Man and Van Surrey - Moving to Surrey
Are your children about to begin studying at The University of Surrey?
Do you need a cost effective way of moving all their belongings?
Or perhaps you are about to move to this beautiful county and need a cheaper method than a full removals service!
Why pay a fortune for removals when you can hire a man and van in Surrey and make
your moving day as easy as possible without breaking the bank?
For an hourly rate or for a fixed price, whichever you choose,
Man and Van Hire in Surrey
should be your first point of contact.
Shift It Removals offers a professional and courteous man and van Surrey service
and are ideally located to service all of your man and van requirements.
From single items locally, getting your sons or daughters off to University or moving your
whole house from far away to Surrey, Shift It Man and Van Surrey
are able to provide the trusted, caring service you deserve.
Don't forget to have your post redirected to your new address - tell the Post Office way before the moving day!
Organise letters ahead of the day to say that you've moved - then they are ready to post after you have moved in to your new
home - so much less hassle!
The gas, electricity, water, sewage and phone companies all need to be informed before the move and you need to check
that they supply their services in the area where your new home is.
Pets can be an absolute nuisance on moving day and it's often not much fun for them. Far better to arrange for a friend or
neighbour to have them for the day so that they can relax and you won't constantly be wondering if they have run out of
your open front door or disappeared into the removals lorry!
You always need to check that your removals company is insured and reliable. Also, recommendations from other people are
useful - you can read recommendations for
Man and Van Surrey on
Make sure you have a huge roll of bubble wrap, plenty of moving boxes, tape and marker pens. Contact man
and van Surrey for supplies.
Pack carefully and fill each box - don't leave any gaps as these will collapse inwards during the move and can cause damage.
It's also hard to stack boxes when they are collapsing!
Make lists and stick them to the sides of the boxes along with clearly marked room names - this will make life easier for your removals men.
Keep your kettle and coffee cups etc. out of boxes - you'll really need these on the day of the move.
Remember to read the meters just before you leave and make sure all windows and doors are secure.
The University of Surrey
The University of Surrey was established on 9 September 1966 with the grant of its Royal Charter but its roots go back to a late
19th century concern to provide greater access to further and higher education for the 'poorer inhabitants' of London.
The forerunner of the University, the Battersea Polytechnic Institute (founded 1891, first students admitted 1894) began
concentrating on science and technology from about 1920 and taught day and evening students for degrees of the University of London.
Its academic reputation steadily grew to the point in 1956 where it was one of the first colleges to be designated a 'college of
advanced technology'. It was renamed Battersea College of Technology in 1957.
Surrey County Council
Surrey County Council produces a residents' magazine three times a year to provide information about council services. It is available to read online.
The official tourism website for Surrey.
Just a stone's throw from London, Surrey offers a great diversity of accommodation and things to do as well as mouth watering restaurants,
cafes and pubs that cater for all tastes. Historic villages nestle perfectly alongside vibrant towns, surrounded at every turn by the stunning
Surrey countryside. Whether you're visiting Surrey for business or leisure, Surrey is perfect for your annual conference, a day trip or
weekend away with friends and family.
Surrey Police have a vision to deliver safe, satisfied and confident communities and relentlessly pursue those people that undermine them. Their
strategy is to put the Surrey Public first.
The Activity Clubs within Surrey Scouts are constituted to enable members of the Scout movement to enjoy specific activities in safety with
appropriate supervision, viz., air activities, caving, mountaineering, radio, shooting, water activities. These clubs organise a
variety of events and meetings, from open evening meetings and “taster days”, to more advanced Club events & instruction.
Programmes of events can be found on the County Website www.surrey-scouts.org.uk.
Surrey Wildlife Trust
Surrey Wildlife Trust (SWT) is a registered charity and the only organisation concerned solely with the conservation of all forms of
wildlife in Surrey. We care for more than 9,000 hectares of the county’s countryside for the benefit of people and wildlife.
We are the largest Wildlife Trust in terms of land managed - being responsible for 4.5% of the county. SWT is part of a nationwide
network of 47 local Trusts working to protect wildlife in towns and the countryside. Collectively, the Wildlife Trusts have 800,000
members and thousands of nature reserves.