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Making the Move to Barnes with London Removals

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Barnes man and vanMoving is a stressful experience but our Barnes moving services can help to make it a more pleasant experience. London Removals can go one step further and make moving quick and easy. Our company can supply you with a free ‘moving checklist' to make sure that you know you haven't forgotten anything and we can also supply you with packing supplies. Your moving day will be made easy with the services we offer and you can choose the professional services you would like from us, so that you're in control of how much of the move you do yourself. The services our company offers include: transport, storage, packing, unpacking, packaging materials, and hireable crew members. All these services are available to you at prices that won't break the bank. Call today for a free quote and book our company for your removal: 020 8811 8933.

Barnes is located in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and has an SW13 postcode. Transport-wise it has two railway stations and is within 6miles of Charing Cross. Barnes is also a very historic town with some of the oldest riverside housing in London and the listed Barnes Railway Bridge. Another part of the area's history is that musician Marc Bolan (T-Rex) had his fatal crash there in 1977. His memorial (Bolan's Rock Shrine) and 25th anniversary bronze bust are both attractions for his fans.

Other historic elements that are popular attractions include The Bull's Head pub, which was one of the first jazz venues after the World Wars, and the former The Olympic Sound Studios, which have been used by many stars, such as The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Queen, and Coldplay. Another important building is The Old Sorting Office arts centre, which hosts various exhibitions and theatre productions. The venue has been host to a variety of stars including Patricia Hodge and Robert Pattinson. All these attractions make Barnes a draw for fans of music and acting.

The area is rural and therefore good for those who enjoy the countryside. Barnes Common covers 120 acres, providing plenty of woodland and grassland, and is a nature reserve. For animal lovers and bird watchers, there is the WWT London Wetland Centre (run by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust) which boasts it has over 180 species of birds in its 100 acres. On top of this, Beverley Brook passes though the common. Man with a van Barnes removals

The fact that the area is so rural can make you forget that it is not far from Central London. In fact, it only takes 30 minutes to get to Central London from Barnes. Barnes also boasts a cricket green and a rugby club, as well as providing one of the best spots to watch the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, showing that sport lovers are also accommodated in the area.

Barnes is rural area with plenty of attractions, which means there is plenty for children and visitors to do. Moving to Barnes doesn't have to be stressful and using our services will make sure it's a quick and easy experience. Remember, with our services, you choose how much you leave in our professional hands and you can use our ‘moving checklist' to make sure everything gets done. One important item on the ‘moving checklist' is that you must remember to reserve a spot for the moving vehicle. Depending on how much you wish to move to your new home or office it can take hours to unload and therefore it's important to have a space reserved in front of your home or office. To book a space, go the Borough of Richmond upon Thames website and reserve one.

Postcode SW13, SW14, SW15 nearby postcodes SW6, W4, W6

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