All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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Paignton is a seaside town of about 50,000 people situated on the coast of Tor Bay. The town is home to several remarkable attractions, making Paignton an interesting place to live. Paignton Zoo Environmental Park is a notable example. The zoo is complete with its own botanical garden and it houses some 2,000 species of animal and over 1,600 species of plant. Another interesting attraction is Compton Castle, which lies just a few miles from Paignton. This Grade I listed building was constructed in the 12th century and today the building and its grounds are an enjoyable place to explore. However, Paignton’s most celebrated attractions are the beaches that are scattered along the surrounding coastline. Paignton Beach is close by and popular for residents and tourists alike as this beach is ideal for swimming and has its own pier arcade. Elberry Cove is another beach in the Paignton area and it is perfect for those who like to avoid the crowds. This rocky beach is beautifully surrounded by woodland and is famed for being one of Agatha Christie’s favourite bathing spots. Paignton clearly has much to offer and therefore, it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our removal companies have helped over 200 people relocate to the town in the last year alone.
At reallymoving.com, all our removal partners working in Paignton are local to the area and as such, have longstanding experience in working in and around Paignton. This means you can be confident that your move to Paignton will proceed as planned, no matter the type of building you are planning to move into.
With reallymoving.com and our removal partners, you can be sure that your move to Paignton will proceed as planned. This will leave you free to begin exploring Paignton and the surrounding countryside as soon as possible.
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