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Scunthorpe, known to some as the ‘Industrial Garden Town’, is the third largest settlement in Lincolnshire. The town developed through the exploitation of Iron resources and the formation of Iron works from 1850 onwards causing the local football team, Scunthorpe United, to be nicknamed ‘The Iron’. One of Scunthorpe’s most iconic buildings is the church of St John the Evangelist. The church was completed around 1891 and held services for almost 100 years. Today the church has been transformed into the 21-20 Visual Arts Centre that showcases work from contemporary artists. Scunthorpe is also home to a number of other museums, most notably the North Lincolnshire Museum. If museums are not really for you, Scunthorpe has many parks and greenspaces that make for enjoyable walking destinations. The Ashby Ville Nature Reserve is a particularly exciting example and walkers can enjoy pleasant walks, glimpse many wild birds and younger visitors may even like to paddle on the sandy stretches of waterside. Scunthorpe clearly has a lot to offer making the town a very desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped facilitate over 200 moves to Scunthorpe.
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Whether you want to explore Scunthorpe’s museums, bars and restaurants or enjoy watching the local football team, reallymoving.com and our removal partners are here to help. With our support, you can begin enjoying your new home in Scunthorpe without delay.
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