Removals Company in Sunbury (TW16)
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About WH Cox Sunbury Removals Services
If you’re moving into or out of Sunbury, then using WH Cox & Son for your move means that you get the benefit of our forty years-plus of experience. We know Sunbury – we’ve moved people in and out of it many times. Our moving teams are made up of energetic, experienced people who care about what they do. Our rates are competitive and extremely good value for money.
Well in advance, we’ll bring you boxes, tape and other packing materials to get things off to a great start. When the day of your move arrives, we’ll turn up punctually and in uniform, tackling the job with haste and aplomb. If you need them, you’ll find our storage facilities very handy for surplus possessions that don’t immediately go into your new property. So…no more looking for removals companies in Sunbury. You’ve found the one that counts.
We are based 6 miles from Sunbury
About Our Sunbury Removal Services
We’ve been operating in Sunbury 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.
Interestingly, during World War II, Oxshott was the location of Canadian Army engineers who were billeted on Oxshott Heath whilst they were charged with building the Cabinet War Rooms. However, the area is most famous for Oxshott Heath and Woods, a 200 acre area of common land which is home to a diverse wildlife. At the weekend, the woods are teeming with local residents, enjoying the rich fresh air.
A little about Sunbury…
Sunbury, also referred to as Sunbury-on-Thames, is an ancient settlement bordered by the River Thames to the South. The town dates back to the Bronze Age, according to historians who discovered funeral urns dating from 10th Century BC. In further historical insight, French Street is given its name due to the huge amount of Huguenot refuges who escaped Louis XIV’s purge in the 17th Century.
While Sunbury reeks of history through its Georgian buildings, mansions and the parish church, it also has a vibrant modern life. Designed in 1990, to mark the Millennium, the Sunbury Millennium Embroidery was opened to celebrate everything that is wonderful in Sunbury. And since 1932, London Irish Rugby Club have been located here. Meanwhile, along the eastern border is Kempton Park Racecourse, known as ‘London’s Racecourse’ by its admirers.