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Originally the site of a Roman fort, Abergavenny has a long and fruitful history, and the remains of a Norman Castle remain in the town to this day. Surrounded by natural beauty, including the Blorenge Mountain and the Sugar Loaf, Abergavenny has been called the ‘Gateway to Wales.’
Our removal teams in the local area are all very experienced and know the roads around the area extremely well, something that really comes in handy on moving day. Whether coming down the Heads of the Valley Road, which can be a dangerous road for people who don’t have experience on it, or simply driving from one side of town to the other, you can be confident in your removals firm to get your belongings to wherever they need to go safely and soundly.
Reallymoving can make the moving process even easier by giving you directly comparable quotes from the best removal firms in the area, meaning you’ll be able to find the right firm to suit your needs and budget. With us, you could be moving into your house sooner than you might think.
When settled in, why not have a look to see what the local area has to offer? Whether going up to Pontypool for a shop, going into Blaenavon to venture down the famous Big Pit, or visit Abergavenny Museum, there is plenty to do in the local area.
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