Bromborough’s Man and Van

Hire Man and Van Bromborough Movers Removal Company Bromborough CH62 Man with a Van nearby postcodes CH42, CH63, CH64, CH65, CH66 Removals CH62

Looking for the best man and van services in Bromborough?
Just call our specialists today for a free no obligation quote on
020 3743 9354.
We have helped numerous people with their home and office removal needs in Bromborough.
No job is too big or too small for our team and we have experts on hand when it comes to protecting your valuables.

Areas we cover near Bromborough:

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You are excited about the move; you are taking a new step in your life. You have planned it all with how to decorate your new home and what things will go where. You have prepared your family for the big day and you are ready to rock. All though, very much energy is already spent and all you want is for all your things to be placed in your new home. You are tired of spending time and energy on your old home and want to start again with your new one. Then it might be time to think of hiring a CH62 removal company that will give you a helping hand to get to that point faster and simpler. Man and Van is a team with experienced movers who will be glad to help you pack, load, carry, transport and carry again. Just give us a call on 020 3743 9354 and we will answer all the questions that you might have. You will be guaranteed insurance for your items and a healthy back. Call us today and you will be on your way to your new home and life.

The CH postcode area is also known as the Chester postcode area and is a postcode district area close to the Wales/England border and covers the present Flintshire – former Chester district – county and covers  Chester, Ellesmere Port, Birkenhead,   Wallasey, Prenton and Neston in England and , Bagillt, Connah's Quay, Buckley, Flint, Mold  and Holywell in Wales. It has got 13 post towns and 37 postcode districts. Everyone begins with CH and has a range of 1-99 with some spaces. The city of Chester was founded in 79 BC under the name of fortress Deva which was a Roman legion fort built on a sandstone cliff to avoid high tide. The fort was the main facility for the 20th Legion Valeria Victrix, who used it as a military fort. Today you can see many relics that is left from that period, like parts of the primordial Roman wall, parts of an old heating system in the Roman bathhouse, a street pattern of the four main streets.

CH45 – CH63 covers the post town of Wirral. CH62 is the postcode we are interested in here, and has a coverage of Spital, New Ferry, Eastham, Port Sunlight and Bromborough. Wirral – peninsula – is located in North West England and is linked to the west to the River Dee and north by the Irish Sea and is forming a limit between England and Wales. The name comes from the Anglo Saxon Chronicle Wirheal where wir means myrtle tree and heal means corner, so the myrtle corner. It is told that this land once was covered in bog myrtle and later on became Willaston and now Wirral or the Wirral. Wirral has got a nice range of beaches, villages and National Trust owned lands and a view over the Irish Sea, Victorian Pleasure Gardens such as North Wirral Coastal Park and Thor’s Stone. Architectural places such as the Port Sunlight and Hamilton Square are also worth visiting plus the Lady Lever Art Gallery that houses paintings from the 18th and 19th century.

By letting Man and Van assist you, your move will go by more smoothly and you will not have to worry about things breaking as well as your back. Call us today and make an appointment and save yourself the time and energy. Please make sure that you reserve a parking spot for the vehicle for the day of so that there won’t be so far from your home. That will reduce the amount of carrying.


F. Croft

From the onset, their movers ensured my move to Bromborough went by smoothly. Nothing untoward happened. They listened to my wants and needs and went about providing the perfect moving day service.


Great to find such a good moving company with decent prices in CH62.