Being different means lots of things to different people. Some see it as a rebellion against the norm, while others see it as a confrontation against convention. People will spend their lives trying to be different with others doing everything in their power to fit it. People will struggle to balance between both in their life and may never find a happy medium. Moving home may not be what you think about when you think about things like this but it can be a great example. Many people in their lives will want to stay where they are. They don’t want a new or extravagant home because they just want something plain and to the point. By doing this they are missing out and by being different we take the plunge and buy a new home that matches our creativity and personality.
Moving home can be a real chore. There’s much to do with all the packing, carrying and shifting, arranging transport and parking
, loading and then doing everything in reverse at your new address. Many people will think that you should just do it yourself like everyone else. We don’t agree with this and think you should think differently. Defy convention and call this number 020 3743 9354
. You will find yourself talking to us at Man and Van. We are a removals company who is dedicated to helping its customers with the difficult procedure of moving home. In the previous paragraph all the problems you will encounter are listed but with us around everything will be a breeze. We can do all of this and more in a swift, skilled and experienced manner. If you’re just starting your move or you’re finishing off we can be recruited to help you. We can offer a free quote that will give you an idea of our excellent prices and the number of services we provide.
Camden is a district within Inner London, and is located north west of London. It is the central area of the Borough of Camden and is north of Charring Cross. In the north is Hampstead and Highgate, and the Regent’s Canal runs through the area. It was endorsed as one of the thirty-five major centres in the 2008 London Plan and its postcode district is NW1.
The area was named after Charles Pratt, the first Earl of Camden when he acquired the manor through marriage. It was originally a part of Kentish Town and the parish of St. Pancras. In 1791 he gave permission for housing to be created and 1816 the Canal was constructed. The town’s importance grew when the railway was constructed but it wasn’t a fashionable place to live until 1973 when the popular Camden Markets began and have grown and attracts many visitors.
Camden is home to many retail stores and restaurants that have taken advantage of the diverse culinary tradition in the area. The markets are the district’s key feature with stalls dedicated to everything from food, arts and craft and bric-a-brac. It is London’s fourth-most visited attraction with over 100,000 people dropping in each week. The Roundhouse Theatre is a great destination for music and stage performances, there are many bars and pubs including the Electric Ballroom, Hawley Arms, KOKO, The World’s End and the Blues Kitchen. Historic sights include Arlington House, Camden catacombs, the Camden Eye, St. Michael’s Church, St. Pancras Old Church and the Jewish Museum London.
So if you want to be different and make a new life in Camden then call Man and Van now and we will take you home.