Removals Company in Leatherhead (KT22)
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About WH Cox Leatherhead Removals Services
For nearly half a century, we’ve been moving people to and from Leatherhead. We know the area like the backs of our hands and we use only the very best movers and drivers. Everything we do is handled efficiently, with your peace of mind our primary aim. We know that moving is a stressful time, and we’ll do whatever we can to make it easier.
In good time, we’ll make sure you have all the cardboard boxes you could possibly need, along with other helpful packing materials. On the actual moving day, our uniformed team will show up at the agreed time and get everything done. We also have storage units, so if you’ve got an excess of belongings, there’s help at hand. Whatever kind of move you have in mind, there are removals companies in Leatherhead that will do it well, but there’s one that will do it brilliantly – WH Cox & Son.
We are based 4 miles from Leatherhead
About Our Leatherhead Removal Services
We’ve been operating in Leatherhead and surrounding areas for over 40 years and our drivers/movers know the roads well so we’ll be well equipped to help you move efficiently. We want your move to be as calm as possible which is why we will come to see you and assess your situation to offer you a range of options to ensure you get the right price and the right attention.
We supply everything, the van, the staff (as many as you feel you need), the packaging materials and boxes and most importantly, peace of mind. If you need temporary storage for your items we also offer safe secure container storage.
A little about Leatherhead…
On the right bank of the River Mole, Leatherhead is a town that dates back to Anglo Saxon England. The local museum traces the history of the town from AD 880 and the Domesday Book of 1086 features Leret, referring to Leatherhead. Hawk’s Hill on the west side of the river is believes to be an old Saxon burial ground, to the delight of local historians.
It’s isn’t all ancient graves though, as the Running Horse pub dates as far back as 1403 and is one of the oldest buildings in Leatherhead by a stretch. Although it has been questioned by academics, Elizabeth I is said to have spent a night at the inn when the banks of the river flood and she, and her entourage, were unable to cross.
Today, the town has re-developed into a splendid market town, where period buildings are joined by supermarkets and shopping facilities. Since 2002 the town has received lots of attention and re-development, with council landscaping, water features and local amenities sprouting up everywhere.