We’ll work with you to create a bespoke package tailored to your needs. All our relocations include;
Armishaws have been moving and shaking in Surrey since 1973. A family-owned, privately run company we’re members of the British Association of Removers, giving you greater levels of financial protection, it also means we adhere to a strict code of conduct. At Armishaws all are teams undergo further training to ensure we offer the highest standards of customer care. We also provide green moves and are market leaders in eco-friendly removals, so you can be sure your move won’t cost the earth.
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Surrey is one of the greenest counties in England and more than 20% of the county is covered in woodland. It’s also star-studded, rock stars, movie A-listers, TV ‘slebs’ and sporting heroes have all made Surrey their home. Surrey is also a county of fine taste, award winning vineyards, artisan producers, beers, gins, bakers and champion sausage makers all ply their arts in this foodie haven. You’ll also find some excellent country pubs, remote eateries and Michelin starred restaurants.
Population – 1,132,000 (2011 You.Gov census)
Area – 1,663 km²
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in this fascinating and cultured county.
The world-famous Royal Botanic Gardens are home of the world’s largest seed conservation project and stands on a sight covering 500 acres. A fantastic day out, with friendly experts on hand.
Thrills and spills with some of the countries fastest and biggest white-knuckle rides. There’s also live entertainment, gardens, gift shops, cafes and more. Perfect for daredevils.
Home to birds from every corner of the world, Birdworld is part of a network of zoos helping to protect endangered species. Penguins, owls, parrots, hawks and all feathers in between.
Every month a prize is awarded in the Box Hill Treasure Trail. Anyone can take part, simply pick up an entry and follow the trail for something the whole family can join in with.
Surrey is blessed with a number of excellent museums and galleries as well as historic places of interest;
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England’s most densely wooded county with over 20% of its surface covered by woodland, Surrey is a commuter heaven, within easy reach of central London, good links to the South Coast and easy access to the M25, plus Gatwick, Heathrow and Southampton airports. Surrey is also tall, in facts its highest point, Leith Hill, is actually taller than the Shard and on a clear day you can see the sea from its turret.
Surrey is a very artistic county, it has been home to pop-stars and actors including Michael Caine (“Not a lot of people now that.”), as well as galleries across the county there is also a sculpture park near Farnham. For those that love the great outdoors there is so much to see, there are wooded trails, canal walks, forests and the South Downs National Park. The Surrey Hills is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ideal for dogwalkers, runners and cyclists.
Theatre goers and music lovers are spoilt with some great venues for roots music and the biggest stars. Theatre of all shapes and sizes can be found throughout the county and you’re only ever a short hop from London’s West End.