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Removals Carnforth | A brief encounter with Carnforth | Moving to Carnforth

A brief encounter with Carnforth Carnforth has almost everything going for it.  It’s only five miles north of Lancaster and Morecambe.  If you’re a fan of the 1945 film Brief Encounter, you’ll know it was filmed at Carnforth railway station.  It has a faithfully replicated tea-room from the film. You can watch the film at […]

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Removals Luton | Moving to Luton | Luton Removals

If you are considering Moving to Luton in Bedfordshire, it’s close to London and relatively cheap compared to other areas. Along with the Arndale Centre which when originally built was the largest indoor shopping centre in Europe, Luton has a number of smaller shopping areas dotted around the town. Luton Hoo Mansion House On the southern […]

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Removals Harrogate | Thinking of moving to Harrogate | Moving to Harrogate

Thinking of Moving to Harrogate? If you’re thinking of moving to Harrogate, where should you look for a new home? The central or south side of the town is best for commuting, but it is also pretty expensive. It has a main train station and also Hornbeam Park Station, along with a good bus service. […]

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Grass Snakes | Removals Jersey | Storage Jersey

Saving Jersey’s Grass Snakes Common grass snakes are one of the Channel Island’s rarest reptiles. It is also Jersey’s only native snake. Rob Ward, a PhD student at the University of Kent, is studying the harmless grass snake to prevent its extinction on Jersey. The study is funded by the States Department for the Environment, […]

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HMS Liverpool | Removals Portsmouth | Storage Portsmouth

Turkish scrap merchant buys HMS Liverpool The former HMS Liverpool and HMS Manchester have been sold to a Turkish scrap merchant who will break up the vessels. The MoD has not revealed how much money has been attained from the contract with the Turkish company Leyal Ship Recycling, as the figures are commercially sensitive. HMS […]

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91% of Construction Workers Would Move Abroad

91-of-construction-workers-would-move-abroad Recruitment website, CareerStructure.com has conducted a study revealing the appeal of moving abroad for workers in the Construction Industry. According to H&V News, “Some 1269 professionals, spanning architects, site managers and project managers were asked about their motivations and reservations for moving abroad. While for some, the lure of the sun and the experience […]

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Removals Market Drayton | Moving to Market Drayton | Market Drayton Removals

Moving to Market Drayton Overview If you’re a fan of gingerbread moving to Market Drayton could be for you. It’s been recognised as the home of gingerbread for the past 200 years! It benefits from being close to the Shropshire Union canal with the breath-taking aqueduct. The centre of town has some rather beautiful architecture and a […]

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