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Removal Company is a reliable and highly efficient removals company that offers inexpensive services for your East Sussex move. All of our team have undergone our compulsory training prior to starting working for our company, which means that every member of our removals team and also our office personnel have the sufficient skills, knowledge and experience to successfully manage your move. Whether you are relocating to a new home or work space, it is always better to get professional help so that you can have peace of mind in knowing that nothing will go wrong when you come to relocate within East Sussex. The years of experience in which we have had in commercial and domestic removals allows us to offer our clients more than just the classic relocation services. Our knowledge and professionalism, not to mention our excellent customer services, enables us to custom make every client’s removal service so that they get the best deal and move that they can. All you need to do now is call and get a free no obligations quote and choose our company for your move.
East Sussex is a county in the South East England region and has a population of around 800, 200, which ,means that it is the 29th most populated county in England and is ranked as the 33rd largest area as it is covers a total space of 1, 792km2. The county is both a non-metropolitan county and also a ceremonial county. The ceremonial county is the smaller part and the non-metropolitan area is bigger. The county of East Sussex borders West Sussex, Kent and Surrey. There is no county or settlement which borders East Sussex to the south because towards the south of the county is the English Channel.
East Sussex has been a ceremonial county since 1974. The three former boroughs of the county then became districts within the borough as a result of it becoming a ceremonial county. Sussex was also then split in to two counties – East and West Sussex. Some of the boroughs and districts in the eastern side of the county were transferred to the western side of Sussex. Mid Sussex, Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill were all transferred to become parts of West Sussex. Although it still remained a part of the ceremonial county of East Sussex, Brighton and Hove became a self-administered unitary authority in 1997, before later being given city status in the year 2000. East Sussex is made up of large and small districts and settlements. The main five largest areas are the five local government districts and the smaller areas are the civil parishes. The five local government districts are: Lewes, Rother, Wealden, Hastings and Eastbourne.
It has been recorded in the history of East Sussex that the county once made its main income from fishing, agriculture and iron mining. East Sussex borders the English Channel, meaning that the fisherman only have to travel locally to go fishing. The county was once also made up of mostly rural areas and therefore agricultural work was a popular way in which to bring money in to the county. There was also the iron mining which usually took place in Wealden and was also one of the main sources of economy in East Sussex in history. Today however, East Sussex is a lot more developed that it once was and therefore the agricultural work is not so common. The main sources of income now for the East Sussex County are its tourism and commercial businesses. The East Sussex coastline is a popular tourist destination amongst local people and visitors from different parts of the UK, which is why most of the area’s industry today tends to be aimed towards tourism and tourism related businesses. There are other districts, towns and settlements within the county which are not situated on the coastline and which do not share borders with the English Channel. Most of these non-coastal areas are formers market towns, some of which include: Uckfield, Hailsham and Heathfield. The towns of Battle and Lewes were where the start of the Norman Conquest began and stand as two towns of important and significance for this reason. Lewes also happens to be the county town of the East Sussex County.
Another well known town in East Sussex is Crowborough, which is located in the Wealden district and lies on the edge of Ashdown Forest. Crowborough is an area within the High Weald Area of Outstanding National Beauty. Ashdown Forest became famous in the Winnie the Pooh stories, as it is where the fictional childrens’ stories were set.
Due to East Sussex’s rich history, the county is home to many interesting landmarks to represent the history and famous battles. Probably the most famous of all of the landmarks in East Sussex is Beachy Head. Beachy Head is a very scenic chalk headland which overlooks the English Channel and is located to the east of the Seven Sisters. The chalk cliff at Beachy Head is the highest in Britain and measures a height of 162m above sea level. To commemorate the famous historical Battle of Hastings, Battle Abbey was built in the town of Battle in East Sussex. The Abbey is now slightly ruined and was built upon the land where the Battle of Hastings took place.
Naturally, you want everything to go right and just like clockwork when you relocate to your new home or office space in East Sussex. Removal Company is a successful removals company that can provide you with all of the help, assistance and support that you will need to have the best relocation experience possible. All of our staff are friendly, highly skilled and helpful so that you can feel comfortable in knowing that you can turn to us at any time if there is something that you need to talk to us about. There is no East Sussex move that we will not or will be unable to manage. Call today on to book the only team you will need for a pleasant and successful East Sussex removal.
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