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Queens Removals is an experienced removal company providing reliable and efficient moving services in the Woking area. With years of experience in the removals industry, we are dedicated to helping you move your belongings safely and securely. Whether you need a full house move or just a few items moved, we can provide the perfect solution. Our team of experienced and professional staff will ensure that your move is as stress-free as possible, and all of our services are tailored to meet your individual needs.
At Queens Removals, we understand that each move is unique and we are dedicated to providing a customised service to meet your exact requirements. We have a range of vehicles and equipment to suit any size of move, so you can rest assured that your belongings will be moved safely and securely. We can also provide packing and unpacking services, as well as offering storage solutions. All of our services are competitively priced and we can provide a free no-obligation quote.
We take great pride in our commitment to customer service and satisfaction, and we strive to ensure that every move is as smooth and hassle-free as possible. Our team of experienced removals experts take the utmost care with all of your belongings, and our friendly and professional staff can provide advice and assistance every step of the way. For added peace of mind, we can also provide insurance cover for your move.
If you’re looking for a reliable and experienced removal company in the Woking area, look no further than Queens Removals. Our team is here to help make your move stress-free, so contact us today for a free, no-obligation quote.
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Woking is a charming town that proudly shares its name with the surrounding local government district, situated in the northwest of Surrey. With a population of 62,796, Woking offers a vibrant community and rich history. Its earliest written appearance dates back to the Domesday book, where it was noted as the site of an 8th-Century monastery. Additionally, the Hoe Valley Scheme stands out as a noteworthy housing project aimed at relocating Woking homes away from the flood plain of the Hoe stream. The Woking borough council has diligently planned this scheme for a remarkable period of 20 years. Notably, Woking boasts an exceptional arts and heritage centre known as The Lightbox. Within its walls, visitors can marvel at captivating exhibitions featuring suspended hands from the ceiling, a concise yet informative history of Woking, and a diverse array of other engaging displays.
While Woking's earliest written appearance can be traced back to the illustrious Domesday Book, it holds an even earlier significance as the site of an 8th-century monastery, referred to as Wochingas. In the Domesday Book, it is documented as Wochinges, held by esteemed figures such as King William the Conqueror, Walter FitzOther, Constable of Windsor Castle, and Ansgot and Godfrey from Osbern FitzOsbern, who was then the bishop of Exeter.
Modern Woking was formed in the area to the south of the Basingstoke Canal around the railway station, built in 1838 at the junction between the lines to London, the south coast, and the south-west of England, and the private railway to Brookwood Cemetery, which was developed by the London Necropolis Company as an overflow burial-ground for London's dead. As a result, the original settlement 1 mile to the south-east, on the River Wey, became known as "Old Woking". Later, Woking Crematorium at St John's became the first crematorium in the United Kingdom.
As part of Woking's proposed Priority Homes PFI submission, back gardens of a significant number of houses were at risk of development. From January to September 2007 this resulted in an extensive community engagement to see if and how these back gardens could be used for development. The scheme was eventually cancelled.
Barnsbury also has a primary school. Most of Barnsbury's students now attend the newly built Hoe Valley School for their secondary education.
Woking, along with the majority of the British Isles experiences a maritime climate, characterised by cool summers and mild winters. Woking is one of the districts in the UK least reliant on Public Sector employment.
The largest employer in Woking is the McLaren Group.
Companies with global headquarters in Woking include chemical and assembly materials company Alent plc and Ambassador Theatre Group.
Woking railway station is one of the busiest commuter stations in the London commuter belt, and Woking's position along the M25 motorway facilitates commuting both into London and throughout the Home Counties.
There is a large concentration of office accommodation in Woking town centre.