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The Surrey town of Weybridge has a population of 29,000 (most recent You.Gov 2011 census).
You can reach London (Waterloo) from Weybridge Station in under 30 minutes. The town has excellent road links, just minutes from the M25 and within easy reach of the M3, M23 and A3. By car it is possible to reach central London in under 1 hour.
Armishaws offer national and local Weybridge removals plus throughout the local area including;
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After your Weybridge removals, once the dust has settled and the last teacup put away, here’s our top tips for the very best Weybridge has to offer;
We really believe in keeping things local and this fantastic café with its incredible menu and exceptional cakes shows just why independents are so much better than the big chains.
Weybridge is blessed with an exceptional chic interior design and furniture store. You’ll find all the advice and touches you need to help transform your new home.
If you’re looking for that first new statement piece and something from a local artist then Wycliffe Galleries are an absolute treat.
You might as well start as you mean to go on, that means a trip to the wonderful Vine King where you can find the best wines and a very good deli.
Evidence of the first settlement dates back to the Iron Age. Weybridge was recorded in the Doomsday Book and has featured throughout British history having been the residence of kings and queens. In more recent times it has become home to popstars, actors, TV personalities and even a racetrack, Brooklands. A bustling and popular commuter town, it has excellent transport links and a wide variety of shops and amenities.
As well as shopping (considered by many to be a very fine ‘hobby’), there is plenty to see and do. There’s a cinema, playhouse, theatre and a historical society dedicated to the town; Website.
Nearby there are nature parks, a number of palaces including Hampton Court Palace as well as grand estates, gardens and parkland.
Foodies will also find a very good selection of bars, cafes and restaurants.
By car you can be in Central London in under an hour, the town is also just a short distance to the M25, M3 and M23 giving very good commuter links. Both Gatwick and Heathrow airports are within easy striking distance, while direct trains run to London Waterloo taking around half an hour.