All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th June 2016
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Carmarthen in West Wales, on the River Towy has a strong claim to being the oldest town in the country. With a long and fruitful history, the industrial revolution saw Carmarthenshire become an important centre for iron and coal production, whilst going further back in the past, it is said Merlin the Wizard was born just outside the town. In modern times, main roads connect to the biggest cities in Wales run by Carmarthen, and there are good transport links around the area that mean removal firms can move your belongings to wherever they need to be quickly and efficiently.
At reallymoving we understand that moving day can be stressful and even an emotional day, and we partner with removal firms who understand the importance of a smooth service to take as much stress off you. The instant quotes you get from us provide you with the choice of removal firms so you can find the perfect one for you that accommodates to your needs.
Once you are settled into your new home, why not see what Carmarthen and its’ county has to offer? Carmarthenshire has an array of Castles and Towers, including Carmarthen, Laugharn, and Kidwelly Castle. The county also has outstanding natural beauty, with the Llyn Brianne Dam and Reservoir and the Carmarthenshire Coast just some of what the area holds in store.
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