to woods to find those finishing touches and new pieces to fall in love with. They offer interiors that are hard to resist.
Before the furniture or dust settles, pop in to the ever so friendly and knowledgeable Dorset Wine Co where you can pick up a bottle(s) of something special to toast your new home. And yes, you will go back. Often!
The country town of Dorset has a rich and rounded history, from its famous authors and sporting sons (Martin Chivers and Harry Rednapp both played for Dorchester FC), to the Roman ruins and iron age hill forts, through to it’s brewing pedigree. Theirs is so much to celebrate and fall in love with. And you can do it for longer, life-expectancy in Dorset is two years greater than the national average.
Once you’ve finished with your Dorchester removals, and are ready to enjoy the local comforts such as eating, drinking shopping, then Dorchester is perfect for all three. There is a wide variety of cafes, bars and restaurants. And this isn’t a party town, you’re unlikely to see large crowds dancing in the street, what you will find are welcoming venues, great food and drink and a friendly town proud of its heritage.
Along with a fantastic selection of independent shops and traders, there are two weekly markets. Dorchester market sees over 200 local producers and food artisans bringing their wares to a hungry public. One of the finest markets in the South West, it’s not to be missed.
History lovers are spoilt for choice with a number of museums in the area as long as sites of historical interest, from Thomas Hardy’s house to iron age hill forts. Dorset Falconry Park, Kingston Maurward Park & Gardens, and Athelhampton House are all excellent days out to add to your Dorchester ‘to-do’ list.
One of the things to love about Dorchester (and there are many) is the distinct lack of motorways. Yep, not a three-lane, snarled up traffic jam anywhere to behold. What you will find is the gentle A37 connecting Lyme Regis and Bournemouth. North to south the A37 runs between Yeovil and Weymouth. Dorchester’s trains run direct to Bath, Bristol and Cardiff. The fastest rail route to London Waterloo takes approximately two hours and forty-four minutes.