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The most recent You.Gov census of 2011 gives Wimborne’s population as 26,000.
Situated close to the New Forest, Wimborne can be reached via the A31 which connects with the M27 Motorway for routes east and to London. Bournemouth International Airport is a short drive away while commuters can be in London in 2 hours and 12 minutes.
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Armishaws aren’t just the No1 choice for Wimborne removals, we also cover the local surrounding areas including;
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Wimborne removals are just the beginning of your new life in this historic town. Here’s our pick of the very best the town has to offer;
You’ll the very finest local produce that you simply can’t find in regular shops, including organic breads, preserves, honey, cheese and delicious word-fired pizzas.
Ok, hands up we can’t make it out of Wimborne without visiting our favourite cake shop. Their excellent café means you can also have your fill in store and take extra treats home!
It’s not just their dedication to sourcing sustainable and ethical products, it’s the fact that they find the very best small batch produce. Ciders, spirits, pickles, sauces and more.
This family owned book store first opened its doors in 1969 and has been keeping Wimborne’s adults and children entertained through the generations. A real gem of a store.
One of the most picturesque towns in Dorset, a short drive from the World Heritage Jurassic coast and pristine beaches of Bournemouth and Poole, Wimborne is a charming market town with a fascinating history, rich architecture and wide range of shops and amenities.
The town boasts its own independent cinema, a very busy folk festival every year and one of the few ‘chained libraries’ in the country (at the Minister). Just outside Wimborne you have camel racing (yes, that’s right) or star gazing at Badbury Rings, fun for the kids at Honeybrook Farm and delicious ice cream from Barford Farm where you can sit and eat it in the gardens of the house.
The town also has a well-established and large market, held on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There are also a number f events throughout the year including a folk festival.
Heading east the A31 runs to the M27 offering routes to London, Chichester, Brighton and Sussex. Frequent fliers can take advantage of nearby Bournemouth International Airport while rail routes from Wimborne Minster Station mean you can be in London in 2 hours and 12 minutes.