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This mostly residential district can be found a little over four and a half miles from Charing Cross, to the east. It is located in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and was once called Stratford. Actually, its medieval name was Stratford-atte-Bow, which the current name was derived from. Bow means bridge, and there have been a number of them at Bow throughout history, one of which was built by King Henry's wife Matilda on the road that later became known as the King's Way. Bow even appears in the Canterbury Tales when Chaucer wrote about a priory, a Benedictine nun convent.
Bow is also famous for its porcelain, which was developed in the 17th century thanks to the cattle business that took place there. The slaughter and butchering of cattle led to a supply of bones, which were mixed with clay at the Bow China Works. The area is also known for the Bow Bells that ring at Bow Church, actually they are in St Mary-le-Bow. There is a tradition that in order for someone to be considered real Cockney, he or she must be born within earshot of the ringing Bow Bells.
Nearby landmarks and attractions within the Borough of Tower Hamlets include the Museum in Docklands, the Museum of Childhood, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London and, of course, Traitor's Gate, that spooky place. For more refined entertainment, there is the Whitechapel Art Gallery or visit the Ragged School Museum to see how children were taught in Victorian London. For something to eat, head over to nearby Brick Lane for some Indian or Bangladeshi cuisine, as this is the best spot in London. Great shopping can be had there, too, as well as on Petticoat Lane and Old Spitalfields.
Moving anywhere in London, whether you are coming from near or far, can be a test of nerves and your organizational skills. Especially if you have a busy work or family life, it can be hard to make sure that everything gets done properly and on time. Why not hire a responsible moving company Bow to take care of all the details, so you can get be sure that everything is going smoothly. Even with a removal company taking care of the packing, the storage, the transport and the unpacking, you will still have plenty to do in terms of tracking down medical records, transferring accounts to different banks and helping the kids transition to a new school. Even if you just need some moving advice, Removal Company is the one to call on
. When you have scheduled your removal, save a parking spot out front by going to the borough website
to ensure speedy unloading on the day of. Let Removal Company take care of the rest and you will surely enjoy a successful removal.
Postcode E3, E14 nearby postcodes E1, E2, E9, E15, E16