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A family-owned company, we’re members of the British Association of Removers, giving you greater financial security so you can book with confidence.
Our staff deliver excellent customer service again and again, with bespoke packages designed to your exact requirements.
We’re also market leaders in eco-friendly removals and are planting thousands of trees to help offset our emissions and make the world a little greener. It’s no wonder our clients rate Armishaws so highly on Trustpilot.
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Population – 806,892 (2011 You.Gov census)
Area – 1,991 km²
Schools – See the latest Ofsted reports and scores for West Sussex schools – See Reports.
The 100m deep valley and Site of Special Scientific Interest maintained by the National Trust. Offering incredible views, rare plants, birds, animals and miles of pathways some of which have been in use for over 2,000 years.
The castle’s earliest traces date back to 1067 having been built on the orders of William the Conqueror to help defend from French invasion… er hello? Pot/Kettle? Today it is a truly magnificent site and fascinating place to visit.
Home to Glorious Goodwood and the Goodwood Festival of Speed, it is the residence of the Duke of Richmond. An incredible place to visit for afternoon tea, golf, motorsport, events, an incredible art gallery and more.
Covering 40 acres, this living museum has over 50 historic buildings dating back as far as 950AD. There are gardens, displays, workshops, animals, walks, 15,000+ artefacts and more. It’s also where the BBC’s The Repair Shop is filmed.
West Sussex has some impressive sites including Roman palaces, ancient castles, some of England’s oldest schools and incredible stately homes.
There are three primary newspapers covering news, events and sport across the whole of West Sussex;
West Sussex has a rich history, covering invasions and Vikings to the first Romans and the defence of WWII. It offers incredible seafood, the sunniest weather in the UK, fish and chips, sandy beaches, pristine white cliffs and rolling headland. It’s also very eco-friendly with a number of forward-thinking schemes and developments to help protect the planet.
The area produces great food, Sussex strawberries are a particular treat. Local honey, beers, wines and spirits complement artisan bakers along with the higher than average number of vegetarians and vegans in the area. But it’s not all agriculture, a number of major companies were formed here including Body Shop and Britain’s first commercial airport was based in Crawley (not far from where Gatwick Airport now stands).
There are excellent days and evenings out to enjoy, Bodium Castle and Arundel Castle are particularly impressive sites, while Fishbourne Palace and Bignor Palace are sites of romans villas. Of history isn’t your thing then there are plenty of festivals to enjoy including Glorious Goodwood, Chichester Festival and the Goodwood Festival of Speed.