Your move, like your home is both special and unique. That’s why all our New Forest removal packages are bespoke, created to suit your needs and include;
How We Can Help With Your Move…
Ofsted ratings for the area are split into two categories.
See ratings for New Forest East HERE.
See ratings for New Forest West HERE.
The New Forest has a population of 179,000 as recorded in the 2011 You.Gov census.
The A31 is the major route through the New Forest and connects with the M27 and M3 to the east. There are eight train stations within the New Forest including Ashurst, Brockenhurst, Hinton Admiral, Lymington and Totton.
Armishaws offer New Forest removals across the region including;
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Once your New Forest removal is complete, it’s time to view your surroundings and find some new favourite haunts, here’s our pick of the best to welcome you home;
If you love the locally sourced produce and goodies then this award winning, family-owned farm shop is for you. A real treat and lovely place to spend a few hours.
Another great spot that champion local suppliers, The Sett also produce the kind of food you’d be happy to hike through the countryside for. Simply delicious!
If you’re looking for something truly special, New Forest Furniture create bespoke furniture from their family run base in Hythe.
More exquisite local produce is available from the New Forest Hamper Co. Great for treating friends and family but even better for treating yourself!
Not just good local beers, these are some of our favourite beers full stop! Yes, we would move to the New Forest just to secure a steady supply but thanks to their online shop you can buy online!).
Dating back to William the Conqueror who annexed the land as his own private hunting grounds, the New Forest spans two counties (Wiltshire and Hampshire) and covers 208 square miles. Famed for its fauna and flora it is home to the famous New Forest ponies which can be seen roaming free across what is the UK’s smallest and newest National Park.
There is just so much to do, little ones can go wild at Conkers Adventure Centre, there’s a plethora of zoos and farms, a timber festival, 10k run, plus the New Forest and Hampshire County Show. If that wasn’t enough for you there are craft companies offering workshops, micro-breweries and wine producers, and more restaurants, cafes and eateries then it would be possible to visit in a single season (without adding a few notches to your belt!?!).
Despite the calmer pace of life and rural setting, the New Forest has excellent transport links. Close to both the M27 and M3, there are eight train stations plus both an international airport and cruise terminal within easy reach.