Based in Greenwich London Removals are the People You Can Count On to Make Your Move Smooth.
Removals Greenwich Removal Services Greenwich SE10, SW1 moving companies nearby postcodes SE3, SE7, SE8, SE13, E14, E16 House MoversEveryone probably has to move at least once in their life, but most people don't move more than a few times in their life. Because of this lack of experience of moving, most people are not comfortable when they do decide to move. This is where London Removals can help; we are a professional removal service based in Greenwich and we are experienced and have a good standing reputation in the removal business. Call us on 020 8811 8933 to receive a free, no obligation quote and let us inform you of the services that we can provide so you will have more time to sort out the other important jobs that need to be done when planning to move.
Greenwich or Royal Greenwich as it has been rename by Queen Elizabeth during her Diamond Jubilee year, is situated in South east London in the Borough of its namesake Greenwich, which consists of Woolwich and Greenwich and the postcode of Greenwich is SE10.
If you enjoy history then you will absolutely adore Greenwich as its ram full with history, the most well-known part of Greenwich history comes from its maritime era, which is where the term Greenwich Mean Time is derived from. Spend some time delving into Britain's rich maritime history at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. Here you will be able to do some amazing activities, such as; viewing the escapades of Horatio Nelson including his uniform he wore at the battle of Trafalgar, learn about the trading of the East India Company between Britain and Asia, discover about the Slave trade and Britain's involvement in one of the world's most tragic but important events and there are even activities for children such as the children's gallery and ship simulator, so there is no need to hire a baby-sitter when visiting the National Maritime Museum.
Greenwich Park is one of the Royal parks in the UK and is a great place to relax and have a picnic, or take advantage of the many cafes and refreshment points located around the park. The park is also a great place to see plants, wildlife and bird watch; many British animal species call Greenwich Park home, including deer, waterfowls, owls and even bats. In the middle of the park on top of a hill is another of Greenwich's attraction, called the Royal Observatory which is where Greenwich Meantime was first used and the history of this invention can be found in the Observatory, here also you can witness the planetarium and be in awe at the wonders of the universe.
Transport in Greenwich is adequate with extensive bus services, one Rail station name after the area itself (Greenwich Station) and a Docklands Light Railway (Cutty Sark DLR) which travels through Canary Wharf. Greenwich only lacks an underground station in the area, but this is made up by the river boat transport, which you can use to travel or commute from Greenwich into the City.
So you have chosen Greenwich as your new home or workplace, and you probably are very excited, and so you should be. Greenwich is a wonderful part of London to live, but to prevent you from missing anything during your move and making you feel frustrated whilst in your moment of euphoria, why not give us a call on 020 8811 8933 for a free, no-obligation quote and find out how we can make your exciting move to Greenwich a professionally planned one. Just don't forget to book a parking space with The Royal Borough of Greenwich, this is just one of the many important tips we can help you out with.
Postcode SE10, SW1 nearby postcodes SE3, SE7, SE8, SE13, E14, E16