Just like your home, your move is as individual as you are, that’s why Armishaws offer bespoke removals packages to make your relocation as smooth as possible.
As standard our removals service includes;
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The Hampshire village of Hook has a population of 7,000 according to the most recent 2011 You.Gov census.
A short distance from Basingstoke, Guildford and Reading, this quiet village is just minutes from the M3. Direct trains run from Hook to London’s Waterloo station taking approximately 1 hour 3 minutes.
Along with removals Hook we also operate in the surrounding towns and villages including;
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New to Hook? Here’s a little local knowledge and our top picks of the best Hook has to offer.
If you’re feeling theatrical or just want news on forthcoming productions, you can find information about the Hook Players on their website.
Four legged friends and feathered new residents can get settled in with a little help from the friendly team at Hook Pet Supplies.
Once you’ve unpacked the boxes, take a trip to the nearby Bartley Heath Pottery where you can find a wonderful locally crafted centrepiece to take pride of place in your new kitchen.
You can get all the local news, information and important dates as well as points of view and notices from the excellent Hook Focus.
When it comes to relocations and removals Hook is a much sought-after commuter village perfect for London commuters, as well as nearby towns such as Fleet, Basingstoke, Aldershot and Guildford. Major employers in the area include the Ministry of Defence, Hewlett Packard and Virgin Media.
For a small place Hook is packed with things to do. Annual events include a flower and produce show, beer festival, fun run and a summer fair. There is also the Hook Eagle Morris Men and Hook players local amateur dramatics society. Golf fans are spoilt for choice with the course at Hatley Wintney a particular favourite.
The M3 gives excellent links to Basingstoke and the M25. If you prefer to let the train to the strain, you can be in London Waterloo in just over an hour.