Man and Van Woking - Moving to Woking
Are your children about to begin studying at Woking College?
Do you need a cost effective way of moving all their belongings?
Or perhaps you are about to move to this historic town 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 Woking 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 Woking
should be your first point of contact.
Shift It Removals offers a professional and courteous man and van Woking 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 college or moving your
whole house from far away to Woking, Shift It Man and Van Woking
are able to provide the trusted, caring service you deserve.
Let the Post Office know you are moving well in advance of removals day. This way your post will be redirected and you won't have to go back to collect it.
Print out a number of letters ready to inform people of your change of address. Put them with enevelopes and stamps and you won't have to search through boxes once you have moved home.
Inform your gas, electricity, water, sewage and phone companies well before the move and also check
that they supply their services in the area where your new home is.
If you have a cat or dog it may be kinder to give them to someone else for the day - removals men will be in and out of the house and you will be constantly worrying that
your pet has gone out. What if you cannot find the cat when you're ready to move!
Check that your removals company is insured and also reliable. Recommendations from other people are
useful - you can read recommendations for
Man and Van Woking on
Lots of bubble wrap, boxes and sticky tape will be essential - contact man
and van Woking for supplies.
Mark all your boxes with what is inside to make it easier to find what you need when you have moved and pack everything tightly without gaps - otherwise your boxes could crush down in the lorry... it's easier to stack boxes filled to the rim!
Have your kettle and coffee cups etc. handy - take them in the car with you because you will certainly need lots of cups of tea on the day of the move.
Write down the meter readings just before you leave and make sure you read the meters in your new home straight away.
Woking Borough Council
Whether you're visiting Woking for a day, a short break, a business trip, or hosting guests yourself, you're bound to find the information you need at this site.
National Rail Woking
If you are planning to travel by train to Woking - this is where to look!
Surrey Online - Woking
Situated in north-west Surrey, 25 miles from London, Woking was originally a village located at what is now known as Old Woking; the current town centre being open heathland. With the arrival of the Basingstoke Canal and then the railway in 1838, Woking suddenly became more accessible from London and, in the 1800's, the present town started to develop when London had a shortage of land.
Make your trip to Woking even better by visiting the theatre during your trip.
Woking College is an outstanding Sixth Form College providing full time education for nine hundred and fifty 16-19 year old students.
The college is conveniently situated close to Woking town centre with its excellent rail and road networks. We offer a variety of AS and A2 courses as well as a range of Vocational Courses and a limited number of GCSE options. Part-time Adult Education is also offered at venues across the Borough.
Woking College delivers high levels of academic achievements with consistently good examination results. The College is proud of its vibrant, friendly atmosphere, excellent pastoral care and its professional and caring partnerships between students, parents and teachers.
Woking Golf Club
Woking Golf Club was founded in 1893 on an area of open heathland in north-west Surrey and has since matured into a testing inland links. The initial course architect, Tom Dunn, made excellent use of the gently undulating topography. The course is characterised by long carries over heather to narrow, tree lined, fast running fairways and beautifully sculptured greens full of character and deceptive slopes. Woking Golf Club is the oldest of the three famous "W"s in the Woking area and has been described as a "hidden gem".