Our friendly team will help you create a bespoke package to suit your exact needs.
Established in 1973, Armishaws are a family run company based here in the South West. We believe in greener removals, we’re planting 2,000 trees in the region to offset the carbon emissions of your move. We’re members of the British Association of Removers and operate to the highest standards of customer care and financial security. All our crews are trained to ensure you receive the best customer service, so you can rest assured that your possessions are well cared for in transit and in storage. With our high Trustpilot rating and reviews from so many happy customers, you can be sure that with Armishaws your move is in good hands.
As part of our commitment to reducing the impact of our removals on the environment…
We’re planting 2,000 trees to help offset carbon emissions and create vital habitat for wildlife.
We’ll collect your used boxes which will be re-used where possible or recycled (one less thing to worry about after your move).
All our boxes and soft packaging are made from recycled and recyclable materials to protect your belongs and the environment.
Our teams drive greener vehicles and all our drivers go through driver efficiency training to reduce the amount of fuel used.
We use acid free tissue paper which is not only better for the environment, acid free paper is also far better for your items.
We use sealable bags to help protect your mattresses while in transit, each bag is used only once before being recycled.
Make your move greener
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Schools – Westbury has I secondary school, 4 primary schools and a number of nurseries. You can view Ofsted scores for the area.
Population – In 2011 the town’s population stood at 14,709.
Transport – Westbury is a handy commuter town for Bath, trains take around 25 minutes. The fastest trains to London (Paddington) take 1 hour and 22 minutes. Westbury sits on the A350, between Warminster and Trowbridge, 10 minutes from Longleat Safari Park. The nearest airport is at Bristol.
News – The local newspaper is the White Horse News.
This fantastic one stop DIY shop sells, well, everything. Paints, tools, seeds, gardenalia, homeware, kitchen gadgets… It really is Westbury’s most loved store.
24 Edward Street, BA13 3BD
Whether satisfying your own sweet tooth or a weekend treat for the kids, you’ll find everything from long forgotten childhood favourites to Harry Potter candies and more.
7 Maristow Street, BA13 3DN
Quite simply the greatest fish and chips on the planet. Harlees are a small chain based in the South West with superb customer service, a great menu and food that is off the scales (see what we did there?).
5-7 High Street, BA13 3BN
Just outside Westbury this excellent farm shop sells fresh local produce, gifts, tasty treats and even has a superb brewery. Plus, there’s a tasty café because shopping is hungry work!
Westbury Road, BA13 4PG
From gifts for loved ones or a special table service for your new home, White Horse Pottery is a friendly, creative hub that also runs pottery workshops.
The Old School, Newtown, BA13 3EE
Once an important market town with a cloth and glove industry, Westbury held borough status and at one point had two MPs. It has played a vital role in England’s history, providing pivotal moments for British (and indeed world) politics and also a turning point in the very formation in the creation of England as a country.
Today a quiet town, it doesn’t have the biggest range of shops but it does have a busy and noisy events calendar including colourful music festivals and Christmas traditions.
Westbury has one of the country’s oldest swimming pools, there is also a leisure centre and a number of good restaurants. Shopaholics won’t find too much to get their plastic out for, but Warminster and Trowbridge both offer a wider selection of shops.
Westbury has a number of festivals including a vintage car show, summer festival, Christmas festival (both held in the market square), there is also the Westbury Festival with live music and performance, plus the Village Pump Festival that has hosted names like The Proclaimers, Bellowhead and Fishermen’s Friends.
Bratton Camp overlooking the white horse was the site of an Iron Age fort and today is a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Within easy commuting distance to Bath, Westbury has a mainline rail station and London can be reached in 1 hour and 22 minutes. The main road through the town is the A350 linking Warminster and Trowbridge although in recent time locals have been fighting for a bypass to be built.