Hampshire Removals

Hampshire Removals

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    Family Owned 
Established 1857

    Family Owned
    Established 1857

    British Association
of Removers

    British Association
    of Removers

    Member of The 
Armishaws Group

    Member of The
    Armishaws Group

    Our Removals Service Includes…  

    • Uniformed Crew
      Uniformed Crew
      Our trained crews are DBS checked and carry photo ID.
    • Mileage
      There are no hidden costs. All our quotes include mileage.
    • Goods in Transit Cover
      Goods in Transit Cover
      Restricted liability is provided as standard.*
    • Robe Cartons
      Robe Cartons
      Clothes travel in style in our robe cartons.
    • Covers & Blankets
      Covers & Blankets
      Slot-on, padded covers protect white goods and furniture.
    • Carbon Footprint Offsetting
      Carbon Footprint Offsetting
      To offset carbon emissions we’re planting 2,000 trees.
    • Used Box Recycling Service
      Used Box Recycling Service
      We’ll collect your flat boxes for recycling (or reuse).**
    • Recycled Materials
      Recycled Materials
      We use recycled/recyclable materials where possible.
    • Biodegradable Mattress Bags
      Biodegradable Mattress Bags
      Mattress bags are used once, then recycled.
    • Carpet Runners
      Carpet Runners
      Floor protection is available for both locations.**

    *Other options are available.
    **Fees may apply.

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    4 Quickfire Hampshire Facts

    1. WWII
      The iconic Spitfire was invented and produced in Hampshire. Barnes Wallace also carried out experiments in the county for his bouncing bomb which is the famous payload dropped by the heroic Dambusters mission. Hampshire was also the main massing and embarkation point ahead of the D-Day landings.
    2. Inventive
      Other notable Hampshire inventions include the umbrella (Jonas Hanway from Portsmouth saw women using parasols in Persia to protect them from the sun, and thought similar things could be done to avoid rain back in England) and the Fishfinger (America Clarence Birdseye came also trialled his new idea on the people of Southampton, they’re still arguably the greatest sandwich filling of all time!).
    3. Elementary!
      Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle wrote his first Sherlock Holmes mystery, A Study In Scarlot, while living in Hampshire. It’s said the character of Dr Watson was based on the president of Portsmouth’s literary and scientific society who was a friend of the authors.
    4. Sweet FA
      The sad tale of the real Fanny Adams is that of 9yr of Fanny who was brutally murdered and her body dismembered by solicitor’s clerk Frederick Baker in Alton. Around the same time, the Royal Navy had introduced new tinned rations which wits of the Navy soon noted could well be the poor girls missing remains. Other tins were considered to have virtually no meat at all. And ‘Sweet FA’ became part of the Navy’s colourful vernacular.

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    Population – At the time of the 2011 YouGov census, the population of Hampshire was 1,318,000.

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    Local Council – Find information, contact details and updates from Hampshire County Council.

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    Newspaper – “Read all about it!” Get local news online from Hampshire Live.

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    Schools – View the latest Hampshire schools Ofsted reports.

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    Weather – Be prepared for your moving day whatever the Hampshire weather forecast says.

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    Museum – Discover a little more about Hampshire history at the Hampshire Cultural Trust.

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    Early Days

    Over's Removals

    Neolithic settlers were the first to put down roots in what became the Kingdom of Gwent (not to be confused with the Welsh county of Gwent), they built villages and hill forts inland and on the coast. These peoples formed some of our earliest Celtic tribes who were so busy squabbling with their nearest Celtic neighbours, that they weren’t very organised when the Roman’s rocked up on the beaches of what is now Hampshire.

    Anglo-Saxon Era

    After the Roman’s finally left (what did they do for us?), the Saxons arrived and once again the Celtic Jute tribes were overrun. As the Saxons became firmly established, the merging of the Celts, Britons and Saxons saw the new Anglo-Saxon era began and the formation of the Kingdom of Wessex. Occupying most of the South of England (a country that didn’t even exist yet but was instead a collection of fractious kingdoms), Wessex was the home of the arguably the greatest British ruler of them all. Alfred the Great. It was certainly down to Alfred that the invading Vikings didn’t overrun England and King Alfred’s descendants whose base of power was in Winchester, continued to rule until the arrival of the William the Conqueror.

    11th Century

    The Norman’s were huge fans of Hampshire, in particular the New Forest which became something of a playground for hunting, fishing and falconry. The Normans were also big on building castles, to defend from both a Saxon uprising and also on the coast and guard against a French invasion. This started a trend that continued for hundreds of years and bigger and better fortifications were built to defend from the armies of French Kings, Spanish Queens, Napoleon, privateers and pirates. The forts were also used to watch for smugglers and as beacons for communication.

    20th Century

    During all this activity, Hampshire was established as the centre of England’s naval endeavours. From the Tudor kings through to the D-Day landings of WWII, Portsmouth and Southampton have remained two of the Navy’s most important and hardworking ports.

    It was at these ports that the bulk of the vessels and troops set out on route to Normandy for the D-Day landings. It was this event that changed the course of the Second World War and ended any hopes Nazi Germany had of invading England.

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    Historical Claims to Fame

    Hampshire’s sea-faring traditions and ingenuity have also helped in other ways, for instance, it was the good people in Hampshire that helped develop the UK’s first fish finger. Spitfire aircraft, hovercraft, the drydock (first created in 1495 to help repair ships), windsurfing (invented by Peter Chilvers in Hayling Island, 1958), the ‘air port’ (the term was first used at Woolston, Southampton for the terminal designed to take passengers on the flying boat service… ). The list is impressive.

    Not only is Hampshire the home of the Royal Navy, but Farnborough was the birthplace of the Royal Air Force. Yes, England has a lot to thank Hampshire for.

    • We know the traffic flow, best times of day to move and where to park.
    • Employing a local company means we spend less travelling time to your residence.
    • We offer overnight storage (or for as long as you require) at our nearby storage facilities.

    Secure Household Storage
    Are you a homeowner requiring long or short term household storage for furniture and personal effects for which you no longer have room? Do you need secure flexible household storage at short notice, with the minimum of fuss?

    With our multiple, large, secure purpose-built Hampshire storage facilities located in Aldershot, Farnborough and Petersfield, we can cater for all your storage needs. We can also arrange to collect and storage your belongings on your behalf. Please visit our Storage Service for further details.

    Why use Over’s for your storage needs?

    • Our household & commercial storage prices are cheaper than most other storage facilities in Hampshire and Surrey
    • Flexible storage – we can even deliver, collect and store your belongings for you
    • Friendly staff available on site: our experienced warehouse staff will be on hand to assist customers with packaging, loading and unloading.
    • Our facilities incorporate the latest sophisticated fire and security systems

    Of course, it’s not just the calibre of our personnel that matters. We are also proud of our modern fleet of specialised removal vehicles, lifting equipment, packaging and dedicated storage facilities to help us best cater to all your storage requirements.

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