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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Winchester has a population of 45,000 according to the 2011 You.Gov census.
Winchester is within easy reach of the M3 giving direct routes to the M25 and M27. Direct trains run from the city to London Waterloo in approximately 1 hour and 4 minutes.
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As well as further destinations, Armishaws provide Winchester removals to and from the surrounding area including;
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If you are moving to Winchester, here’s some of our top tips to make you feel at home.
Once you’ve done the moving it’s time to get shopping and the first stop should definitely be Blu Bambu. This amazing high design furniture emporium is ideal to turn that new house into a home.
Now that you’ve done the hard work dig out some glasses before heading to Toscanaccio. Offering the best Italian wine and a few tasty treats it’s exactly what you need to toast your success.
Packed full of curios and trinkets, this delightful cave of wonders is a must. You’ll never know what you’re going to find but you can be sure you’ll absolutely love it!
If you do manage to walk out of this wonderful haberdashery and gift shop without an arm full of goodies you’re made of stronger stuff than us. They also have an excellent website.
We’re not sure if it’s alchemy or just amazing cakes, fresh, rich coffee and more treats that a British Bake off, but this friendly café is the perfect place to rest and treat yourself.
A Cathedral city and Hampshire’s country town, Winchester lies along the course of the River Itchen, 13 miles from Southampton and an hour by train from London. Winchester Cathedral is one of the UK’s most impressive Gothic churches and the daily chime of the bells at 8pm dates back to medieval times.
The historic looking centre has been the backdrop to a number of blockbuster movies including The Da Vinci Code and Les Miserables.
As well as an impressive Christmas market, the city’s weekly farmers market brings in the finest artisan producers and fresh goods from across the surrounding areas.
The city has a great selection of independent shops, cafes bars and restaurants as well as historic pubs and fine architecture. There are a number of museums including The Royal Greenjacket’s Museum, Ghurkha Museum and Winchester City Museum with a number of artefacts dating back to the reign of the city’s most famous son, King Alfred the Great who’s vision united England led to the eventual end of Viking rule.
The Theatre Royal has a diverse range of productions throughout the year, while there are arts festivals and galleries to enjoy through the seasons.
The city benefits from great transport links for your Winchester removals and is within easy reach of the M3 and direct routes to the M25 and M27. Direct trains run to London Waterloo taking approximately 1 hour and 4 minutes.