Locally based, we are the experts in Romsey removals, whether you’re moving to, from or within this picturesque town. Locally based, a few miles away in Winchester, for 20 years, we know every inch of this Hampshire market town and will ensure your move, whether household, office or storage, is seamless and stress-free.
Free Quotes for Romsey Removals
Call to book your free quote on 01962 860905. We’ll visit you and discuss every aspect of your removal needs, whether you’re moving home, office, into storage or a mixture of all three. We’ll make sure our service is tailored to you.
Top 10 Tips For A Stress-Free Move
- Get a free quote from us on 01962 860905 as soon as possible
- Keep in touch regarding availability as things change quickly
- Don’t agree an exchange date before booking removals
- Declutter before packing
- Start packing as early as possible
- Always know where the kettle is and have biscuits handy!
- Arrange parking for our van
- Get insurance
- Create a checklist, examples here and here
- Take meter readings
Relax and let us take care of your move
- Removal to and from a property
- Removal to and from storage
- Accessible self-storage
- Caravan and campervan storage
- Packing and unpacking
- Dismantling and reassembling furniture
- Carpet protection
Experienced Removals Team
Winchester Removal’s heritage reflects that of the city in which we’re based and we’re proud of it. In over 30 years of moving people to and from Hampshire, there’s not much we haven’t seen. Our experience means we can make one of those, reportedly, most stressful moments of your life feel more like a dream.
Household removals in Romsey are second nature to us but with our experience, we’re all too familiar with the many scenarios that can be faced during a move. Downsizing or going in to rented and need storage? Need to move your business too? Can’t dismantle your wardrobe? No space on your new drive for the campervan? Or simply hate packing? Let us take the strain.
For more information, call 01962 860905.
Moving To Your Own Little Piece Of History
Situated on the banks of the River Test, and home to the 19th century Prime Minister, Lord Palmerston, this picturesque town grew up around the Benedictine Abby, founded in 907AD. Despite being destroyed by the Vikings, it was rebuilt in 1000 and survives to this day as the town’s parish church. A beautiful example of Norman architecture, it cements Romsey’s place in history.
Papermaking, sack making, and brewing helped the town prosper through the 19th Century. In fact, at one stage it boasted more than 80 pubs, which was twice the national average! Until 1981, Strong’s Brewery was a major employer and the town’s association with beer is kept very much alive today by the Flack Manor Brewery.
We’ve got a great range of eateries providing Thai, Indian and French cuisine as well as a number of teashops, including a very friendly cat café!
King John’s House and Heritage Centre is a group of three buildings dating from the 13th Century. As well as providing a window on life in early Romsey the centre runs art exhibitions, talks and craft workshops.
The home of Earl Mountbatten, Broadlands, is within walking distance of the town centre and the original manor belonged to Romsey Abbey. In 1767 it was given a Capability Brown makeover resulting in the beautiful mansion we see today. It’s still a family home but some rooms are open to the public and the grounds are frequently used for events and concerts.
The Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, based just outside the town, are famous for their unrivalled collection of trees, shrubs and hardy plants. Sir Harold travelled all over the world collecting specimens and opened his garden and arboretum in 1953. Today the gardens provide inspiration to gardeners everywhere as well as putting on very popular programme of summer events.
For your children
The town is serviced by a number of successful state and independent schools to give your little people the best start in life. There’s also a whole host of activities to them entertained: the interactive Signal box, popular leisure complex Romsey Rapids and home of Peppa Pig world, Paulton’s Park. As a local, a season ticket to the park provides a whole host of activities and we’re very lucky that, voted the UK’s No.1 theme park four years running, this is right on our doorstep.
Broadlands provides a full range of events and concerts including the Romsey Show and the Beggars Fair. If theatre is your thing, the beautiful Art Deco Plaza Theatre is the Home of Romsey Amateur Dramatic Society (RAODS) who run a full programme of shows throughout the year. If none of that takes your fancy, you can always jump on the train to nearby Southampton or Salisbury.
For help with Romsey removals and storage, call 01962 860905.