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Harwich is a port town in England’s south-east and as it is strategically situated on the estuaries of the Rivers Stour and Orwell, it has a long naval history – the name Harwich itself even means ‘military settlement’ in old English. Due to its strategic position and close proximity to the continent, Harwich has been heavily fortified since the time of King Henry VIII and today the remains of three military forts – the Harwich Redoubt, the Beacon Hill Battery and the Bath Side Battery – overlook the Harwich coastline and are open to the public. Due to its history, Harwich is home to a number of listed buildings, some of which even date back to the medieval period, making the town a particularly unique place to live. Notable examples of Harwich’s listed buildings include the gothic-style parish church of St Nicholas and the Grade I listed Guildhall, built in 1769. Another interesting example is Electric Palace Cinema which, as it was built in 1911, is one of Britain’s oldest purpose-built cinemas surviving today. With so much going on, it is unsurprising that Harwich is a desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last year, reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped over 110 people relocate to Harwich.
At reallmoving.com you can compare quotes from up to 5 removal firms which will help you get the best deal on your move to Harwich. What’s more, as all our removal partners are not only regulated by Ombudsman Services but rated by other reallymovers, you can be confident in the high quality of service that they provide.
With reallymoving.com and our partners in removals, you can be sure that your move to Harwich will be completed both carefully and efficiently. This will allow you to begin exploring Harwich and the surrounding area as soon as possible.
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