Armishaws are the South West’s leading removals company, offering outstanding customer service.
All our packages include;
How We Can Help With Your Move…
See ratings and the latest Ofsted scores for Ferndown HERE
Ferndown has a population of 26,000 (stats, 2011 You.Gov census).
Sitting just off the A31, Ferndown is minutes from Bournemouth International Airport and Bournemouth with it’s 7 miles of golden beaches. The nearest motorway is the M27 leading to Southampton, routes to Brighton and the South East plus the M3 to London. There are no direct trains to London from Ferndown, trains from Bournemouth to the capital can take 1 hour and 41 minutes.
The best source of local and regional news is the Bournemouth Echo.
Whether you’re staying local or new to the area, our Ferndown removals also cover;
Ask our friendly team for a free, no hassle quote today.
Once you’ve made your Ferndown removals you can take a day off from the unpacking and explore the very best the area has to offer. These are our top picks;
One of Bournemouth’s leading attractions, you’ll find rides, attractions, live shows, picnic areas, cafes, gifts shops. A fantastic day out for the whole family.
Serving locally sourced treats and environmentally responsible, fair trade coffee, The Flying Teapot is a delightful shop that offers first class service and is much loved by its many loyal customers.
One of the finest farm shops in the South West, Pamphill has a butchers and exquisite café that is worth the trip alone! There are also a number of small artisan shops on site.
This local independent brewer is an absolute treat for the taste buds. And with their delivery service you don’t even need to leave the house but you can have cans or casks delivered to your door!
If we were to give one reason to move to Ferndown, Farm Girl Sausages would be it! Offering a huge variety of sausages and burgers, from venison to vegan, they’re absolutely tasta-sational!
Ferndown owes its prosperity to the Stewart family who came from Scotland and set up a nursery in the warm climbs of the Dorset countryside in 1864. They were the first to grow and sell plants in pots, the first to offer a mail order service and opened the UK’s first garden centre, helping revolutionise the horticulture industry.
During the 1940s and 50s Ferndown Zoo was an attraction for the many visitors heading to the seaside resorts of Bournemouth and Poole though is no longer in operation.
Today Ferndown is a modern town set in a rural location with moorland, heaths, forests, it’s a short hop to the picturesque Jurassic Coast and golden beaches of Christchurch, Poole and Bournemouth.
As well as a leisure centre, there are three golf courses, Ferndown Forest Golf Club and Ferndown Golf Club which includes The Old Course and Alliss Course (9 hole), named after a long association with the Alliss family. Kings George Field is a wide-open space featuring a tennis courts, bowling green, football pitches, play area, cricket pitch and skate park.
Dog walkers and artists have plenty to explore including Holt Heath, Ferndown Forest and Ferndown Heath. There is also a small theatre and a number of groups and societies covering a wide number of interests and hobbies.
The A31 to the east connects with the M27 and M3 close to Southampton to Winchester. Heading north the A34 meets the M4 north of Newbury. To the west Devon and East Dorset are accessible via the A31/A35. The nearest railway station is Branksome (6.8 miles away).