We have found that there are quite a few popular myths out there. If you are one of the people who believes that humans only have five senses or that chameleons blend in with their surroundings then you may be surprised what the internet can tell you, and here at Man and Van we would also like to debunk another myth because it turns out that moving doesn’t have to be stressful.
It sounds completely against everything you may know but the truth is that your moving experience is dictated by your moving company. We aren’t a removal company who just show up on the day, we do an assessment for you as early as possible. As a result, we can determine what size van you need and how many removal experts you require. As a result you know your price is the best you can get and in addition, we are happy to offer you access to the packing materials we use at cheap rates and if that isn’t enough, you can ring us any time for advice and take advantage of our decades of experience. All you have to do is call us on 020 3743 9354 to take advantage of Ashford’s local removal service with a difference.
Feltham formed a part of the ancient parish of Spelthorne in Middlesex although it has gone through a number of district authorities before ending up in the London Borough of Hounslow. It is famous for being one of the first areas to be properly mapped in the Ordinance Survey, and the pioneer of this great undertaking General William Roy is commemorated in the name of a local pub.
Until the 20th century Feltham was most notable for the market gardening that took place here, and indeed a garden pea was named after being grown for the first time in the area. However, since the industrial revolution it has become home to light industry and gravel extraction from the 1930s onwards. It is the premier area for redevolpment in the borough and the Longford Centre was opened in 2006 with a hotel, 800 homes and several shops.
Nearby Bedfont is a small suburban town which appears int he Domesday Boook as ‘Bedefunde’. Along with Hatton it was held by William Fitz Other as one of the three manors that he owned. It is also well known for being home to the first man to ever swim the English Chanel to France. Captain Matthew Webb performed tha amazing feat on 25th August 1875 and lived there until his death trying to swim the rapids in the Niagra Falls just five years later.
Once you have taken the decision to utilise our unique TW14 removal service the only favour we ask of you is that you log on to the London Borough of Houslow website by clicking on this link. This will allow you to book us a parking spot on the day of your move and as a result it allows us get as close as possible to your home, making the day less stressful and more efficient. After that, we’ll do all the favours for you so make a note of 020 3743 9354 and give us a call ASAP!