Bournemouth Removal Company Near Me

Bournemouth Removal Company has allocated moving teams near you for any type of localised or inter city move. Our small or mini mover service is affordable and suited for single to small load household goods across South England counties. As part of our moving service, we also offer full wrap & pack, selected packing, protective wrapping, dismantling + reassembling services with storage options available in most UK counties. Daily removals across South England, London and entire United kingdom are also provided as Part load Removal Services or also a Dedicated Truck removal service. We accommodate all size moves including offices, flats, semi-detached & small homes.

Bournemouth is a coastal town in Dorset located on the south coast of England. It is the largest town in Dorset and according to TripAdvisor’s Traveller’ Choice is the UK’s best beach in 2019, which it won for two years in a row. Bournemouth gets around 7.7 hours of sunshine on summer days which is much higher than the UK average.

Bournemouth has some fantastic transport links. The A338 takes you into Bournemouth, which comes down from Salisbury and Ringwood. The motorway near Bournemouth will take you into Pool and the nearby M27 can link you to Southampton. Southwest Trains operate trains from Waterloo going direct to Bournemouth, in around 2 hours. There are also trains that connect Bournemouth to other areas in Dorset and the South of England.

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Things to do in Bournemouth

Bournemouth has around 7 miles of sandy beaches, which offer up some beautiful walks and days out by the sea. It also offers some great water sports opportunities. Whether you want to paddleboard, Kayak or surf, there are plenty of hire shops dotted around and lessons available to take.

Bournemouth is home to some excellent attractions such as the Dorset Adventure Park, The Bournemouth Aquarium and Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum. Bournemouth town has a vibrant atmosphere, with some amazing restaurants, bars, and shops available. There are also cinemas, comedy clubs and theatres that can be visited, that put on some enjoyable shows.

For sport lovers there are multiple golf courses, gyms, and leisure centres Scattered around Bournemouth. Tennis courts and bowling lanes are also available to use. Often you will see people playing sport on the beach, including cricket and volleyball.

Schools and Education in Bournemouth

Bournemouth has 26 primary schools, 16 of which are rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. There are also 2 grammar schools and 10 secondary schools, so there are lots of options available. The best performing primaries in the Bournemouth include Mudeford Junior School, Queen’s Park Academy, Elm Academy, and Jewell Academy Bournemouth. All these schools have been given ‘Outstanding’ ratings by Ofsted.

Bournemouth is also a University town and is home to the well respected and well know Bournemouth University. They host a range of courses for students to choose from and is ranked highly compared to other Universities in the UK.

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Local Areas Nearby:

  • Branksome
  • Boscombe
  • Springbourne
  • Winton
  • Queen Park
  • Pokesdown
  • Westbourne
  • Ringwood
  • Bere Regis
  • Somerton
  • Milborne Port
  • Sherborne
  • Puddleton
  • Wareham
  • Ferndown

Local Areas Nearby:

  • Wimborne Minster
  • Corfe Mullen
  • Lytchett Matravers
  • Turlin Moor
  • Hamworthy
  • Upton
  • Ensbury Park
  • Northbourne
  • Bearwood
  • West Howe
  • Whitecliff
  • Branksome
  • Parkstone
  • Boscombe

Cost of living in Bournemouth

Like all large towns the price of property varies from one part to another. The average price of a property in Bournemouth is around £331,712 over the last year. During this time, the majority of the sales in Bournemouth were for detached properties, which sold for an average price of £448,922, whilst flats sold for around £225,603 and semi-detached went for around £314,611. Properties in Bournemouth had an overall average price of £331,712 over the last year. Prices increased by 16% since the previous year and are likely to continue to do so.