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St Austell is an historic mining town situated just a few miles from Cornwall’s south coast. The town developed rapidly during the 18th century due to deposits of china clay, a material that is used in porcelain, paper and textile manufacturing. The old clay mines have left their mark on St Austell’s surrounding landscapes and large conical mounds, referred to occasionally as the Cornish Alps, make the surrounding countryside particularly unique. St Austell also has a longstanding brewing tradition and St Austell’s Brewery, established in 1851, offers tours to visitors and still produces beer for the surrounding area. Three miles from St Austell lies the Eden Project, one of Cornwall’s most celebrated attractions. The project is home to thousands of plant species and is dominated by two large climate-controlled domes that mimic rainforest and Mediterranean climates. There are many stunning beaches and coastal walks in the St Austell area making this scenic town a very desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last year, reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped almost 200 people and families relocate to St Austell.
At reallymoving.com, all our removal partners are local to St Austell and have longstanding experience in completing moves in the area. Therefore, whether you are moving to an old mining terraced house or a detached new build our removal partners will be able to complete your move both quickly and safely. What’s more, as reallymoving.com lets you compare quotes from up to five removal firms you can be sure that you will get the best value for money when moving to St Austell.
Whether you want to explore St Austell’s surrounding countryside or swim and relax at one of the many nearby beaches, reallymoving.com and our removal partners are here to help. With our support, you can begin enjoying your new home – and everything that St Austell has to offer – as soon as possible.
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