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Thames Ditton Removals

We undertake large home and office removals in and around Thames Ditton. Long Ditton and Western Green and smaller moves, if required with our Man & Van service. If you already live in or around Thames Ditton, the following is unlikely to be news to you, but if you are moving to the area you may find some of this of interest.

For more than 300-years Thames Ditton has been a popular place to live, being conveniently close to London, having the catchet of nearby Hampton Court across the river and the towns of Kingston and Surbiton close by. The original rural aspect of the village has long since passed and the two or three hour journey to London by horse or carriage has been replaced by a fast train journey into the capital.

The London and South Western Railway arrived in 1849 and this gradually changed the nature of the village. Market gardens that previously provided food for London, made way for housing for commuters and it became a dormitory village. More recently, the High Street has lost many of its shops to supermarkets, but it still has a bakery and greengrocers along with bars and restaurants.

Along with nearby Long Ditton and Weston Green, it is an attractive places to live, with excellent facilities as well as green spaces.

If you are moving to or from Thames Ditton, or need items of furniture or office equipment moved locally – click to call us now on Tel: 020 8945 7836

Kirsty Clark
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“Moved me from Surbiton to Twickenham. Provided a very in-depth and professional quote, that involved a home visit instead of just over the phone. Along with the packing service they offer, there are a variety of service options to suit anyone’s budget. The range of choice really attracted me and I was very pleased all round with the work carried out.”
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“the guys did a great job. really freindly and seemed to work well hard all day. coudln’t have done it without them. wud recomend.”
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“These guys were great. On time, professional, fast and careful with our fragile items. I would recommend them without hesitation.”