Ferndown Removal Company Near Me

Ferndown is a town found in Dorset just north of Bournemouth and Poole. There is a population of around 26,559 which makes it the second largest inland town in Dorset just after Dorchester. It is a picturesque area with a brilliant community feel.

Ferndown has excellent transport links via the M27, which takes you to other towns on the South Coast. The M3 takes you towards London, which you can be at in around 2 hours. The closest train station is in Bournemouth, which can get you to London Waterloo in just under 2 hours. It can also take you to other towns around the south.

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Things to do in Ferndown

There is plenty to do in Ferndown and is nearby areas. Holt Heath National Nature Reserve has two ancient woodlands within its 1000 acres. It is a perfect place for those who love bird spotting or being amongst nature. Not far away from Ferdown is Trehane Nursery which is where the first blueberry plantation was created in the UK. It sells a range of blueberry variants and is a great place to visit. Moors Valley County Park and Forest is 1000 acres large and has plenty to offer to visitors. Here you can find a Go Ape Tree Top Adventure, a pitch and putt and even play a 18 hole round of golf.

Most of Ferndown’s shops and restaurants can be found on Victoria Road and Ringwood Road. The Barrington Centre on Penny’s Walk is a fantastic leisure and community venue, which hosts various events, such as comedy nights, live concerts and even bingo. It has a 250-seater theatre, an onsite Café and bar which is a hot spot for locals.

Schools and Education in Ferndown

There are some fantastic schools in Ferndown and the surrounding areas. For primary schools there is Ferndown First School, Parley First School and Oakhurst Community First School, all of which are rated ‘Good’ by Oftsed. Hampreston Church of England Voluntary Aided First School is found in the nearby town of Wimborne and is rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. For secondary schools there is Ferndown Middle School, Ferndown Upper School and West Moors Middle School, all of which rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.

Ferndown is very close to both Bournemouth and Southampton, both of which have highly rated universities in them.

Looking to make the move to Ferndown

Local Suburbs Nearby:

  • Tricketts Close
  • Stapehill
  • Hampreston
  • West Parley
  • West Moors
  • Hurn

Cost of living in Ferndown

There are plenty of properties available in Ferndown whether you are looking for a one bed flat or a four-bed detached house, there is something for everyone. The average price of properties in the Ferndown area over the last year is £421,346. Most of these sales in the last year were for detached properties which sold for an average of £489,955. Flats sold for an average of £223,155 and semi-detached properties went for £321,468. Overall sell prices in Ferndown have increased by 12% since the previous year.