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Fraserburgh is a town of roughly 12,000 people situated in the northeast corner of Aberdeenshire, about 40 miles north of Aberdeen itself. This coastal town is home to a busy harbour and is the biggest shellfish port in all of Europe. Fraserburgh has a lot to offer and is well known for the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses that overlooks Fraserburgh Beach. The beach itself, with its white sands and rugged Scottish coastline, is a lovely place to explore. If you walk across the beach, the Philorth Nature Reserve is nearby and where lucky visitors can glimpse many rare seabirds. On returning to Fraserburgh, the golf course is an enjoyable place to relax and play a few holes amidst Scotland’s sublime countryside. Alternatively, Aden Country Park is a short distance from the town and it houses the Aberdeenshire Farming Museum, the ruins of a country house and many beautiful country walks. As there is so much going on, Fraserburgh is clearly an attractive place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped 6 people relocate to Fraser. It may not seem like much but it’s considerable relative to Fraserburghs size and we a still expanding.
At reallymoving.com we will only put you in contact with removal firms local to the area and their knowledge of local roads and house types will ensure that your move is completed according to plan. What’s more, our removal companies are all rated by previous users so you can be confident they will provide a quality and reliable service.
Whether you want to explore Fraserburgh’s beaches and surrounding coastlines or enjoy a stroll with Fraserburgh walking club our removal partners are here to help. With their support, you can begin enjoying your new home – and everything Fraserburgh has to offer – without any unforeseen delays.
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