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Choosing a removals company is the main part of your relocation after you have dealt with the estate agents and chosen a new property to move in to of course. Removal Company has all your removal issues covered and sorted because we will do our best to make sure that you have the best Surrey moving experience possible. Our company is made up of experts who are the best at handling all types of home and work relocations so no matter what your moving circumstances involve, we are here to help you all the way. A move like this can be yours today just by calling to speak to our team.
Surrey is a county in the South East of England. The county has a long and detailed history, as it was once the home to many other London boroughs until the year of 1889, when they were moved to form a part of Greater London. Croydon, Kingston, Richmond, Barnes, Sutton and Merton were also all boroughs within the County of Surrey and these too were transferred to the Greater London area in 1965. Surrey County is situated to the western side of the South East England region and therefore it borders Greater London and other South East English counties including: Kent, Berkshire, Hampshire, East Sussex and West Sussex. The county town of Surrey is Guilford, which is a very historical town and is a part of a borough of which takes its name from this county town. The Surrey County Council has a well known motto, which is “Making Surrey a better place”. This motto can sometimes be seen alongside the Surrey flag too.
Surrey is a ceremonial and non-metropolitan county. After losing some of its former boroughs and districts to the Greater London area, Surrey is now made up of eleven boroughs and districts, these are: Woking, Elmbridge, Guilford, Epsom and Ewell, Mole Valley, Reigate and Banstead, Surrey Heath, Spelthorne, Waverly and Tandbridge. Surrey as a whole is a historical county, which has been listed as the twelfth most highly populated English county with its population of around 1, 135, 500 residents. The population of Surrey is quite high considering the area it covers, as the total area of the county measures to 1, 663km2 which puts it at number thirty five in the list of English counties. Although the county town of Surrey is Guilford, the administrative headquarters for the county are located in Kingston upon Thames.
The County of Surrey is one of the few counties within the region of South East England which doesn’t have a coastline because it does not share borders with the sea. However, this doesn’t mean that Surrey doesn’t have anything to keep its locals and visitors entertained. Surrey has an extensive list of interesting things to do and place to visit. Across the county there are many beautiful landscapes that can be found. Greensand Ridge, Box Hill, the Devil’s Punch Bowl, Leith Hill and Frensham Common are some of the well known landscapes within the county. The Greensand Ridge is also the second highest point in the south east of England. The National Trust and the Ministry of Defense also run Thursley Common and Witley Common, which are two national parks which are set on an expansive piece of open land. The county consists of eleven non-metropolitan districts and it is said that there is at least one wildlife reserve in each of these districts. There are a total of eighty Surrey Wildlife reserves scattered across the county.
If you like history and would like to see a bit of old English history then you should take a trip to the Loseley Park Tudor mansion which was built in the 1560’s. To the east of Guilford lies the 18th century Palladian mansion which is known as Clandon Park and is located in West Clandon. There is also a very popular and well known theme park called Thorpe Park in the county, which offers fun and entertainment for all of the family. Surrey has quite a rich motoring history and the Brooklands Museum is where you can find all of the exhibits and facts about this. Over the years, Surrey has also been made famous through the media and in films and books. Surrey has been mentioned in numerous films and books, including Harry Potter, Emma and The War of the Worlds. In the films: The Holiday, Harry Potter and Atonement, Surrey was mentioned as the home place of the characters or was where the stories were set.
Removal Company have only one this in mind when we move you and that is that we prioritise your relocation so that you don’t need to worry about the hard work. Moving can be a big job and hard work at times, but provided that you seek help from the relocation professionals, you can stay calm and hand over the whole project to them and leave the team to do their job. At our company we give all of our clients the option to get involved in their Surrey removal or they can simply choose to leave it all to us whilst they continue with their lives as normal, either way is fine with us and we will still provide you with the same high quality results no matter what. If relocating at what would be classed as a ‘normal time’, then we would be happy to fit your Surrey move in around a time which suits you. Keeping our clients happy is our number one priority, just like holding the title of being professional and reliable in what we do is important to us too. If you have any questions regarding our removal services then please feel free to contact us at any time on where your call is always welcomed.
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