Armishaws offer tailor-made removal solutions to take the worry out of your big move.
All our relocation packages include;
A member of the British Association of Removers, Armishaws are a family-owned, company that have been operating in Hampshire since 1973. We pride ourselves on offering the highest levels of customer service and create bespoke packages, knowing each move is as unique as you and your family. We’re also committed to making a difference to the environment. Before you make the move, we’d recommend you take a look at the hundreds of reviews from happy customers on independent review site Trustpilot to see what people are saying about Armishaws.
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We’ve made a pledge to become carbon neutral. This includes planting 2,000 trees in the south of England, offering all our clients a free cardboard box recycling service, recycling our waste and using recyclable and recycled materials where possible. We also run a green fleet of vehicles so if you’re going, go green!
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You can view the latest Ofsted reports and scores for Haslemere HERE
The 2011 You.Gov census calculated Haslemere’s population at 13,000.
Running beside Haslemere, the A3 connects to the M25 and continues into London. Gatwick Airport is 50 minutes by car and trains to London Waterloo take 59 minutes. Haslemere is also well placed for commuting to Portsmouth and Chichester.
“Read all about it!” The Haslemere Herald is the town’s newspaper.
It’s not just removals Haslemere, Armishaws cover local towns and villages including;
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Once you’ve completed your removals Haslemere has so much to offer. Here’s our pick of the very best of Haslemere;
Conjuring up a hint of warmer climbs, Hemingway is a veritable oasis of good taste. From fresh ground coffee and smoothies to rich, indulgent cakes, it’s a great place to rest and enjoy.
Possibly topping our list of reasons to love Haslemere, REDH is all about English products. Locally sourced, locally produced artisan drinks, you’ll find a tipple for every occasion. Cheers!
Artisan deli, farm restaurant, cookery school, play area, Applegarth Farm showcases the countryside at its best. Somewhere we’re sure you’ll visit again and again.
Looking good shouldn’t cost the earth. Plum dress agency gives a second life to pre-loved, often designer clothing. So yes, a little black dress that’s also much greener.
Independent bookshops are real treasures that need supporting and preserving. Haslemere is blessed with an excellent shop with friendly knowledgeable staff and its own book club.
A town founded on textiles and iron works, Haslemere retains much of its artistic and artisan feel. Today there is a great selection of independent shops, cafes and businesses, excellent transport links all surrounded by breath-taking countryside.
The rich history is still in evidence with blue plaques, historic buildings and a well recorded history of the town and its former inhabitants. It’s also incredibly picturesque, somewhere drivers might slow to enjoy the houses and where life just feels a little bit calmer for a short while.
Haslemere boasts a small museum and just 30 seconds from the high street you’ll find the National Trust Swan Barn Walk where you can enjoy the countryside and some excellent views over the South Downs. Other places to visit if you enjoy the great outdoors is the Black Down Hills and The Devil’s Punch Bow which has its own wonderful myths and legends.
If you’re looking to ‘join the natives’ there are a number of societies, Women’s Institute, fine arts, book clubs, royal arts society, bell ringing, gardening, enough to keep you busy all year.
With trains to London taking under an hour, Gatwick less than 60 minutes by car and routes to the M25, Haslemere offers excellent transport links. Chichester and Portsmouth are also well within commuting range. The main road is the A3 which heads into London passing the M25.