Removals companies for Wantage

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A2B Removals

4.8 out of 5.0 based on 74 reviews

A2B Removals is fully licensed and insured to perform both long distance and local moves. Let them take you from A 2 B! Their staff carefully pack your possessions and take the same care with the delicate items as with Read more

BlueSky Relocation Limited

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BlueSky Relocation is a nationwide leader in both domestic and commercial moves, offering a full, comprehensive, end-to-end relocation service at an affordable cost.Read more

Cornerstone Removals

4.8 out of 5.0 based on 4 reviews

Cornerstone Removals is a family-owned company that started years ago with moving a sofa and a fridge from here to there, and now has clients that own castles.Read more

Headington Carriers Ltd

5.0 out of 5.0 based on 3 reviews

Headington Carriers Ltd has been providing a first class Commercial, House and Office Removals and Storage Service for over 25 years. We pride ourselves on providing a personalised removal service to all our customers.Read more

New Horizons is based near the three borders of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire. New Horizons offer quality and well planned relocations to their customers.Read more

Local information

Based on reallymoving data up to December 2020

  • Average property price: £318,939
  • Average number of bedrooms: 2.60
  • reallymoving movers: 195
  • Average distance moved: 38 miles

For a small town in Oxfordshire, Wantage is steeped in history. Starting off as a small Roman settlement, in the 9th century King Alfred the Great was born in the town, and in the 19th century Lord Wantage helped to found the British Red Cross Society. In the modern day, Wantage is an attractive place to live. Winning the 2014 award for ‘Most Attractive Town Centre’, and only short journey away from Didcot, which has services to Oxford, London, Bristol and Cardiff, it is no wonder that reallymoving has helped over 125 people move into the small town in the space of just a year.

Reallymoving understands that removal day can often be a nervy time, but through us, we’ll take this stress off your shoulders before the day has even arrived. By giving you up to 5 quotes from quality local removal firms, you can decide which firm best suits your needs and budget, so you can relax when the day finally comes. Rest assured, whichever firm you pick, you will be in the hands of an experienced removals service who will see that your belongings are delivered smoothly and safely to your new home.

In the meantime, why not explore what Wantage has to offer? Whether visiting the Vale and Download museum, going into the town centre to the bustling marketplace, or going up to Abingdon to see the old Abbey, there is plenty to do for everyone.

 

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