No two moves are the same, so we create a tailor-made removals packages to make your move as smooth as possible. As standard our removals service includes;
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According to the most recent You.Gov census (2011) Weymouth’s population is 58,000.
Weymouth is approached by the A354 connecting with nearby Dorchester. Direct train lines run to Southampton and Bournemouth. Trains times to London are around 3 and ½ hours.
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We don’t just offer Weymouth removals, we also provide services to and from the local area including;
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Weymouth has a varied and eclectic mix of shops bars and cafes. Here’s our five top picks;
Now you’ve made the move you can start creating your perfect home with the help of this fantastic emporium packed full of designer touches and delightful finds.
Another Weymouth gem is glass artist Stuart Wiltshire who has presented glass to the Duchess of Cornwall. If it’s good enough for HighgroveHouse…
Nestled in Weymouth Harbour, Weyfish is the place (no pun intended) to find the finest fresh court seafood. They even offer a home delivery service if you’re fussy about keeping your car smelling fresh.
If you are going to get out and about to enjoy the best the area has to offer (and you really should) then you can go green and keep fit with a little help from the friendly team at FixBike.
Bored of watching paint dry? Leave eh decorating at home and head to this incredible gallery where you’ll find work by local artists to add the finishing touches to your new home.
In the picturesque bay in the mouth of the River Way, Weymouth is famed for its miles of golden sands and seaside/holiday feel. One of the jewels of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, an area of scientific interest and stunning coastline, it’s easy to see why it attracts so many visitors and has become a sort after place to live.
More than 200 events are held here each year – weekly fireworks on the beach in the summer, beach sports tournaments and mega sailing events. Weymouth and Portland were chosen to host the sailing events for the 2012 Olympics – an amazing honour for such a small town. Other international sailing events are held in these waters which are considered to be among the best in northern Europe.
There are also two RSPB Nature Reserves, eleven Sites of Special Scientific Interest covering 1,979 acres, several smaller beaches and a trailway tracing the line of the old railway to Portland. Not forgetting the beautiful Jurassic coastland.
Another point of interest worth a visit is Sandsfoot Castle built by Henry the III to protect the area from invasion.
If you fancy a dip Christmas Day sees hundreds of people brave the elements to swim across the harbour raising money for charity.
The town doesn’t offer direct train links to London (the journey takes around three and a half hours) but regular trains do run to Bournemouth and Southampton.
The main road link into the town for your Weymouth removals is the A354 which runs to Dorchester and wider area.