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Leatherhead’s population stood at 32,000 according to the 2011 You.Gov census.
Just off the M25 with direct routes to the capital, you can reach central London from Leatherhead in under 50 minutes by train. The town is equidistant between Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Other major roads nearby include the A3 for Guildford and Portsmouth and M23 for Brighton.
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Armishaws’ Leatherhead removals include UK and international moves and cover towns and villages in the local area such as;
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Your new life only begins with your Leatherhead removals. Once you’ve settled in you can ‘go native’ with our top picks of the best places to explore;
From intricate jewellery to giant garden sculptures, Fire & Iron Gallery is a great place to find fabulous pieces. There are also exhibitions, workshops and stunning gardens.
Pig races, pony rides, animal feeding, rare breeds, play areas, tea rooms, gift shop, tractor rides, whether you’re looking for local produce or want to pet rabbits, this is a great family day out!
Fresh beer straight from the cask? And this is Surrey Hills Beer, the true taste of Surrey. As well as an excellent gift shop (take away beer!), the brewery tours are well worth a visit.
To make your house your home we recommend Englishman’s Castle with furniture, furnishings and accessories to suit every room.
If you’re really going to get out and explore the Surrey countryside two wheels is the beat (and cleanest) way to do it. This friendly shop will help get you started and maintain your bike.
Part of Celtic Britain, predating the Romans, Leatherhead dates back to AD 880 when it was known as ‘Leodridan’. It was recorded in the Doomsday Book and for 300 years was a major stopping point for horse drawn carriages and mail services in and out of London. As such it also has a few tales of local highwaymen and ‘colourful’ characters.
Today it is a thriving commuter town with great transport links, independent shops and a very good selection of cafes, bars and restaurants.
As well as offering easy access to London’s museums, events, galleries and theatres, Leatherhead itself is a modern town with excellent amenities. A large leisure centre is home to three swimming pools, two sports halls, soft play area, squash courts, indoor bowls and a gym. If you prefer your sport ‘straight down the middle’ there are a number of local golf courses.
The town’s quirky/quacky side comes into evidence at the annual duck race (see what we did there?!?), while there is also an arts festival, music events, museum and theatre.
Sitting a stone’s throw from the M25, Leatherhead offers exceptionally good transport links. Equidistant between Heathrow and Gatwick airports you can be at either within 35 minutes. Trains to London take under 50 minutes. Commuters also have fast access to the A3 and M23.