If you are moving house, looking to start a new life in Cirencester or retiring to Cirencester, we can help you.
Why Choose Armishaws for your removals to Cirencester?
• Local and long distance
• Full loads and part loads
• Worldwide shipping
• Removals services to France, Spain and Portugal
• Containerised storage facilities
• Friendly, personal service
• Packing service, export wrapping
• Family-owned and run since 1973
• Free survey / same day quote
Armishaws always work to the highest standards and are proud to have held the BSEN 12522 certificate since 1999
The east Gloucestershire market town of Cirencester lies on the River Churn, a tributary of the River Thames, and is home to the oldest agricultural college in the English-speaking world. Twinned with Itzehoe in Germany, Cirencester is the largest town in the Cotswolds, and was first referenced in AD 150. The first time a coin toss took place was in Cirencester in 1892, to determine an outcome in a by-election. Henry VIII closed Cirencester Abbey in 1539, with the buildings cannibalised to use for housing. Today, only a Norman arch remains. The Romans built an amphitheatre in Cirencester where people could watch wrestling and bear-baiting. On special occasions, gladiators fought in the arena. Medieval Cirencester was important, as with only a population of under 2,500, the town grew rich on the wool trade.
Armishaws Removals provides removal and relocation services to areas in Gloucestershire. We are able to help design a service to fit your every need. With multiple branches nearby, we are the best local choice for all removals in Cirencester, with a professional and trusted team always willing to provide a great value service, to put you at rest when moving or storing your valued possessions. We have vast experience of helping with moves all across the south of England, and all over the world.
There are plenty of things to do in Cirencester, many of which are free and convenient. The park is home to spectacular wildlife, and rich history. The house has the tallest yew hedge in Britain, which is 10m wide, and 140m long.
There is also the renowned Cirencester Antiques Market, and Open-Air Swimming Pool, all close to the town centre, both providing an exciting and interesting way to spend your day. The Antiques Market offers some real fantastic finds, which you can grab at a reasonable price, perfect for bargain hunters. The open-air pool is great for all ages, and will provide an opportunity to let the kids run wild, and also get some exercise, no matter how leisurely or intense you need it.
Nearby at Cotswold Airport is the exhilarating Heli Adventures, a helicopter tour company that can take you all around Gloucestershire and other locations such as Cardiff, Bournemouth, Exeter, Wolverhampton and many more. What better way to capture the beauty of the local area, than from the skies.
The exciting Cotswold Country Park and Beach, in Shorncote near Cirencester, is home to a great range of facilities, including a family beach, inflatable obstacle course, paddleboards, kayaks and even a pizzeria. It is perfect for a fun family day out, and is also a great experience to share with mates.
By car, the A429 runs directly through Cirencester, which can be picked up from Junction 17 on the M4. From the north, you can pick up the A429 from the M40. Accessibility to and from Cirencester by car is very straight-forward.
By train, you can catch a train to a few miles outside of Cirencester through Kemble Train station, which has active services to and from such locations of London, Cheltenham, Swindon and Reading.
By bus, there are regular services that run to surrounding towns and villages from Cirencester, and there is a central bus station within the town.
The town and surround villages have several primary schools and two main secondary schools. Cirencester Deer Park School and Cirencester Kingshill School are the two public secondary schools in the area, with an independent school, Rendcomb College, also on offer. Cirencester College is also in the town, located next to Deer Park School. There is also the Royal Agricultural University which is between Stroud and Tetbury Roads. Due to its fantastic location, access to Universities and other secondary schools is quite straight-forward but requires planning.
Whether you require long term or short term storage, our secure container storage system will ensure the safety and care of all your personal or business possessions. Whether you personally wish to store items to pass onto family and friends, store your home items while moving abroad or while you are between homes we can help.Find Out More
We cover removals and relocations to the whole of Cirencester, including:
Stratton, Chesterton, Watermoor, Siddington, Upper Siddington, Preston, Ampney Crucis, Harnhill, Driffield, Barnsley, Ampney St mary, Fairford, Meysey Hampton, Dunfield, Kempsford, Down Ampney, marston Maysey, Castle Eaton, Hannington Wick, Latton, Cerney Wick, South Cerney Somerford Keynes, Shorncote, Ewen, Kemble, Poole Keynes, Culkerton, Ashley, Coates, Tarlton, Daglingworth, Sapperton, Frampton Mansell, Oarkridge, Oakridge Lynch, Rodmarton, Cherington, Chalford, Brimscombe, Minchinhampton, Avening, Bussage, Thrupp, Woodchester, Nailsworth, Stroud and Stonehouse.
Cirencester is a market town in the heart of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire. it is 93 miles west of London, and is home to the Royal Agricultural College which was founded in 1840.
We provide removals and relocation services to Gloucester and its surrounding areas.
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