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The WC postcode area is also called the London WC postcode area and represents a handful of districts in the central area of London. The WC stands for Western Central and denotes the area's location. Sections of the Borough of Camden, the Borough of Islington and the Cities of Westminster and London fall within the WC postcode area, which is quite densely populated. While the WC designation is quite old, it was only in 1917 that the area was split into two districts: WC1 and WC2. Within the Western Central area, there are 15 districts, six of which fall within WC2. The Post Office branches in WC2 are located at Trafalgar Square and Aldwych and all deliveries for the WC2 area are routed through the Western District Office, located on Rathbone Place.
The subdistricts within WC2 include: WC2A, WC2B, WC2E, WC2H, WC2N, and WC2R. It's boundaries to the east are Essex Street and Chancery Lane; to the north, it is bounded by High Holborn and New Oxford Street (where it borders WC1); to the west are the boundaries of Witcomb Street and Wardour Street; and to the south, the borders are the River Thames and Northumberland Avenue. Three important landmarks fall within the WC2's boundaries. They are Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square and Aldwych.
While the Strand district no longer exists, WC2 approximately covers the area of this former district and falls largely within the City of Westminster. The northern parts of the Borough of Camden and some of the eastern parts of the City of London also lie within its bounds. Other important landmarks include some colleges belonging to the University of London, the National Portrait Gallery, and Somerset House. WC2A covers Lincoln's Inn Fields and the Royal Courts of Justice; WC2B covers Aldwych and Drury Lane; WC2E voers Covent Garden; WC2 H covers Leicester Square; WC2N covers Charing Cross; and WC2R is the coverage area of Somerset House.
Since most of WC2 falls within the City of Westminster, it is a good idea to check here
for parking regulations that will apply on your move in day. It is best to reserve a spot for the moving vehicle to avoid any fines or damage to your items. Of course, our professional movers always use the utmost care when completing a WC2 removal, but it never hurts to be extra careful. And having a parking spot right out front reduces the distance from vehicle to front door, making it safer for your furniture. When you call us on you can ask all your questions pertaining to removals and you will find our customer service representatives friendly and ready to help
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Postcode Westminster nearby postcodes WC1, W1, SW1, SE1, EC1, EC4