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House Removals in Westerham, TN16
House Removals in TN16 Westerham

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These House Removals companies are located in Westerham

Handy Moves
Company Type: Man and Van
Unit 53, 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Storage
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Removal Companies
UNIT 36, 88-90 HATTON GARDEN
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

Chelsea Transport Ltd
Company Type: Storage
Chelsea Ho/11 Market Sq
, TN16 1AN
Tel. 01959 564232

Man & Luton Van For Hire
Company Type: London Removals
22 Lusted Hall Lane
, TN16 2AE
Tel. 01959 541083

P & P Removals
Company Type: London Removals
11 Whitby Cl
, TN16 3NX
Tel. 01959 576667

P & P Removals (UK) Ltd
Company Type: Storage
11 Whitby Close
, TN16 3NX
Tel. 020 8309 0861

P P Removals & Self Storage
Company Type: London Removals
11 Whitby Close
, TN16 3NX
Tel. 020 83090861

Scorpion Man & Van
Company Type: Removal Quotes
38A Sutherland Avenue
, TN16 3HE
Tel. 07811 607214



The following House Removals are the ones that we have found closest to Westerham
C Spier Removals
Company Type: Removal Companies
219 Queensway
, BR4 9DX
Tel. 020 84621160

TN16 House Removals services in Westerham
Places of interest in Westerham, TN16

Westerham

The manor was originally run by Godwin, Earl of Kent and later by his son Harold the last Saxon King of England. The first Norman lord of Westerham was Eustace II of Boulogne, and the town appears in the Domesday Book as Oistreham. By 1227 Henry III granted Westerham a market charter, making the new village a major player in the buying and selling of cattle in Kent, a tradition that survived to 1961 when the last cattle market was held. St Mary's Church is thought to date from the 13th century, although it is much altered in Victorian times. In 1503 the Protestant martyr John Frith was born in the town.

Royal Observatory, Greenwich

British astronomers have long used the Royal Observatory as a basis for measurement: four separate meridians have been drawn through the building. The basis of longitude, the Prime Meridian, established in 1851 and adopted at an international conference in 1884, passes through the Airy transit circle of the observatory. It was long marked by a brass strip in the courtyard, now upgraded to stainless steel, and, since 16 December 1999, has been marked by a powerful green laser shining north across the London night sky.

Greenwich

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Queen's House

Paintings commissioned by Charles I for the house from Orazio Gentileschi, but now elsewhere, include a ceiling Allegory of Peace and the Arts, now installed at Marlborough House, London,[5] a large Finding of Moses, now on loan from a private collection to the National Gallery, London,[6] and a matching Joseph and Potiphar's Wife still in the Royal Collection.[7]

North End (ward)

Northend was a hamlet within the ancient parish of Crayford, although parts of the area covered by the hamlet are actually now within Colyers ward.

Information by Wikipedia.com



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