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If you are planning on moving house in the postal district of CR4 then you need to seriously consider the day of transition itself. There are many people who wait too long to hire a removal company, and just as many (if not more) who think they are capable of doing it themselves. The former end up in a particularly tricky situation of not having the necessary help and the latter generally find that it was a huge mistake not to even try and get the help in the first place. Packing up and transporting all of your worldly possessions can be mentally and physically detrimental to your health. Most people finish the day with no small number of muscle strains and a distinctly shorter temper. Why go through all of this unpleasantness when you could just call London Removals and acquire the best removal services in CR4. We strive to look after each and every one of your possessions to the best of our ability by making sure that nothing is damaged in the move. Our inexpensive prices and wealth of experience in the business combine to make an extremely efficient removal service that is invaluable to all potential home movers.
The CR postcode represents the area of Croydon in London. CR4 is specifically formed from Mitcham and Beddington Corner.
Mitcham is a district in the southwest of London and resides on the border between inner and outer London. It is close to Wimbledon and Croydon making it a well placed area to live in. The name Mitcham is thought to derive from Old English and there was definitely a Celtic settlement in the area before the presence of the Romans and the Saxons, respectively; evidence of a hill fort proves such a claim. Archaeologists unearthed Roman-era graves and also a Saxon graveyard which happens to be the largest found to date. Although the parish church of St Peter and St Paul was reconstructed in the 19th century, it was originally built in the Saxon era too, emphasising the history of the area. Mitcham became known for its fragrant air due to it having a plethora of lavender fields, and was home to the author and philosopher John Donne, as well as the great explorer Sir Walter Raleigh. As with most villages and sparsely populated settlements, the coming of the industrial revolution brought about townhood and a marked increase in residents. Over four hundred and sixty acres of London’s open green space are found within the borders of Mitcham in which several ponds reside.
There are several notable buildings, such as The Canons. Eagle House and Mitcham Common Windmill. The Canons is a 17th century house that was only sold to the city council within the last century, Eagle house was built in 1705 and was formerly owned by Sir Walter Raleigh, and the windmill dates from the early 19th century.
So if you live in the CR4 postal district then all you have to do is call us on 020 8811 8918. Make sure to call us with plenty of time to spare because if you don’t you might miss out on the chance to have a trustworthy and friendly company helping you out on such an important day. You don’t need to worry about struggling through the day alone because we’re here to help you through it. Click here to reserve a parking spot for our vehicle on the day you have arranged with us.