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Removals Christchurch

If you are moving locally or looking to move to Christchurch and searching for Removals Christchurch: White & Company have been based in the area for over 140 years and provide a full removals & storage solution. As founder members of BAR, FIDI & OMNI. White & Company can provide for a local move, anywhere in the UK, Europe or international destination

Connections & Removals Christchurch

Christchurch has good connections. Close to the A35, which runs from Devon through to Southampton via Poole, Bournemouth and the New Forest. The A31 runs north connecting to the M27 at Southampton, and the A338 is a direct route through to Ringwood. Christchurch has its worn train station with access to South Western Main Line from London Waterloo to Weymouth. The closest airport is in Bournemouth a distance of around 4 miles.

Schools & Removals Christchurch

There is a good mix of schools in the area and St Peter’s Catholic Comprehensive School had a great Ofsted Inspection in 2013 which stated that “GCSE results are consistently well above the national average, including in English and mathematics. The proportion of students achieving the top grades is high, and rising”

Christchurch Junior School (0.3 miles)
Christchurch Infant School (0.3 miles)
Stourfield Junior School (0.8 miles)
Twynham School (0.7 miles)
St Peter’s Catholic Comprehensive School (1.1 miles)
Harewood College (1.5 miles)
Linwood School (3.2 miles)
Parkfield School (3.3 miles)
Portfield School (4.2 miles)

Leisure & Removals Christchurch

Christchurch offers a fascinating mix of History and Heritage. Seafood is high on the menu of many of its restaurants being so close to the sea, the catch of the day is a popular dish. Also close by is Bournemouth, which is well known for great nightlife, entertainment and shopping. So Christchurch serves as a great base to discover Dorset!

Location & Removals Christchurch

In the past year house prices in Christchurch were 12% up on the year before and 14% up on 2011 when they averaged at £261,313. Currently the average price is £344,311 and values are continuing to rise with an increase of 3.66% in the last 6 months alone. The majority of homes sold in the past year were detached properties, but apartment sales are also on the increase. The most expensive road to live on Christchurch is Quay road, where you can expect to pay well over one million pounds for a home.

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