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Verwood is a small town of about 14,000 people situated in the east of Dorset. Verwood is historically a pottery town and Verwood pottery has been produced in the area since Roman times. Although the industry is less important to the town’s economy today, Verwood still celebrates its pottery heritage and a primitive country pottery workshop has been preserved at the Verwood Heathland Heritage Centre. Verwood is home to a weekly market that takes place at Memorial Hall. The market sells fresh, locally produced food and thus it helps give Verwood its quaint, almost village-like feel. The Verwood Hub is the cultural centre of the community. The Hub has a 300 seat theatre and alongside theatrical productions, the Verwood Hub showcases films, art and other events. Verwood moreover, is situated within some stunning countryside and the Sutton Holmes Nature Reserve, just a two miles away, is a lovely place to walk. With so much going on it is unsurprising that Verwood is a very sought after living location. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped almost 50 people relocate to the town.
At reallymoving.com all our removal partners are local to the Verwood area and have longstanding experience in completing moves in the area. Their expertise will be incredibly valuable to you during your move to Verwood as our removal partners will take only the best routes to avoid congestion hot-spots – like the Avon Causeway and Matchams Lane. This will help ensure that your move is completed as efficiently as possible, saving you time and money.
With reallymoving.com and our professional removal partners, you can rest assured that your move to Verwood will be completed on time. Our support will give you the peace of mind necessary to relax and begin enjoying all that Verwood has to offer.
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