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Truro is Cornwall’s only city and like many other towns in the county it grew first through port trade and later as a stannary (or tin mining) town. Although Truro is home to only 19,000 people, it gained city status in 1910 after the completion of Truro Cathedral. Built in the Gothic-Revival style, Truro Cathedral is one of the city’s most recognisable buildings. Another notable building is the Royal Cornwall Museum which seeks to highlight Cornwall’s history and champion a better understanding of the county’s past a present. Truro, as it has been throughout its history, is one of Cornwall’s leading retail centres. The indoor Panier Market is open year round and it helps Truro retain its quaint market town feel. As Cornwall’s regional centre, Truro is home to a number of events and festivals – most of which are centred on Lemon Quay. Truro has its own city carnival and the weekend-long festivities include music and arts performances, fireworks, a circus and parades. The carnival attracts visitors from across Cornwall and adds significantly to Truro’s desirability as a living destination. With so much going on, it is unsurprising that in the last year reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped almost 200 people relocate to Truro.
As Truro is the retail capital of Cornwall, the city experiences severe congestion problems – particularly along the A390 from the Arch Hill roundabout to Truro’s city centre. Truro’s congestion is one reason reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our professional removal companies. Our partners in removals are all local to Truro and have longstanding experience in completing moves in the local area. Therefore, our removal partners will select the least congested routes to ensure you move is completed on time.
With the help of reallymoving.com and our removal partners, you can be confident that your move will be completed as efficiently as possible. This will leave you free to relax and begin enjoying your new home in Truro without delay.
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