We’ll work with you to create a bespoke package tailored to your needs.
As a family-run company we understand what matter most to people when moving home. We don’t simply pack up and pick up possessions, we’re helping people relocate their lives and sometimes that takes a little more effort, and our friendly teams are trained to assist, from our bespoke removal packages to our free box recycling service. We’re also proud to be market leaders in greener removals, planting over 2,000 trees to offset carbon emissions as well as using eco friendly products and techniques to ensure that your move is worry-free and gentler on the environment.
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The ancient seat of learning is one of the UK’s most visited cities and attracts scholars from around the world. Future Kings, Queens, Prime Minsters and Presidents have all been educated at the famous colleges. Hitler was also a fan, it is believed he specifically ordered his bombers to avoid the city as he wished to make it his capital after WWII. Away from the famous spires, the county is green, picturesque and sparsely population. It has one of the lowest county populations while being home to the Chilterns and Cotswolds, both areas of incredible beauty, scenery and areas to explore. There are also plenty of great country pubs, galleries and places of interest to visit for anyone moving to Oxfordshire.
Population – 651,761 (2011 You.Gov census)
Area – 2,605 km²
Complete packing services from single items to entire contents.
Short and long term secured storage, we’ll deliver your items.
Environmentally friendly packing materials, brought to your door.
The county offers a great deal to explore – here are a few to get you started.
With over 300 years of history, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill has so much to see. There are grounds and gardens, the palace and events and exhibitions.
Chiltern Valley Winery & Brewery
Wine, beer and liqueur are all brought to life at this amazing and picturesque location. There’s a cellar shop, tastings and restaurant all surrounded by woodland.
Sensory learning and play, wilderness walk, adventure land, farm animals, feeding times, rides and a café for grown-ups to take a breather in a day of fun and young smiles.
Oxford Castle & Prison
Empress Maude (or a comedy facsimile) will take you on a guided tour of the castle that was once her home. And great sight where comedy is brought to life with a laugh.
As you’d expect, you’ll find excellent museums:
County news, events and updates can be found across a number of local publications;
One of the UK’s most visited and scenic counties, Oxfordshire enjoys the meandering River Thames, the Ridgeway National Trail, is home to the Chiltern Hills and lies at the heart of the Cotswolds. The county was left mostly undisturbed by the Romans and didn’t really find it’s feat until the 11th century when Oxford University opened its doors. During the Civil War it was the focus of the power struggle as the New Parliament made Oxford the new capital of England to both stand apart from the King’s rule in London and also protect itself from surprise attacks from His Majesty’s army.
Some of England’s most famous minds have spent time here. Alfred the Great (who created a single kingdom of England) and Sir Winston Churchill (the country’s most celebrated Prime Minister) were both born in the county. The university has produced countless politicians, comedians, writers, actors, doctors and scientists.
There are picture postcard market towns, traditional Cotswolds cottages, century old plus and coach houses, ghosts and castles, farms and nature reserves and a great foodie culture (not to mention some superb breweries and vineyards!).
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