Life can be full of surprises. We never know what’s going to happen and that’s what brings both happiness and sorrow. We look for a balance between the unexpected and the ordinary to live our day to lives. Without consistency we would never be able to relax and without change things become stale. One of the best ways to do both at once is to move into a new home. It is thrilling because it allows for new experiences but also it helps us to create a new sanctuary for ourselves that we can retreat to when we want to relax.
As you start the process by picking and choosing your new home things are going well. You’ve found the right house in the right area and everything is looking good, that is until the actual move begins. This is when order becomes chaos as you have to start to quickly organise your things, get the necessary containers and wrapping, place all your belongings into them and arrange parking
and transport. You then have to struggle to get everything safely out of your home and out onto the lorries. Once everything arrives at your new address you have to do the whole process in reverse and you find that the unexpected difficulty of the move is undermining the fun and enthusiasm you previously experienced.
If you want to be ready for the unexpected then you should call Man and Van. As a top removals firm we are prepared for every job and any unforeseen problem that may occur during a move. Call us now on 020 3743 9354 and we can be around straight away and within a few days the whole process will be over and you’ll be in your new home as expected
. When you call we can give you a rundown of our services, because we will not only take care of everything and even offer storage and help with office and international moves.
If you’re moving to Twickenham then you’re in for a pleasant surprise. It is mostly a suburban town, south west of Central London. It is a part of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and was recognized as a major centre by the 2008 London Plan. It became a part of the Municipal Borough of Twickenham in 1926 and joined Greater London in 1665.
Twickenham’s history goes very far back, with settlements form the Neolithic or Mesolithic discovered. Evidence suggests that people continued to live here from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age and then the Roman Occupation of Britain. The first recorded mention of the area dates back to 734 when the area was given to the Bishop of London. The area slowly developed over its busy history as it contended with everything from the Bubonic Plague, explosions and the destruction of several mills, and the Blitz.
The area is home to many lavish housing, gardens, public houses, parks and leisure facilities. St. Mary’s University College is in Twickenham, and is the oldest Catholic college in the UK. There are various Victorian houses as well as Radnor Gardens, Pope’s Grotto, the tree filled area of St. Margarets and one of London’s main film studios - Twickenham Studios. Rugby is a big part of the area with Twickenham Rugby Stadium housing League club the Harlequins and Union team London Broncos. The Cabbage Patch pub on London Road is a popular venue that features regular live music acts.
So if you want that next surprise in life to be a pleasant one, let Man and Van take you home to Twickenham.