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See the latest Ofsted scores for Shaftesbury HERE.
According to the 2011 You.Gov census, Shaftesbury has a population of 7,300, there are also a number of outlying hamlets and villages within the area.
To the east of Shaftesbury the A350 runs north to Warminster connecting with the A303 route to the South West and east to the M3 to London and M25. Heading south the A350 connects with Poole for routes to Bournemouth and the M27. The nearest train station is in Gillingham, providing services to London Paddington.
Shaftesbury news is covered in the Gillingham News.
Armishaws’ Shaftesbury removals cover village and tons in the local area including;
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Shaftesbury has so much to offer once you’ve completed your Shaftesbury removals. If you’re not familiar with this popular destination, here’s our pick of the best it has to offer;
With stunning views overlooking the cobbles of Gold Hill and Blackmore Vale, the Salt Cellar has a menu to match. The perfect place for a delicious cream tea as you watch the world go by.
Featuring clothing, jewellery, homewares, gifts and more this fantastic little shop is like a Tardis with a surprising number of goodies whatever you’re looking for.
Coconut & Cotton offer Earth conscious living helping to make your home plastic free and also feature a gallery, plant shop and café. A real treat of a store.
An absolute must for your new home, this heaven scented store has something for every room as well as their environmentally friendly scents and candles.
Dating back to 880AD Shaftesbury is a quaint and attractive town with historic buildings, modern shops and cafes, great restaurants and bars, nestled in some of the most spectacular countryside. The town formed its routes thanks in part to the Abbey built by Alfred the Great and presided over by his daughter, the first abbess. Today the town has wealth of independent stores and is ideally suited to explore the many villages and places of outstanding natural beauty in the area.
Shaftesbury boasts two museums, a large number of architecturally interesting and listed buildings as well as parks and scenic walks. There are also festivals, events and markets throughout the calendar.
The A350 runs just to the east of the town connecting with the A303, with routes to the South West and London, before heading on to the picturesque town of Warminster. Driving south the road leads to Poole and routes on to Bournemouth and Southampton. Shaftesbury no longer has a train station (although there has been murmurings for the route to be reopened) and the nearest station is in Gillingham, a 15-minute drive.