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Earls Court man and vanRelocating or moving is a tough and stressful time. Finding the right removal service for you is important in helping your move run more smoothly. There are plenty of Earls Court man and van services, storage services, and Earls Court movers, however you should choose London Removals for your move. Our company puts customer needs first and our services can help you with everything you will need during your move. We can provide packaging supplies, storage units, various moving vehicles, and hard-working movers. We can also help you to pack and unpack and provide you with a free moving checklist. We can provide all the services you'll need for a price you'll love. So if you're looking for the right Earls Court removal service then we are the service for you. Call us today on 020 8811 8933 to receive a free quote and book us for your move.

Earls Court is in London, within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It has a SW5 or a SW10 postcode and lies just over 3 miles from Charing Cross. It also borders Kensington, South Kensington, West Kensington, and Chelsea.

The history of Earls Court gives the area a multi-racial background. After WWII, Polish immigrants settled in Earls Court and the area was dubbed ‘The Danzig Corridor'. Then, in the 1960s, Earls Court welcomed the arrival of Australians and New Zealanders who travelled to England. The area was ideal because of its close proximity to London. The Australian and New Zealand travellers led to Earls Court being named ‘Kangaroo Valley'. Today though, the Australians and New Zealanders have moved further north and west, however the name ‘Kangaroo Valley' or ‘Kangaroo Court' is often still used.

As well as a multi-racial background, Earls Court has multiple attractions. Earls Court Exhibition Centre is one of the country's largest indoor arenas and is also a popular concert venue. Other attractions include; the Empress State Building, the Finborough Theatre, and The Troubadour which is a small music venue that has seen its share of talent, including: Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan and Elvis Costello. The Earls Court area is also within walking distance of further attractions, such as Holland Park, High Street Kensington, the Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gardens/Hyde Park, Imperial College, the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. All these attractions offer plenty of entertainment for visitors and children, as well as music lovers.
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On top of all these attractions, Earls Court has been home to or is still home to many celebrities, including: Diana, Princess of Wales, Freddie Mercury (lead singer of Queen), Alfred Hitchcock (British film maker), Gary Barlow (singer/songwriter) and John Barrowman (entertainer).

Therefore, the Earls Court area offers plenty of history, a multi-racial background, and plenty of attractions. Also, for even easier access to London and the surrounding areas, Earls Court has two tube stations: Earl's Court tube station and West Brompton station. This means that whether for work or travel, access to London couldn't be easier.

Earls Court is a pearl, with attractions and easy access to London. To ensure your move there is as swift and easy as possible, make sure you book with London Removals. Our friendly and professional removal company can provide you with all the services you'll need for a stress-free move. However, if you do intend to use our removal services, it is important to reserve a parking space outside of your new property, for the purposes of unloading the moving vehicle. In order to book a space, please visit the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea council's website

Postcode SW5, SW10, SW3 nearby postcodes SW3, SW6, SW7, SW11, W8, W14

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