Moving to Bow with London Removals
Removals Bow Removal Services Bow E3, E14 moving companies nearby postcodes E1, E2, E9, E15, E16 House MoversRelocating to a new house or office can be stressful however a removal service, storage facility, or man with a van service can help to take the weight off your shoulders. There are numerous Bow removal services but if you want a professional company with affordable services then London Removals is the removal company for you. The range of professional services we have consists of facilities such as: lorry hire, local and international transport, packing materials, removal assessment, storage, and more.
What's more, our company lets you pick and choose the services you need and booking us for move will ensure that your removal won't cost you an arm and a leg. For more information on any of our services and to book our company for your move, call 020 8811 8933 today.
The area of Bow is situated in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and has E3 and E20 postcode districts. Bow is situated just over four and a half miles from Charing Cross and is close to other areas such as Mile End, Stratford, Old Ford, and Leyton. The area of Bow was once called Stratford and a bridge built in the area led to the name being Stratford-atte-Bow. An abbreviated form of this, Bow, was used and the area has now adopted this name.
Bow has many attractions, such as St Mary's Church, parts of which date as late back as 1311. The church has even withstood damage from a bomb during World War II, though the top of one of the towers had to be rebuilt. On top of this, the Big Brother house was located in the area around Bow in 2000 and 2001. The house was actually located in the nearby area of Newham but it's often reported to be at Bow because the studios hold the E3 postcode of Bow. The area of Bow was also made famous by Chaucer, as he mentions Stratford-atte-Bow in his Canterbury tales, where he describes a Priory run by Benedictine nuns.
Bow was also once famous for its porcelain, as during the 17th century the area was home to the slaughter of cattle for markets. Due to this, there was a supply of cattle bones and Thome Frye and Edward Heylyn developed a technique using the cattle bones to make porcelain. This porcelain began to be known as Bow Porcelain. The porcelain industry prospered until the early 1770s and by the mid 1770s all the instruments and moulds had been moved to a different manufacturer in Derby.
On top of this, Bow is well supported by transport links. In terms of railway stations and London Underground stations, the area is served by Bow Chruch station, and the Underground stations Mile End and Bow Road. This makes the area a great location for commuters who work in Central London or the surrounding areas. Bow is also located on a junction of the A12 and the A11.
Bow offers attractions and good travel links. To ensure your move to Bow is as swift and easy as possible make sure you book with our company. Our company aims to support all your moving needs and does this at affordable prices. We even offer moving tips and hints on our website, so you can be sure you get everything done. For example; it's important to remember to reserve a parking space in front of your new property. This prevents fines from the council and means that the moving vehicle will have somewhere to park rather than having to wait for a space. To book a space, go to the Borough of Tower Hamlets' website.
Postcode E3, E14 nearby postcodes E1, E2, E9, E15, E16