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If schools are a priority for your move you can see the latest Ofsted ratings for Southampton HERE.
The most recent You.Gov census in 2011 states Southampton has a population of 253,000.
The M27 motorway encircles the north of the city and connects with the M3, A3 and M23 offering routes to the M25 and central London. By train you can reach London Waterloo in under one hour and thirty minutes. The city also has its own airport.
You’ll find all the latest Southampton news in the Daily Echo available in print and online.
Armishaws offer Southampton removals as well as operating within the local area including;
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After your removals Southampton has so much to offer. To help you find get settled, here’s our pick of the very best of this exciting city;
Forget the large chain coffee shops, if you want enjoy delicious cakes and bakes in a friendly family run café that just happens to offer some of the best food in the city then head to Kettle and Cake.
Selling a fantastic range of antiques, collectables, upcycled furniture and vintage treasures, Robin’s Nest Emporium also has a great café and excellent selection of tasty treats.
Once the boxes are unpacked and it’s time to start creating your perfect home, head to Bradbeers, the largest independent furniture store in the South.
The UK’s premier cruise port, Southampton has a great seafaring history and has seen some of England’s most famous ships set sail from its shores including the Mayflower, The Mary Rose and the Titanic.
The city dates back to the Stone Age and played a major part in the Second World War as it was one of the major ports used to embark troops for the D-Day landings. It’s also the site of the Spitfire’s maiden flight. The remains of the city’s 10th century wall can still be seen. Today the Southampton has a number of major companies, many connected to the ports, not forgetting the thousands of brand-new cars, freshly imported, that line the dockside.
The Mayflower Theatre is one of the UK’s most renowned theatres attracting number one tours and shows on the way to and from London’s West End. Cinemas, bowling alleys’ art galleries, museums and a huge range of restaurants will all entertain the mind and tickle the taste buds.
The main artery serving the city is the M27 which connects with the M23, M3 and A3, all of which reach into London. As well as one of the South Coast’s largest airports the city has a cruise terminal, ferry terminal and direct trains to London (both London Waterloo and Victoria stations) which take around one hour and thirty minutes.