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Walsall is a town of roughly 70,000 situated in the British midlands, 8 miles north-west of Birmingham. Walsall has lots to explore, including Walsall Arboretum – a Victorian era public park, complete with two boating lakes – alongside a number of museums and art galleries. Walsall is also undergoing a string of redevelopment projects. These projects include Walsall Manor Hospital redevelopment, the new Walsall College, the Waterfront South development and the St. Matthew's Quarter. The last two are particularly significant as they are developing new residential and retail spaces for those local to Walsall, making the city an increasingly attractive place to live. Our users agree, and in the last 12 months reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped almost 700 people and families relocate to Walsall.
With reallymoving.com you can instantly compare quotes for up to five removal companies which will help ensure you get the best value for money when moving home. Moreover, all our removals partners have a thorough working knowledge of the local area. This means that whether you are moving to a new build in Waterfront South or to one of Walsall’s semi-rural areas around Barr Beacon, our removals partners will know the best routes to take to avoid both congestion and unnecessary bumps in the road.
Whether you want to relax in Walsall’s bars and restaurants or explore the towns surrounding countryside, our removal partners are here to ensure your move is as straightforward as possible. This will leave you free to enjoy your new home – and everything Walsall has to offer – without delay.
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