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Time for a Move? Your SW20 Movers are the Ones to Call!

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When you are getting ready to move out of your old house and into the new one, your first thought will probably be to do it all on your own. And of course you are able to do it; the organizing, see how many boxes to buy, run down to the DIY store and buy them or run around to your local grocery stores to borrow already used ones. You will be able to plan it all, wrap it all and pack everything by yourself, load it into your car and make several of trips back and forth with a rented van or with your own car with a rented trailer. But why should you go through all that and spend all that money when you can streamline everything with the best Moving Company SW20 around?. London Removals has everything you need to make a smooth transition to your new home; we have everything from a Man with a Van SW20 to a splendid packing service!. Your house removal SW20 will go by a lot smoother if you just hire London Removals have a gathering of strong movers who have lots of experience in the area and who will make sure that your belongings will be well taken care of. Everything will be delivered to your new home where you will get help loading everything to its right place.  Also we can provide you with storage space for the moving or for a longer time. Call 020 8811 8918 for a free quote today to get going. Your move will be over before you know it.

SW is the postcode area of the Battersea district and covers the south western London and has 29 postcode districts with the South Western parts covering SW1-SW10 and Battersea covering SW11-SW20. SW95 is used by the Department for Work and Pensions and is a non-geographical postcode. The postcode originated as the SW district in 1857 and gained some of the area of the S district in 1868 while the rest went to the postcode SE and was split up into numbered districts in 1917. SW covers each side of River Thames and SW1 has a coverage of the London central on the northern bank of Thames between Chelsea Bridge and Hungerford Bridge and  contains the Tate Gallery, Thames House Westminster Abbey, Whitehall, Westminster School and Dolphin Square. The postcode districts of SW2–SW10 create the inner part with SW3, SW5 and SW6, SW7 plus SW10. The postcodes SW11 to SW20 include the outer area.

The postcode SW20 covers the West Wimbledon district and Wimbledon Chase, Raynes Park, Lower Morden and Merton Park. West Wimbledon is a district in Greater London – which it became part of in 1965 – in the local authority of London Borough of Merton, located about 25 miles southwest of central London. During the history of time, the ownership of the manor Wimbledon have changed many times. It used to belong to the county of Surrey and, as said, was absorbed into Greater London and the Borough of Merton in -65. There is a large tennis facility with the same name – Wimbledon – here with space for over 400 000 spectators, where the British outdoor championships, the Wimbledon Championships, is played since 1877.

The right choice would be to go with us, and if you do, please help us help you and do reserve a parking space here so that we have somewhere near your home to place the moving vehicle. This to reduce the amount of time it takes to unload your things and will ensure the safety of the team, passing traffic and your items.

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