No two moves are the same, so we create a tailor-made removals packages to make your relocation as smooth as possible. As standard our removals service includes;
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Epsom has a population of 31,000 people figures from the most recent You.Gov census (2011).
Just inside the M25, Epsom is close to M25, A3, M3 and Gatwick and Heathrow. Direct trains reach London Waterloo in 39 minutes
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As well as Epsom, we provide removals services to the surrounding area such as;
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If you are moving to Epsom here’s our rundown of the finest treats and stores in the town.
We cannot speak highly enough of this fantastic health and coffee shop. The products on offer are superb and the cakes and pastries are simply sublime!
This wonderful establishment offers a huge array of rare treats and sweets dating back to your youth (no matter how old you are!) with friendly, helpful staff to help you find those goodies.
Once you’ve made your move, Barnes and Fadden have everything you need including furniture, soft furnishings, lighting and more to make your new house the perfect home.
Have a break, have a muffin! Great bakes, delicious sandwiches, rich coffee, enticing teas and it’s all ethically sourced from this friendly and relaxed café.
For relocations and Epsom removals this pretty town really is perfectly located. There are plenty of green spaces and parkland, a good selection of local shops and services, high scoring schools and London is just a short train ride away.
Epsom is certainly not short of fun things to do and places to explore. Of course there is the racetrack and world famous derby. If you don’t fancy having a flutter then you can enjoy a wide selection of touring productions and live performances at the Epsom Playhouse. It also puts on a pantomime every Christmas (“Oh no it doesn’t!” “Oh yes it does!”… etc).
Little adventurers can head to Hobbldown Adventure Farm Park and Zoo for an amazing day out. There’s soft play, feeding times, high ropes, raptor centre, café, adventure park and so much more, it really is a full day of fun. Bigger thrill seekers might want to head to Chessington World of Adventures with its famous zoo, giant rides and rollercoasters.
If you prefer wide open spaces you’re spoilt for choice. Despite the proximity of London and excellent transport links, the area has a wealth of countryside and parkland to get out and explore.
The M25 is just minutes away while the nearby M23 offers a fast route to Brighton and the South Coast. By train London Waterloo will take just 39 minutes for daily commutes, theatre trips or days out.