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Enfield man and vanWhen relocating to a new house or office in Enfield, be sure to use an Enfield removal or storage service. Using a removal service, man with a van service, or storage facilities ensures that you are not overloaded with all the stresses and strains of moving.  

London Removals is a removal company that has various professional services available and you can pick and choose which ones you need to make your move easier on you. Our list of professional but affordable services consists of services such as: providing packaging materials, transport (UK and International), van hire, hard-working crews, clean-up of packaging materials once you have arrived at your new property, and more. For more information on our services or to receive a free quote, call 020 8811 8933 today or visit our website.

The area of Enfield, otherwise known as Enfield Town, lies within the London Borough of Enfield and has EN1 and EN2 postcode districts. Enfield lies just over 10 miles from Charing Cross and is also close to a range of other places, such as Botany Bay, Oakwood, Winchmore Hill, Edmonton, Forty Hill, Bush Hill Park, Ponders End, and Southgate.

Historically, the area was a collection of communities that were situated around royal hunting grounds (Enfield Chase). As the communities grew, they became one large community or town, now known as Enfield Town. The area's name is thought to have come from the Anglo-Saxon word ‘Eanafeld', which means either ‘open land for lambs' or ‘open land belonging to Eana'.

Enfield Town has a variety of attractions, including Enfield Palace, a 16th century manor house. Enfield Palace was used as a private school from the late 1600s to the late 19th century. Unfortunately, the remains of Enfield Palace were demolished in 1928. Palace Gardens Shopping Centre, was named in remembrance of Enfield Palace. Another attraction is the market that is held by the Old Enfield Charitable Trust. The history of this market goes back to 1617, when James I granted a Saturday market. Over time the market declined but trading resumed in the late 1800s and the market is still in existence today.Man with a van Enfield removals

The area of Enfield also holds annual fairs. A charter in 1303 gave permission for Enfield to hold two fairs; one on St Andrew's Day and the other during the month of September. However, in 1869, the September fair was cancelled at the request of clergy and other prominent citizens.

Enfield is supported by both buses and railway links. Enfield Town has 13 bus routes and one night bus. The area also has two railway stations: Enfield Town railway station and Enfield Chase railway station. These transport links make Enfield great for commuters and the area also has many attractions, which is great for children or visitors.
 
When moving to Enfield, make sure you book with a removal company that works with you to ensure your move is as easy and stress-free as possible. London Removals aims to support you during every aspect of your move. We even offer free moving tips and hints on our website and can supply you with a free moving checklist, as we know that it can be difficult to remember and keep track of everything that needs to be done during your move. For example, one thing you must remember is to book a parking space in front of your new house or office. This ensures a space for the moving vehicle and prevents possible fines from the local council. To reserve a space, visit the Borough of Enfield's website.

Postcode EN1, EN2 nearby postcodes EN3, EN4, EN6, EN7, EN8, N9, N14, N21


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