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Redruth, an historical Cornish mining town, is part of the largest conurbation in Cornwall and has a population of roughly 15,000 people. Today Redruth is home to covered markets, a multi-screen cinema and various antique shops, pubs and eateries. In the old butter market, in Redruth’s centre, are the Tregellas Tapestries. This collection of 58 tapestries depict the history of Cornwall and attract visitors from across the British Isles and beyond. About a mile south-west of Redruth stands Carn Brae which housed a neolithic settlement some 5,000 years ago. This area is also home to Carn Brae Castle, built by the Basset Family in the 18th Century and as the structure stands on large uncut boulders it is a particularly eye-catching building. Alongside housing buildings of historical significance, Carn Brae is also home to a number of natural wonders – for example, Cup and Saucer Rock – making it a place full of enjoyable country walks. With so much going on Redruth and the surrounding area is clearly a desirable place to live and as such, it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped almost 80 people relocate to the town in the last year alone.
At reallymoving.com you can compare quotes from up to five removal firms which will ensure you get the best value for money when moving to Redruth. What’s more, as our removal partners are all rated by other reallymovers, you can be confident that they will provide a competent and efficient removal service.
Whether you want to explore Redruth’s surrounding countryside or relax in the towns restaurants and tearooms, reallymoving.com and our removal partners are here to help. With our support, you can complete your move to Redruth and begin enjoying your new home in the town without delay.
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