Barry Removal Company Near Me

Barry is a town in the Vale of Glamorgan, on the North coast of the Bristol Channel and a mere 14 miles out of Cardiff, making this a very convenient place to live. In 1913 Barry had the largest coal port in the world, the Barry Docks, and this led to a rapid growth in population during the time. Barry is still a manufacturing town also allowing ships to sail to and from its port.

Barry has some very easily accessible transport buses traveling in and out daily between Llantwit Major, Penarth, Cardiff International Ariport and Cardiff City Centre. For those requiring travel for work, Barry is located a mere 3 miles from the Cardiff International Airport. An interesting fact to note about Barry is the amount of television series and movies that have been filmed there.

The much loved series Gavin and Stacey was set and partly filmed in Barry, the movie Submarine was filmed mainly in Barry, as well as the series Being Human in 2010, to name a few.

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Things to do in Barry

In the mood for a day out and some fun? Visitors and residents alike are spoilt for choice as they can choose between the beautiful, sandy beach of Whitmore Bay, the green walkways of Porthkerry Country Park or enjoy a thrill ride at the Barry Island Pleasure Park.

Fonmon Castle is also particularly worth the visit, as you stroll between the castle grounds with a hot coffee, or watch the kids have a blast at the Dinosaur trail for some amazing life like dinosaurs and trails. There is even a Mad Hatters Tea Party to attend while you are there.

For a delectable bite to eat and a lovely hot lunch, visit the Tynewydd Inn or the Highwaymann Inn for a catch up with the family. Dad can also enjoy a few rounds of golf at the Brynhill Golf Club or the Saint Andrews Major Golf Club. There is truly an endless list of things to do for both young and old in the town of Barry, making it well worth the visit.

Living in Barry and Education

Voted one of the most desirable places to live, it’s safe to say that moving to Barry is always a good idea. A stones throw from Cardiff, with its own local Tesco, Marks and Spencer and The Range, there is nothing that Barry does not offer its residents.

Not only is it a safe place to start and raise a family, but it also boasts some very fine schools. Barry has both primary and high schools on offer, all of which have been very highly rated by the government system. Both Oak Field Primary School and High Street Primary will ensure that your little one has the right start to their education. There are four high schools to choose from and those in need of further education can hop on a quick train to Cardiff and Vale College for their tertiary needs. The University of Swansea and South Wales is also not a far distance away and makes for a quick and easy commute for students who do not live on campus.

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