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Godalming is a small historic market town of about 20,000 people and is famed for being one of the most picturesque towns in Surrey. There are 82 listed buildings in Godalming’s town centre, making it an interesting place to explore and notable examples include Edwin Lewis’s Red House, the Charterhouse School and, most famously, the Pepperpot – Godalming’s old town hall. These buildings help make Godalming a unique and visually pleasing place to live. As the River Wey meanders through the town and the surrounding area, Godalming is also home to a number of lovely riverside walks. Walkers can enjoy tranquil strolls past canal boats and willow trees and for those who particularly enjoy the outdoors, the National Trust’s Winkworth Arboretum is a must visit. This section of woodland is full of exotic trees and plants and is particularly beautiful in springtime as bluebells are abundant. With so much going on it is unsurprising that Godalming was voted Britain’s 4th best place to live in 2014. Our users agree and in the last 12 months reallymoving.com and our removal partners have helped almost 250 people relocate to Godalming.
At reallymoving.com all our removal companies are local to Godalming, meaning they have longstanding experience in completing moves in the area. This will prove invaluable to your move as they will select only the optimal routes to avoid congestion hot-spots and Godalming’s High Street during pedestrianised periods.
With reallymoving.com and our removal partners you can be sure that your move to Godalming will be completed both safely and efficiently. This will leave you free to begin exploring Godalming, with its stunning walks and picturesque buildings, as soon as possible.
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