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According to the most recent 2011 You.Gov census, Yeovil’s population is just over 42,000.
Heading north the A37 connects to the A303 for access to Surrey or the South West. Southbound the A37 leads to Dorchester and Weymouth. Trains to London Waterloo take around 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Local news is available online and in print from the Yeovil Express.
Not everyone is a ‘townie’. As well as Yeovil, we serve the local area including;
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Once you make your move to Yeovil you can get out and explore. Here’s our pick of the best the town has to offer;
Now that you’ve found that dream home the fun bit is making it yours. That’s where the eclectic and wonderful Emporium comes in to its own. A must see!
Full of “handpicked loveliness” The Trough Farmshop looks amazing, tastes amazing, even the staff are, yes, amazing! A lovely way to spend an afternoon (with added cake!).
An eatery that specialises in cider and burgers? What’s not to love?!? Using the finest local ingredients, created by food lovers, for food lovers.
Admittedly, we’ve never met a cake we didn’t like. But we really can’t seem to walk past this delicious store without popping in for their delicious bakes.
Yeovil takes its name from the nearby River Yeo and lies on the border of Somerset and Dorset close to the ancient abbey town of Sherborne. Many early archaeological discoveries including pots and axe heads have dated Yeovil’s beginnings to the Bronze Age. The town also has Roman roots with Roman burials, pottery and coins having being unearthed in the area. Major trades associated with the town include glove making and what was once a large farmers and livestock market.
If the only lifting you like to do during Yeovil removals is shopping bags, then the town has a great selection of antique and vintage shops. If you like your shopping a little bit newer then the Quedam shopping Centre is packed with the big High Street names. If you love a bargain we’d suggest a trip to Clarks Village in Street, a collection of outlet stores featuring big designer brands.
Other local attractions include a bowling alley, indoor climbing centre, cinema and theatre. Further afield you can enjoy the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Montacute House and Gardens, South West Deer Rescue Centre and Haynes Motor Museum.
Yeovil sits on a main train line running to Bristol and Cardiff but has no direct London trains. The largest road is the A37 that links Dorchester in the south to Bristol. There are good local bus routes throughout the town and local area.