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What is the most common complaint from customers using removal companies? Lost, damaged or broken items are the main fear of people using such services, though this is not the case with LondonRemovals.org.uk. No matter what the item, we will take the extra time and effort to ensure your boxes, furniture and valuable belongings are safe and sound during the whole process. You need not fear any longer with our removal company’s services! Years of experience have taught us all we need to know about the business, making us the best in the field. We try not to use generic words to represent us, but this is the truth of the matter. LondonRemovals.org.uk is the best choice for your requirements, with our excellent customer service, attention to detail and desire to make things perfect. Add to that our affordable prices and you have a recipe for success.
Bow is a wonderful residential district in London, sometimes better known as Stratford-atte-Bow, its medieval name. Its curious name, however, has nothing to do with the famous English Longbow, but rather a bridge built in the 12th century. Legend says one of the wives of the famous king Henry I fell into the ford on her way to Barking Abbey and thus she demanded a bow-shaped bridge built over the river Lea. The place was also known for the Goose Fair, known for its rowdy crowds and drunken behavior immortalized in a witty poem by 17th century poet John Taylor.
During that century after the authorities had closed the fair, Bow became a centre for cattle slaughter and there were many butchers in the area. Smart folk with an eye for business found a way to use the leftover bones and mix them with clay to form fine porcelain so they rivaled China’s porcelain trade in Western Europe for a while. Bow was the home of Emmeline Pankhurst and her Women’s Social and Political Union, in the early days of the 20th century. They fought for the rights of working class women, and her daughter Sylvia Pankhurst fought for women’s rights too for 12 years, for which she was even once thrown in Holloway Prison.
St. Mary’s Church is also a place worth seeing in the area, dating all the way back to 1311. There is, among other things, a notable statue is the one of William Gladstone, a most notable British Liberal and Prime Minister during the 19th century, currently entombed in Westminster Abbey. For your convenience you can also find the London Underground stations at Mile End and Bow Road are a great way to experience the capital city. Some of the well-known attractions close to Bow are the Tower Bridge, the infamous Tower of London and Traitor’s Gate, where according to popular fiction many executions and tortures took place. That, however, has been exaggerated, so you can rest easy while visiting.
While you’re moving in London keep in mind that this can be quite troublesome and busy. Having a chance to complete everything on time and with no damage to your belongings can be difficult. Hiring a professional removals company to take care of all the details you can make sure things will go according to plan. Moving is more than just property or a new house or flat, it comes down to the sheer effort that is also required to deal with becoming part of a whole new place, especially if you have children involved – a new school and a new life too. If you need storage for your belongings we at LondonRemovals.org.uk can easily assist you with that. Just give us a call at 020 8746 4339 and we will cover all your needs. If you have a removal decided make sure you save us a parking spot for our vehicle so you can speed our work and make it less of a hassle. The website for the local borough can be accessed here.
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