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Camborne (or Kammbron, meaning crooked hill in Cornish) is an old mining town of roughly 20,000 people situated in the north-west of Cornwall. Camborne is a picturesque town, complete with a quaint, pedestrianised centre – Commercial Square. The town itself has a lot to offer, from museums to traditional Cornish tearooms, and the redevelopment of Tuckingmill Valley Park has come to symbolise the areas regeneration. For those venturing out of Camborne, the beach is less than five miles away and days of sea and sandcastles are always enjoyable in the summer months. The South West Coast Path is located nearby offering enjoyable walks and spectacular views from Cornish cliff tops. Walking the Portreath to Perranporth route is particularly popular as it takes visitors past Gooden Heane Cove to one of the largest sandy beaches in the area. Camborne offers an idyllic, relaxed style of life near the Cornish coast and as such, it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped almost 65 people relocate to the town in the last year alone.
At reallymoving.com our professional removal partners are all local to the area, meaning they have a thorough working knowledge of both Camborne and the common issues that can arise when making moves in the area. Our removal companies will select the fastest and least congested routes and will deftly navigate large removal vans around Cornwall’s narrow and winding country roads.
Whether you want to relax on one of the many beaches near Camborne or explore the ruins of Carn Brea Castle, our removal partners are here to help. With their support, you will be able to complete your move to Camborne without any unexpected surprises.
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