All data below is based on reallymoving registrations for the 12 months to 30th September 2017
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Sandhurst is a town of about 20,000 people, situated in south-east Berkshire. The town is renowned globally as it houses the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst which trains officers for the British Army, alongside a number of soldiers from overseas. The town itself has a lot to offer and the nearby Windsor Castle – the world’s largest inhabited castle – attracts visitors from across the British Isles and beyond. The castle has been occupied by English monarchs since the time of Henry I and visitors can explore much of the castle’s stunning interior and even witness the changing of the guard which happens daily at 11am. Sandhurst is also home to a number of places perfect for outdoor activities. Horseshoe Lake Activity Centre is ideal for adventurers as it offers a variety of activities from raft building to windsurfing. The lake is also set within some lovely grounds and visitors can enjoy strolling along some of their many footpaths. With so much going on, it is unsurprising that Sandhurst is a desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped almost 120 people and families relocate to Sandhurst.
At reallymoving.com, all our removal partners are local to Sandhurst and have longstanding experience in completing moves in the area. This means that whether you are moving into a terraced house in the towns centre or a large detached farmhouse just outside, you can be sure that our removal partners will complete your move both carefully and efficiently.
All the removal firms that reallymoving.com will place you in contact with are rated by other users meaning that you can be confident in the high quality of service that they will provide. With their support, you can complete your move to Sandhurst and begin enjoying all the town has to offer as soon as possible.
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