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Are you relocating in the near future and wondering where to turn to when it comes down to that all important decision of finding a removals company to transport your personal possession to their new office or home?. There is no need to let this step of the journey stress you out, neither should you let any of the upcoming tasks or work get you down either, as there is always an easier answer. You would have thought that there would be somehow an easier and trouble free way of transporting your items from their current location to their next property wouldn’t you?. Well here at Removal Company we hold all the secrets and answers to how we can carry out a simple and hassle free removal for any one of our clients at any time that they choose. The secret is really not a secret but is actually all down to the fact that our company consists solely of the most highly trained and professional moving team out there. Removal Company are happy to undertake any kind of move, at any time and during any month of the year. Our team work hard and efficiently to ensure that every one of our customers receives nothing but the best relocation experience from us and we do this by making sure that the clients always feels comfortable about the situation. Help is readily available and should you have a problem, feel free to contact one of our friendly and helpful members of staff on .
Central Bedfordshire is a county within the region of the East of England. The county is unitary authority in the ceremonial shire county of Bedfordshire. The county of Central Bedfordshire was formed as a result of the merging of the District Councils of South Bedfordshire and Mid Bedfordshire, as well as with Bedfordshire County Council on April 1st 2009. Central Bedfordshire measures a total of 715.7km2 and has a total population of 255, 600 inhabitants. The towns and villages which were recently a part of either South or Mid Bedfordshire are now classed as parts of Central Bedfordshire. The county is generally made up mostly of small towns and villages. Here is a list of all of the areas which are classed as part of the Central Bedfordshire county: Ampthill, Arlesey, Aspley Guise, Barton-le-Clay, Biggleswade, Blunham, Broom, Caddington, Campton, Clifton, Clophill, Chalton, Greenfield, Haynes, Harlington, Heath and Reach, Henlow, Higham Gobion, Houghton Conquest, Husborne Crawley, Langford, Leighton Buzzard, Lidlington, Potton, Pulloxhill, Shefford, Sandy, Silsoe, Slip End, Shillington, Southill, Standford, Steppingley, Stotfold, Sutton, Tebworth, Woodside, Woburn, Wingfield, Westoning, Toddington, Linslade, Marston Moretyne, Maulden, Milbrook, Northill, Chicksands, Cranfield, Eaton Bray, Old Warden, Flitwick, Flitton, Pepperstock, Flitton and Fairfield Park.
One of the small town’s in the county of Central Bedfordshire is Ampthill, which is also a civil parish too. The town is situated between Bedford and Luton and has an estimated population of approximately 6, 000 residents. The town of Ampthill has a long history and was even mentioned in the Domesday Book. In the Domesday Book, the small town was given the name ‘Ammetelle’ and was ruled by the then landholder – Nigel de la Vast in 1086. Later on in 1242 the town was given permission to hold a regular market once a week by King Henry III. This weekly market was held on a Thursday and was first held in 1242 and has continued to be held religiously ever Thursday over the years right up until now. The town’s Thursday market is still held even now every Thursday in the town centre in the area which is known as the market place, which is close to the town clock tower. Ampthill is home to a number of historical buildings and interesting places to see. St. Andrew’s Church of England is the local church, which contains a monument, which is dedicated to Richard Nicolls who once lived in Ampthill during his life (1624-1672).The church still holds daily morning and evening choir services, where the four part choir will sing, this has been a tradition that has been going on for over one hundred years. Houghton House is another of the town’s landmarks. It was built in 1621 and was the inspiration for ‘House Beautiful’ in The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan. The house is now a ruin, as its roof was removed in 1794 however, it is still possible for visitors to see what remains of the building without its roof. There are many cottage-styled residential homes in Ampthill too, most of which are situated on Woburn Street. These thatched cottages originate from the early 19th century, when John Fitzpatrick had the cottages built between the years of 1812 and 1816 to accommodate his workers.
Our comprehensive and wide choice of removal services means that you will not have any problem in finding a service and support to suit the relocation in which you will be handling in the near future. The reason why we offer a wide range of relocation services is because all of our personnel are fully capable of handling any and every move that is listed on our long list of excellent, handy and inexpensive relocations. Our company, like all of the members of our team, has been an established relocation business for many years and so we are more than experienced enough in handling all types of move and are used to preventing and solving and moving related problems that may occur. With our relocations you can choose the best time for you to move and we will make sure that we work around your time frame so as to guarantee that the removal fits in well with your daily life without causing any disruptions. It doesn’t matter whether you are handling a commercial, domestic, employee, office or apartment move because Removal Company are here for you at all times. Just call us today on and benefit from an easier relocation.
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