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Plymouth’s population according to the most recent 2011 You.Gov census is 234,000.
The A38 connects Plymouth to Exeter, while the A385 runs east to the popular Torquay area. By train Plymouth connects to Bath and Bournemouth. Train times to London are in excess of four hours.
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It’s not just Plymouth removals Armishaws excel in, we cover the surrounding area;
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Plymouth removals are just the beginning of your new adventure in this historic location. Here’s a few tips for the very best Plymouth has to offer;
Not just the best bakery in Plymouth but one of the finest places to fill your own cake hole in the UK. An absolute treat that’s not to be missed.
You’ve made your move, now it’s time to make your mark, this great shop and friendly staff have all the products and tools to turn old furniture into new talking points.
You’ll find finishing touches and a splash of colour from the best local artists at Host Galleries. The best contemporary and fine art.
Perhaps Plymouth’s finest product has to be its rich seafood and the best place to sample it is the Boathouse Café where the location and menu are both exceptionally good.
It’s almost worth moving to Plymouth for Plymouth Gin alone. The oldest working gin distillery in England is also one of it’s finest! And yes, they are open for tours and tastings.
Steeped in history, Plymouth has so many wonderful quirks and firsts and has also played the part in some world changing moments. From the sailing of the Mayflower to England’s oldest bakery, the historic naval base to the country’s longest running gin distillery, you won’t be short of things to explore once you the dust settles from your Plymouth removals.
Local sights of interest include Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse, the National Marine Aquarium, there is also the Theatre Royal and Plymouth Pavilion for live entertainment. There are a number of golf courses, cinema and a huge selection of independent shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants all waiting to be sampled.
By rail Plymouth is a little remote, trains to London taking over four hours while Bath is still a considerable 2 hour journey. By car the A38 connects runs to Exeter while. East of the city the A385 extends to Torquay and Paignton.